New screenings of “Land in Sight” in summer

11th-13th of August in Werkstattkino in Munich
18th of September in MIZ Bergen
23th of September in Kunsthaus Güstrow
24th of September in Kamp Theater Bad Doberan
26th of September in Kino im Waldhorn

Here you can find more information.

International premiere of HABIB RHAPSODY!!

We are very happy that our feature film HABIB RHAPSODY (directed by Michael Baumann) will be shown in the category SPECTRUM at the 17th Shanghai International Film Festival (14th – 22th of June 2014).

More about the film you can find here.

HABIB RHAPSODY in German cinemas

Our anticipation is rising…Only a few days left until our feature film HABIB RHAPSODY hits the theatres.

In movie theatres from June 5th.

We hope to see all of you at the cinema!

INDI FILM productions screened at film festivals in May!

We are happy to announce that our documentary LAND IN SIGHT has been selected for the program of the 29th Documentary Film Festival Munich in the section DOK.deutsch.

Screenings will be held on…

Thursday,?8th of May 2014, 5.30pm – City 3
Saturday,? 10th of May 2014, 8.30pm?- Gasteig Vortragssaal?
Tuesday,?13th of May 2014 ,09.30pm – ?City 3?

HABIB RHAPSODY and A HELLS ANGEL AMONG BROTHERS will be shown in the program of the 6th Neisse Filmfestival.

HABIB RHAPSODY (competition)
Friday, 9th of May 2014, 10pm – Filmtheater, Ebersbach
Saturday, 10th of May 2014, 11am – Kronenkino, Zittau

A HELLS ANGEL AMONG BROTHERS
Friday, 9th of May 2014, 10pm – Kunstbauerkino 2, Grohedo
Saturday, 10th of May 2014, 5.30pm – Wächterhaus, Zittau

New trailer for “Habib Rhapsody”

Visit “Habib Rhapsody” on facebook:
www.facebook.com/willkommenbeihabib

Broadcast of “Being Kosher” on SWR

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Tomorrow, the INDI FILM production BEING KOSHER will be broadcasted on SWR at 23:30h. The documentary by Ruth Olshan a tragicomic exploration of Jewish purity laws. From kosher food to ritual hygiene, sex by the book to the “not quite kosher” Jewish identity and family history of the filmmaker Ruth Olshan herself – a documentary journey into the author’s eastern European roots and contemporary Jewish life in Germany.

“A Hells Angel Among Brothers” and “Habib Rhapsody” at the Film Festival Max Ophüls Prize in Saarbrücken

INDI FILM is presenting two productions at the Film Festival Max Ophüls Prize in Saarbrücken this week. The recently completed documentary film “A Hells Angel Among Brothers” (written & directed by Marcel Wehn) is in the documentary film competition, our feature film “Habib Rhapsody” (directed by Michael Baumann) in the Spektrum section.

Here are all the screening times in the week of the festival from January, 20.-26. 2014:

A HELLS ANGEL AMONG BROTHERS
Wed, 22.01., 19:30 CineStar 2
Thurs, 23.01., 15:30 Filmhaus
Sat, 25.01., 15:30 CineStar 4

HABIB RHAPSODY
Fri, 24.01 um 22:30, CineStar 3
Sat, 25.01 um 14:30, CineStar 1

Click here to see the entire programme (unfortunately only in German language)

“Land in Sight” in German cinemas from 23rd January onwards

The INDI FILM production Land in Sight will be in German cinemas from 23rd of January onwards. For screening dates and news about the film please visit our Facebook page of the film.

„The Seduction Artists“ honored as the best documentation at Filmschau Baden-Württemberg

Foto: F. von zur Gathen

We proudly announce that “The Seduction Artists” by Johanna Bentz is honored as the best documentary at Filmschau Baden-Württemberg 2013.
“The Seduction Artists” follows several members of the pick-up-scene in Germany and portrays their personal development. In the same time, the film highlights the movement on the basis of the largest pick-up company in Germany.

„Land in Sight“ wins „documentary film award of Goethe-Institut”


„Land in Sight“ wins „documentary film award of Goethe-Institut” at 56th International Leipzig Festival for Documentary and Animated Film.

Jury statement:

„In the current discussions about migration to Europe, this film shows, in an empathic way, the every-day problems, with which refugees are confronted in Germany.The film succeeds, with its subtle humour, by taking a closer look and always being at eye level with the protagonists, in presenting a multi-faceted panorama of natives and migrants living together in a small German town. With their persistence and a great deal of empathy, the female directors push their way through right to the core of German bureaucracy, thus breaking well-established clichés that are prevail in the Brandenburg province. Further discussions about this subject will be made possible by the decision to purchase the film and sub-title it in at least seven languages for screenings in the 150 Goethe Institutes all over the world.