Films Juni 2023


Documentary, Friday, 9.6.2023, 7.00 p.m.

Seven Winters in Teheran

Reyhaneh Jabbari was sentenced to death in 2007 for stabbing the perpetrator in self-defense during an attempted rape. Seven years later, the sentence was carried out. Steffi Niederzoll reconstructs the tragic case of the 19-year-old on the basis of video recordings, statements and memories of relatives and fellow prisoners,.

Documentary, Saturday, 10.6.2023, 3.30 p.m.

The Art of Living in Danger

Mina gradually reveals the tragic story of her grandmother and unravels the mystery of her mysterious death, which the family still refuses to talk about.

Documentary, Saturday, 10.6.2023, 6.00 p.m.

Where God Is Not (Jaii keh khoda nist)

Mehran Tamadon, who lives in exile in France, has been dealing with the power structures of the Iranian regime for many years: for “Where God Is Not” he recreated their former prison cells in Paris according to the instructions of former political prisoners.

Feature film, Sunday, 11.62023, 3:00 p .m.

Hit the Road (Jadde Khaki)

A resolute mother, a hyperactive six-year-old, a phlegmatic father with a cast on his leg and a dog drive in a rented car from Tehran towards the Kurdish mountains to see off the family’s eldest son as he flees across the border.

Feature film, Sunday, 11.6.2023, 7:15 p.m.

No Bears (Khers Nist)

A filmmaker – Panahi himself – wants to secretly coordinate a film shoot in Turkey from a Turkish-Iranian border village, despite government repression.

Documentary, Sunday, 11.6.2023, 5:00 p.m.

Chicheka Lullaby

When Ebrahim Monsefi, the “Bob Dylan of the Iranian South,” died 20 years ago in poverty and drug addiction, he left behind hundreds of lyrics and more than 200 songs, recorded only with a small tape recorder.