Wem gehört mein Dorf?

Who Owns My Village?

 
In his native village at the Baltic Sea the filmmaker Christoph Eder observes the residents waking up from their political lethargy to fight for the future of this touristic place. It’s a film about the core of democracy between the white resort architecture and the sea waves. Christoph Eder: "WHO OWNS MY VILLAGE tells about people with different political views and goals, who are presumably doing the right thing. It’s a film about the power of democracy.” (Filmuniversität Babelsberg KONRAD WOLF)

Architektur und Gesellschaft | Architecture and Society 2021
Christoph Eder
Germany 2021
color
96 minutes
German
OV with English subtitles

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Screenplay Christoph Eder
Cinematography Domenik Schuster
Editing Patrick Richter
Sound/Sounddesign Michael Holz, Ludwig Müller
Music Anna Kühlein
Producer(s) Marcel Lenz, Guido Schwab
Production
ostlicht filmproduktion, Filmuniversität Babelsberg KONRAD WOLF, rbb
World Sales
ostlicht filmproduktion
Austrian Premiere
World Premiere
Filmfestival Max Ophüls Preis 2021