Der kleine Nazi
The Little Nazi
The Wölkel family wants to celebrate Christmas with Grandma, as they do every year – but there are some shocking surprises to be unwrapped at this traditional German Christmas party: Grandma Wölkel has revived the Nazi Christmas of her childhood. Maybe this shouldn‘t be such a major problem, but today of all days, the family is expecting an Israeli guest: and the last thing the Wölkel family wants is to be seen as Nazis. Only an unexpected coincidence helps the family to deny the truth.
Awards for ›Der kleine Nazi‹
Friedrich-Wilhelm-Murnau-Kurzfilmpreis 2011 | Best Short Film Award, Trieste Film Festival 2011 | Hauptpreis, Don Quijote-Preis der F.I.C.C. Jury, Molodist International Film Festival, Kiev 2010 | Hauptpreis, Preis der Ökumenischen Jury, Molodist International Film Festival, Kiev 2010 | ZDF-neo-Preis, Interfilm Festival Berlin 2010 | 1. Preis im deutschen Kurzfilmwettbewerb,
exground filmfestival Wiesbaden 2010
Petra Lüschow is a writer and script editor. She studied literature and the arts, followed by dramaturgy and scriptwriting at the Film and Television University »Konrad Wolf« in Potsdam. Since then, she has written numerous cinema and television films, including the script for the cinema adaptation of the novel Tannöd. Since 2005, she has also worked as a script editor and lecturer for scriptwriting at film schools in Berlin and Cologne. The Little Nazi is her first work as a director.