Final spurt! The must-sees on the last festival weekend
© Thomas Goethe
Eventful days already lie behind the 27th JFBB, filled with beautiful encounters, enriching exchange and great film art. Now the festival is entering its final phase, with at least as many highlights in Berlin and Potsdam.
At the JFBB- Sommerfest SCHOCKEN - EIN DEUTSCHES LEBEN by Noemi Schory was first honoured by the JFBB documentary film jury with praising words as a rigorous, historically and visually rich exploration. The film will be screened again - with the director in attendance - on 21.08 at 5pm at Berlin's Delphi Lux.
The last Saturday of the festival has a few surprises in store, especially in Potsdam, which should not be missed: ON THE SPECTRUM will be screened at 5pm at the Thalia Programmkino, where director Thor Klein and producer Lena Vurma will present their film ADVENTURES OF A MATHEMATICIAN at 8pm.
The long-awaited short film series NOSH NOSH will also begin at Filmmuseum Potsdam with six German, Israeli and Turkish short films, followed by a discussion. Those who can't make it to the cinema in Potsdam can still watch the short film series on Sunday at 8 pm in the City Kino Wedding.
The 27th JFBB will also serve up a real treat at the festival's crowning finale on Sunday: The workshop discussion in the course of HINTER DIE KULISSEN with Yehonatan Indursky in W.M. Blumenthal-Akadamie of the Jewish Museum at 5:30 p.m. is just one of the closing highlights, along with a final screening of LIEBER THOMAS (Andreas Kleinert), which was highly praised by the feature film jury, at 5 p.m. in Filmmuseum Potsdam.
Find here the complete programme and further info.