Who Owns My Village?
Wem gehört mein Dorf?
DIRECTED BY: Christoph Eder COUNTRY: Germany YEAR: 2021 SPOKEN LANGUAGE(S): German SUBTITLES: RUNNING TIME: 96 min
SECTION: Open Eyes 2021
Christoph Eder draws a personal portrait of the inhabitants of his home village on the Baltic Sea island of Rügen and describes the conflict between the interests of individuals and the common good in times of modern tourism.
Christoph Eder works as a director and author. In his films, he mainly deals with socio-political issues of our time. In addition to his work on documentaries, he is active in online and television productions. Among other things, he directs the satire format “Browser Ballet” (ARD/ZDF), which was awarded the Grimme Prize 2019. Eder’s short films have screened at national and international festivals and have won several awards. He studied media art at the Bauhaus University Weimar and directing at the Film University Babelsberg KONRAD WOLF. Together with four filmmakers, he founded the KAMMER11 film collective in 2013.
Mr. Wood (2015), Imbiss (2016), Streaming through Life (2017), Die Isolation der Oma Lilo (2020), Wem gehört mein Dorf? (2021)
SCRIPT: Christoph Eder PRODUCER: Marcel Lenz, Guido Schwab, Claritta Kratochwil CINEMATOGRAPHY: Domenik Schuster EDITOR: Patrick Richter SCORE: Anna Kühlein
PRODUCTION COMPANY: Ostlicht Filmproduktion (firstname.lastname@example.org) GERMAN DISTRIBUTOR: JIP Film & Verleih Gbr (email@example.com)