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On Sunday, 11.15 . from 19:00 clock You’re invited to watch the 05 selected short films of the Greenmotions Filmfestival!

Short after, there will be an award ceremony – where the Short Film Competition Jury Prize of the 2015 Greenmotions Filmfestival will be revealed!

The Nominees are:

„Rettung für einen Macho“ (0:30 min, Silent Movie) by Georg von Mitzlaff:

A funny spot about alternatives to the car created by the Federal Ministry for Environment, Nature Conservation, and Nuclear Safety Building .

„100% in Bewegung“ (4:32 min, german) by Craig Morris in Zusammenarbeit mit Fesa e.V.
Young people will be much more affected by climate change as than those responsible for politics and business today, which, by their decisions, slow down a real shift away from coal and nuclear.

The film from a Freiburg filmmaker Craig Morris Video will motivate youngsters ( and young-at-heart adults ) to be active!

„Bloquejats Apilats“ (05:30 min, Silent Movie) by Marc Riba und Anna Solanas

We produce too much waste? A fun stop motion video delivers the Spanish answer to that!

„Less is more“, (05:37 min, german) by Maximilian Ottl

Your family got lost in the energy-saving jungle? But everything could still be easy! Because less is more. A film by employees of SAE Munich .

„Lucens, Switzerland“ (6:30 min, french with german subtitles) by Marcel Barelli

The first and last nuclear power plant in Switzerland. 100 % Swiss quality!

An animation of the filmmaker Marcel Barelli from Geneva .

„Off the grid“ ( 17:55 min, english with german subtitles) by Meghna Gupta
We accompany a young engineer on a remote island in the Bengal Gulf.

The film documents how solar energy changes the lives of women and children in poverty. The fathers and husbands had to move to bigger cities to provide for a better livelihood for their families. Women and children were left behind with solar energy to make life easier.

„Totes Land“ ( 29:58 min, german with english subtitles) Benjamin Pfohl

Where once were villages, today giant excavators plow through the biggest brown coal mining area in Europe. Although the demolition of her home town has long been decided, Charlotte (DANIELA SCHULZ) and her mother ( SASKIA VESTER ) remain as the last inhabitants in a ghost town. The young woman tried to persuade her mother to give up, but the fighting continued against the final relocation command, pushing her daughter into the arms of a charming negotiator (ANDRÉ M. HENNICKE). But when he used more drastic measures to drive the family out of their house, Charlotte changed her fronts.

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