Tuesday, 7th of February 2023
10:30 - 12:00
Sea cable str. 4
The digital space is constantly changing. New platforms, formats and trends are emerging every day. The initiators of Safer Internet Day have set themselves the goal of informing people about the opportunities, hurdles and dangers that need to be considered in this context.
To promote awareness of the topic of "Safer Internet," we have put together a program of short films for Safer Internet Day at
. The films are presented in a variety of formats.
The films shown in the program use the characteristics of the medium to look at and critically examine current phenomena on the Net in the area of tension between fake news, self-dramatization and safe spaces. They are ideally suited for exploring questions about the authenticity of images, the opportunities and difficulties of the viral spread of content on the net, or the boundaries of privacy and publicity in the classroom.
THE CENTRIFUGE BRAIN PROJECT
Germany 2011, 7 min., Director: Till Nowak, German, recommended from 12 years, FBW: especially valuable
WHO SAYS THAT? (DEICHKIND)
Germany 2019, 3:30 min, directed by Timo Schierhorn, UWE, German, recommended for ages 14+.
Finland 2018, 8 min, directed by Antti Heikki Pesonen, Finnish with German UT, recommended for ages 14+.
Canada 2020, 11 min, directed by Isaac King, no dialogue, recommended 12+.
CALL OF BEAUTY
Germany 2016, 9 min, director: Brenda Lien, German, recommended from 14 years, FBW: "besonders wertvoll".
Colombia 2020, 16 min, directed by José Arboleda, without dialogues, recommended from 12 years old.
More information about each film is available in the program flyer.