Short film in competition
Grand Jury Prize - International Short Film
Festival international du court métrage de Clermont-Ferrand - 2020
Filmfest Dresden International Short Film Festival - 2020
German Currents Film Festival of Los Angeles - 2019
Next Generation Short Tiger Cannes - German Films - 2019
Two young German Muslims live together. They observe the culture, the church, the dating, the relationships and each other. One thinks pragmatically, the other romantically. The film follows the paths of the young women and how they creatively find their way being religious and modern at the same time.
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Direction & Screenplay
Felix Herrmann was born in 1988 in Munich. From 2009 to 2013, he studied History and Iranian Studies in Berlin. Since 2013, he has been studying Documentary Directing at the University of Television and Film Munich (HFF). In 2017/2018, he spent an exchange year at the École nationale supérieure Louis Lumière in Paris. His films as a director include Junge Römer (2014), Rough Diamonds (2015), which was nominated for the German Short Film Award, Les Sauvages (2018) and The Ink Doesn't Dry (Die Tinte Trocknet Nicht, 2019).
Die Tinte trocknet nicht
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