As part of the HUMAN/NATURE project, five selected film teams have explored the tense relationship between humans and nature. Between April and August 2022, five artistic documentaries of around 15 minutes each were made in Münsterland, which the filmclub Münster will present on Short Film Day 2022 at the Westfälischer Kunstverein.
KOMPOST SEIN (D 2022 24 min. | R: Severin Halder | K: Tobias Jall)
WIR TIERE (D 2022 13 min | R: Angelika Herta | K: Filip Jacobson)
THE CHILDREN'S GAME (D 2022 15 min. | Director: Tianlin Xu | Producer: Elí Roland Sachs)
WHAT THE WATER WHISPERED (D 2022 16 Min | R: Atiruj Jerddeesakul, Daniel Pineda, Elikem Ayeke, Jane Lagos Salazar | K: Atiruj Jerddeesakul, Elikem Ayeke | B: Daniel Pineda, Jane Lagos Salazar, Jorge Hidalgo)
More information about the films.
The Filmclub Münster is the oldest film club still in existence in Germany. It was founded in June 1948 in the vicinity of the Westfälische-Wilhelms-Universität to promote cultural film and to create a counterweight to commercial film. Supported by the Filmwerkstatt Münster, the Münstersche Filmtheater-Betrieben, the Westfälischer Kunstverein and Burg Hülshoff - Center for Literature, and funded by the Ministerium für Kultur und Wissenschaft des Landes NRW, the filmclub münster regularly organises thematic film series presented at the Schloßtheater cinema and other venues.
The clubkarte is free for members of the Westfälischer Kunstverein.
Admission to the screenings costs a reduced rate of €5 with the filmclub card. Advance booking usually starts on Tuesday of the previous week.