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The Strange Woman — Winter Journey to Flossenbürg (2015)

October 21, 2015
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Documentary, D 2015, DCP 2k flat, 77 Min.

THE STRANGE WOMAN – WINTER JOURNEY TO FLOSSENBÜRG is a documentary about a family of four generations in Flossenbürg, a village in the Upper Palatinate in Bavaria. The film shows in quiet observations the lives of the village residents and the coexistence of housewife and mother Kerstin and her daughter Lena. The past and dealing with it point to the future. The film tells the story of mania and depression, empathy and obedience, of marriage, loneliness and love.

Director: BETTINA BÜTTNER
Cinematography: FLORIAN HAAG, BETTINA BÜTTNER, EDUARD STÜRMER
Sound, Sound Design & Mixing: CORNELIA BÖHM
Editing & Color Grading: EDUARD STÜRMER

Producer: BETTINA BÜTTNER
Co-Producer: EDUARD STÜRMER
Production Company: BÜTTNER & STÜRMER, KARLSRUHE UNIVERSITY OF ARTS AND DESIGN (in co-operation with)

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SCREENINGS (Selection)
Academy of Fine Arts 2015, Nuremberg, Deutschland
Grenzland-Filmtage 2016, Selb, Germany
Crossing Europe Filmfestival 2016, Linz, Austria
Visions du Réel Doc Outlook International Market 2016, Nyon, Switzerland
Swedish International Film Festival, Sweden, 2016
Psyennale 2017, Vienna, Austria

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ТРУД (TRUD) — Labor | Effort | Work (work in progress)

November 26, 2014
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Documentary, (in development), DCP 2k flat, approx. 90 Min.

ТРУД (TRUD) — LABOR | EFFORT | WORK. A documentary about labor and migration, about the story of three generations: About my grandfather, who survived the Holodomor (Ukrainian: Голодомор, »extermination by hunger«) in the Ukraine and the labor army (Russian: трудармия, Trud Army) in Siberia. About my father and our life in Kazakhstan and our emigration to Germany.

Author & Director: EDUARD STÜRMER
Production Company: BÜTTNER & STÜRMER

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Blaha and Blossoms (2008)

April 9, 2014
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Documentary, D 2008, DV, 60 Min.

Stories along a border that no longer exists:
Libor Blaha, a Sudeten German, who had to leave his home country in 1987 to escape the communists; Antonin Hofmann, owner of the mountaintop Dylen that has transformed the remains of a former Czechoslovak radar station in a radio station for the border region; Justine Frank, 84-year-old landlady of the inn »Zum Irrgang«, in which former smuggler came and went; Miroslav Pazontka and Mathias Reisnecker, border police at the transition Mähring-Broumov.

Author & Director: CLAUDIA LEDER
Cinematography: SANDRA TRIERWEILER
Sound: EVA HARTMANN
Editing & Color Grading: EDUARD STÜRMER

Production Company: KARLSRUHE UNIVERSITY OF ARTS AND DESIGN

SCREENINGS (Selection)
Grenzland-Filmtage 2008, Selb, Germany
“100 Jahre Filmland Baden-Württemberg”, Germany, 2009

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