Faschingskurzfilmprogramm/Carnival Short Film Programme
Carnival short film programme for class levels 3, 4 and 5
During carnival time, the servant may dress as a king: the world’s order is turned upside down before a new year starts in spring. With our carnival short film programme we will look at the world from a new perspective.
Light’s out ... let’s roll!
Konrad-Adenauer-Straße 2, 70173 Stuttgart
U-Bahn, Bus: Haltestelle Charlottenplatz
Austria 2001, 5:55 Min.
Regie: Harald Hund, Paul Horn
A day in the life of the Meibergers.
Germany 2010, 2:50 Min.
Regie: Tinka Stock, Sébastien Wolf
A leopard meets a sloth that absolutely refuses to wake up.
Germany 2013, 2:52 Min.
Regie: Julia Ocker
One day the zebra ran against a tree and suddenly nothing is where it should be.
Netherlands 2011, 15:12 Min.
Regie: Mirjam de With
Mina loves Minnie Mouse. She puts her mouse ears on to the school every day. Her teacher and her mother want her to act normal and that she should dress the same as the other children. Will Mina succeed to be who she wants to be?
Germany 1997, 3:00 Min.,
Regie: Anna Henckel-Donnersmark
Dancing hands, flowing ornaments and a touch of Hollywood.
Germany 2017, 3:07 Min.
Regie: Oliver Rauch
A third grade of a primary school. The children can choose a game to play at the end of the lesson. Miriam, a cheeky girl, suggests the game “Chinese Whisper” and all the children are enthusiastic. Paul, a black boy, sits next to Miriam while she whispers something to Luise, who sits on her other side. Suspense and gloating increase at Paul’s expense.
Italy 1974, 2:50 Min.
Regie: Osvaldo Cavandoli
Probably the most famous line in animated film engages in a continual battle with its animator.
Sweden 2001, 9:59 Min.
Regie: Johannes Stjärne Nilsson, Ola Simonsson
Six burglars create music with furniture and household appliances.