9-11.8 Lakeside Film Festival

KannibalFest will proudly present a slection of the best of the Films we got in the last 4 years!

Lakeside Film Festival Vol.6 | August 9th-11th 2019

The Lakeside Film Festival is an open air cinema festival held by a remote lake in the woods outside of Berlin.

The weekend festival consists of three large outdoor cinema stages screening a selection of the latest film festival titles, plus cult classics, psychedelic horrors, stoner comedies, documentaries, and short films.

During the day enjoy a program of live music from great local Berlin bands.

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  1. Sound looms. Mexico- 3Min
    Dir. Mariana Rivera & Josue Vergara
    Guerrero is one of those states that keep the textile tradition alive and in its communities it is common to see women and girls working with the cotton and looms that their ancestors used and left for generations to come.
    These customs inspired the doctoral research “Thread and cloth militants: collective tapestries, visual representations and narratives on social conflicts” by the teacher in Visual Anthropology, Mariana Rivera, work from which the audiovisual material entitled “Sound looms” emerges.
  2. Un árbol. Mexico- 17min
    Dir. Joaquin Arcadio
    Arcadio and Camila are two old people who live in a village in the north of Veracruz.
    They met sixty years ago, and have been together ever since.
  3. Mexico Recyclers. Mexico / Germany 3min
    Dir. Nikki Schuster
    Creatures come to life in Mexico ́s hideouts
  4. Wagon 21. Brazil- 12min
    Dir. Gustavo Pera
    Maura is a woman, mother of 7 children and a reclaimer of recyclable materials in the largest city in Latin America.
    While she works hard to maintain herself, she has to deal with prejudice, invisibility and the ignorance of those who do not recognize the value and important role of the taster.
  5. The happiest man. Colombia. 1:30Min
    Dir. Mariana Gil
    Animation / Documentary
    A sound and visual experimentation, that portrays the feelings of the victims of the Colombian conflict.
  6. Tierra Mojada. Colombia- 17min
    Dir. Juan Sebastián Mesa
    Oscar and his family live in a humble, countryside house threatened by a massive hydroelectric project.
    In the face of uncertainty and sorrow at being forced to leave the ground where they were born, his grandparents decide to end it all.
  7. Pintado. Brazil – 5min
    Dir. Gustavo McNair
  8. We are all here. Brazil- 19min
    Dir. Chico Santos & Rafael Mellini
  9. Jitter Room. France – 12min
    Fiction Experimental

    Dir. Lissa Chabert & Ruby my Dear
  10. 11010. Brazil- 1:30
    Dir. Gabriela Monnerat y Rodrigo Amim
    Ada and Evon live in a town being abandoned. A scenario dominated by artificialities, exchanged by virtual environments. It’s love? Is it a binary code?
  11. Goldfish. UK- 10 min
    Dir. Ksenia Kulakova
    Aggie finally plucks up the courage to confess her love for Jamie and goes to the end of term party full of hope (and a little MDMA).
    Overwhelmed with vibrancy, emotion and eventually heartbreak, she leaves the party and is comforted by Dave the talking fish on her way home.