World Views

World Views

As the name suggests, the World Views series offers a broad selection of films from many different countries and cultures. The themes of the series are openness, understanding, tolerance and forms of dialogue that embrace diversity.

The programme is aimed especially at women with or without a migration background, but of course is also open to anyone who likes to watch quality films. The discussions that take place after the screenings – sometimes with guests – are often impassioned and lively but always based on mutual respect. Films for children are screened twice a year. Admission is free for all events.

These films – and more – were presented at World Views: Das Mädchen Wadjda (director: Haifaa Al Mansour), Almanya – Willkommen in Deutschland (director: Yasemin Samdereli), Hannas Reise (director: Julia von Heinz), Hier kommt Lola (director: Franziska Buch), Jackie – Wer braucht schon eine Mutter (director: Antoinette Beumer), Sternstunde ihres Lebens (director: Erica von Moeller), Mustang (director: Deniz Gamze Ergüven), Caramel/Sukkar banat (director: Nadine Labaki), In Search … (director: Beryl Magoko), Kommissar Gordon & Buffy (director: Linda Hambäck), Zwischen uns das Paradies | Na Putu (director: Jasmila Žbanić), Die perfekte Kandidatin (director: Haifaa Al Mansour).

The series was initiated by IFFF Dortmund+Köln and is carried out as part of the project »Betriebliches Mentoring für geflüchtete Frauen« (PerMenti) organised by Dortmunder Forums Frau und Wirtschaft e. V., and Gleichstellungsbüro der Stadt Dortmund.

With the kind support of Kino im U at Dortmunder UZentrum für Kunst und Kreativität, KOMM-AN NRW and Kulturbüro Dortmund.

Download: Programme Dortmund – September to December 2021

Contact:

Silke J. Räbiger
sjraebiger@frauenfilmfest.com

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