At the end of World War II, Jimmy Picard, a Native American Blackfoot who fought in France, is admitted to Topeka Military Hospital. Jimmy suffers from dizzy spells, temporary blindness, hearing loss and withdrawal. In the absence of any physiological causes, he is diagnosed as schizophrenic. Nevertheless, the hospital management decides to seek the opinion of Georges Devereux, a French anthropologist, psychoanalyst and specialist in Native American culture. Inspired by a true story, Jimmy P. is adapted from Devereux’s seminal book Reality and Dream.
Honeyland Medena zemja
Tamara Kotevska, Ljubomir Stefanov
Monday, 10. 08. 2020 / 21:00 / Main Hall
Hatidze lives in the mountains of North Macedonia, making a living cultivating honey using ancient beekeeping traditions. One day an unruly family moves in next door …
The Golden Glove Der goldene Handschuh
Tuesday, 11. 08. 2020 / 21:00 / Main Hall
From acclaimed filmmaker Fatih Akin (Head-On, The Edge of Heaven, In The Fade) comes a gruesome tale of notorious German serial killer Fritz Honka who haunted Hamburg’s red light
district in the 1970s.
The Great Dictator The Great Dictator
Tuesday, 11. 08. 2020 / 21:00 / Congress Square
A barber wounded during the First World War returns home after 20 years within hospital walls. His shop has grown full of cobwebs and dust, but it is the hateful graffiti on his shop window that takes him totally by surprise. Hynkel, the tyrannical dictator, and his henchmen persecute the barber, as well as the rest of the Jewish community, including the beautiful Hannah… A visionary satire that marked history, just as history itself left its mark on the film.