Autumn 2018: The Hambacher Forest becomes the vast stage of the climate debate in Germany. In the middle of this chaos, film student Steffen Meyn dies in an accident. On basis of the film material he had gathered for over two years, FORGET-MEYN-NOT paints a broad picture of the occupation of the forest and the political, economical, and societal forces that drag at ‘Hambi’.
After her father’s death, Christina, as the new CEO of the family-run company Hagen, wants to do everything right in their prestigious agrarian technology business – despite complex challenges.
Then she suddenly finds out that she has an illegitimate sister, Hannah, who grew up under poor circumstances in Greece. Against the family’s resistance, Christina decides to incorporate Hannah into the company – which threatens to turn the company’s and the ambivalent family’s structure upside down.
Katie and Frank are leading a happy life until the day that Frank starts withdrawing from all of his social contacts and duties, mentally moving to an entirely different place. Yet Katie remains sure of his love for her. In trying to understand him and to open up a way back into society for him, she realises just how many people “drop out of their lives” from one moment to another. When the rumour of an epidemic spreads, Katie has to commit to Frank anew so the two of them can have a future together.
3000 SCOOPS OF ICE CREAM
Anxious Paul (10) wants to prevent his departed neighbour Mrs. Lotte (80) from an anonymous funeral. During his adventurous journey, not only he learns to say good bye but also finds the courage to face life.
THEY CALL YOU BUT THEY DON`T LOVE YOU
The brilliant lawyer Has Marquardt is suspected to suffer from dementia. He loses his job. Soon, in his fight to be of use to society again, the righteous man no longer hesitates to take drastic action…SIE RUFEN, ABER SIE LIEBEN DICH NICHT is an immoral fable about old age.
WHERE I COME FROM
Laura embarks on a trip to seaside together with her father – to the exact same place that her mother tragically died five years previously. Laura wants to find out, whether her father has shouldered any of blame. But how much would she able to forgive him?