REGELN AM BAND, BEI HOHER GESCHWINDIGKEIT
Germany, 2020 / 92 min / German OV / Documentary
A multi-layered documentary about escalating capitalism and the working conditions in Germany’s largest slaughterhouse.
A small town in Western Germany is the last stop for 26,000 pigs per day and a brief home for masses of Eastern European temporary workers. The workers of the country's largest pig slaughterhouse are fighting against degrading working conditions, supported by activists fighting for their rights. At the same time, Munich high school students are rehearsing Bertolt Brecht’s play "Saint Joan of the Stockyards", trying to grasp the old text and German capitalism of our days. Interwoven with the young people's examination and interpretation of the play, the film deals in various fragments with conditions and facets of temporary work and labour migration in Germany.
The school screening on 08/03 at 9:00 AM unfortunately had to be cancelled.
|Fri||05/03||09:00||Kinepolis Kirchberg||DE OV | FREE||Public||https://luxfilmfestfilms.megatix.be/en/HO00003281|
- Best Documentary, Filmfestival Max Ophüls Preis, 2020 (Germany)
- Megaherz Student Award, DOK.fest München, 2020 (Germany)
Yulia Lokshina was born in 1986 in Moscow. In 2011 she started studying documentary filmmaking at the University of Television and Film Munich where she directed two short documentaries, After War (2017) and Days of Youth (2018). In parallel, she worked on audiovisual projects at the interface between film and science at the University of Bonn’s Forum Internationale Wissenschaft, as well as on lectures and publications on documentary works. Her graduation film Regeln am Band, bei hoher Geschwindigkeit (2020) received the Best Documentary Award at the Max Ophüls Preis film festival as well as the Megaherz Student Award at DOK.fest Munich.
- 2020 – Regeln am Band, bei hoher Geschwindigkeit (documentary )
- 2017 – After War (documentary short)
- 2016 – Tage der Jugend (documentary short)
- 2014 – Run, don’t walk (documentary short)