INTERGENERATIONAL TRAUMA 165 min
Sat. 12.3., 17:00 (Historischer Saal)
Q&A moderated by Daniela Ingruber
with Ana Maria Vallejo (EL CANTO DE LAS MOSCAS III – NOCHE / SONG OF THE FLIES)
This program explores the nexus of governmental and interpersonal sources of trauma in a variety of geopolitical contexts. Indigenous, Iranian, African American, Chinese and Colombian filmmakers look at our present through the prism of our past. It is an exercise in human rights education, as the films cultivate an appreciation of diverse modes of expression and ways of being human. In the context of rising extremism, it is critical that we speak to the humanity of marginalised populations and share their stories.
IMPACTS OF INTERGENERATIONAL TRAUMA
Riki Salam & Amanda Lear, 2019, [country], 4 minutes
MENEATH: THE HIDDEN ISLAND OF ETHICS
Terril Calder, 2021, [country], 19 minutes
Kamari Bright, 2019, [country], 3 minutes
UP TO THE SEA, SHE WEAVES A DREAM
Maryam Khalilzadeh, 2021, [country], 9 minutes
The poetic story of a grandma, a mother, and a little girl whose lives are interwoven with the memories of their son, husband and father.
EL CANTO DE LAS MOSCAS III – NOCHE / SONG OF THE FLIES
Ana Maria Vallejo, 2021, [country], 15 minutes
Olivia Martin-McGuire, 2021, [country], 15 minutes