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As part of the Film Days, there will once again be a documentary Master Class, which this year will deal with working with archive material. On Friday morning, Nov. 3, 2017, the Swedish directors of “Citizen Schein”, Kersti Grunditz Brennan and Jannike Åhlund will hold the Master Class “Living History”. The two filmmakers will talk about their specific approach, and discuss the challenges of working with historical material.
The Master Class is held in cooperation with the Filmwerkstatt Kiel of the Hamburg Schleswig-Holstein film commission (FFHSH), the ver.di Film Union, and the German Trade Union Confederation (DGB / southeast Schleswig-Holstein region).
The Master Class is aimed at documentary filmmakers from Scandinavia, the Baltic states, and northern Germany, and will be conducted in English. The panel will be moderated by Dr Dagmar Brunow, film theory, Linnaeus University, Sweden.
Participation in the Master Class is free of charge, but registration by Oct. 27, 2017 is required. To register, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For 36 years, the trade unions based in Lübeck have awarded the documentary film prize at the Nordic Film Days Lübeck. “Citizen Schein” will be shown at the festival on Nov. 2, 3, and 4, 2017.
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