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by Dorentina Imeri, fiction, 12’00”, 2022 (Bachelorfilm)
o.v. Albanese, Swiss-German, German - sub. Eng., sub. German
An albanian family struggles to stay afloat and integrate in Switzerland. In the process, the learning disabilities of the youngest family member put the family to an additional test. Her parents lack the time and money to support her in school. The older sister, who is still a child herself, takes on the responsibility and puts her needs in the background.he open-plan office again.
by Valentin Räber, fiction, 8’00”, 2022 (Bacherlorfilm)
o.v. Swiss-German - sub. Eng., sub. German
Employment office, job search, love life. Love life, job search, employment office.
A young man finds himself caught in a loop. Yet he wants nothing more than to be left alone. But this is not accepted by society.
by Lena Imboden, fiction, 19'00”, 2022 (Bacherlorfilm)
o.v German - sub. German, sub. French, sub. Eng.
Alina is pottering in a dark room. Mia appears and invites her to play a game. Unsuspectingly, Alina plays along. Suddenly she is standing in front of barren tables. Dim light. A glass box. Paul is sitting at a desk inside. Attracted by this view, Alina enters the box. She is blinded by spotlights. Paul is now playing tennis in the glass box. Mia shows herself again. The game is not finished. Alina dives deeper into her memories. She stands in the open-plan office again. Paul presses her. Alina looks closely for the first time and has to confront what she has repressed.
by Lara Jacobs, fiction, 9’50”, 2022 (Bachelorfilm)
Lira is running late for an important event. But when she tries to leave her apartment, things won’t stop distracting her. What starts as the simple joy of getting lost in the moment, quickly turns into a far more compulsive behaviour: A struggle against time, a battle against herself. Played out against the music of the opera that she actually should be attending.