Rabbit à la Berlin

  • Bartosz Konopka
  • Poland, Germany
  • 2009
  • 39'
  • Królik po berlińsku

For 28 years a rabbit colony lived a peaceful and uninterrupted existence in the safest part of Berlin – on no man’s land where the Wall was. They had plenty of grass, the people did not bother them, in fact, the soldiers from East Berlin looked after them. But one day, the Wall fell and the rabbits scattered around West Berlin.

Subtitles: EN

After the film, a panel will be held under the title: “30 Years After the Fall of the Berlin Wall: Walls in our Head”. Panel guests are Tihomir Cipek, PhD, book author Boris Perić, and historian Krešimir Zovak, while Hrvoje Klasić, PhD, will be moderating.

Bartosz Konopka

One of the most rewarded Polish directors of the younger generation. Graduated in film science from the Jagiellonian University in Kraków and earned a master’s degree from the Andrzej Wajda Master School of Film Directing.

Rabbit à la Berlin

Bartosz Konopka
Bartosz Konopka, Mateusz Romaszkan
Piotr Rosolowski
Mateusz Romaszkan
Heino Deckert, Anna Wydra
MS FILMS, Ma.ja.de. Filmproduktion, MDR, RBB, TVP, ARTE, Lichtpunt, YLE, VPRO

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