Dir: Philipp Hartmann
Mostra: Sessão de encerramento
98' . 2016 . Alemanha


Philipp Hartmann made a film, toured the German cinema scene with it and made that into a film too: an overview of an eclectic mix of cinemas all run by cinephiles. Shared love entails shared suffering: every Kino is under threat. Can something be a hobby if it’s your job? Can something be work if you love it so much? These are the questions a cinema owner asks himself out loud in this documentary. In 66 Kinos, enthusiastic staff members at a range of cinemas answer these rhetorical questions affirmatively.

Rating 12 years

Screening: november 22 at 21h


/ Production company

Philipp Hartmann
/ Producer

Philipp Hartmann
/ Script

Philipp Hartmann
/ Cinematography

Philipp Hartmann
/ Sound

Philipp Hartmann, Herbert Schwarze, Maya Connors
/ Editor

Philipp Hartmann
/ Sound designer

Johannes Kirschbaum
/ Music

Festivals and Awards

  • Viennale 2017
  • Festival de Roterdã 2017
  • Festival de Innsbruck 2017
  • Olhar de Cinema 2017


Philipp Hartmann

Born 1972 in Karsruhe, in Germany. Working as an independent filmmaker since 2000 and directed films such as Time goes by like a roaring lion (Special Mention in FICUNAM and Transcinema in Lima, 2013), Requiem for Mrs. H. (2007) and e.ice.t (2012). His films screened and awarded in several international festivals sush as CPH:DOX, Viennale, DocLisboa, FIDBA, Vancouver Film Festival, among others.