A caretaker pensively watching a set of teeth in a glass of water
«Marina» by Julia Roesler, Germany 2018

We very much appreciate to be invited by the «Spitex Region Lueg» and proudly present a fine selection of seven shorts in Rüegsauschachen!

Place:
Evangelisches Gemeinschaftswerk
Lützelflühstrasse 21
3415 Rüegsauschachen

Free entrance!

Host:
Gerhard Protschka, look&roll

Programme Part 1, 18.00h:

Picture: Three elderly persons looking helplessly at a computer screen

Digital Immigrants

A group of senior citizens is trying to find their place in the digital age. Their problem is ours: How long can we keep up with the development?  

Picture: A nurse walking down a long hospital floor

My Mother’s Last Days – And Some Of Her Clothes

In January 2020 Susanne Helmer finished this short film she had recorded in the hospital and at home, shortly before her mother died.  

Picture: Portrait of a smiling elderly woman with short blond hair showing her fingers

The Other Fab Four

In the mid-1960s, four teenagers from Liverpool were changing pop music. Mary, Sylvia, Pam and Val took very successfully off as «The Liverbirds».  

Apero 19-20h

Programme Part 2:

Picture: An empty suitcase surrounded by geometrically laid out clothes

Negative Space

«My dad taught me how to pack.» An animated film based on a poem by Ron Koertge.  

Picture: Portrait of y young woman

Marina

Marina leaves her family behind to earn money abroad by lookikng after elderly people in German households. A story on a specific form of migration.  

Picture: An elderly couple dancing outdoors next to their car.

Vivir Bailando

In rural Spain, where increasingly villages are left uninhabited, Cari (79) and Vicente (80) get a second chance at teenage love…  

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