Portraits croisés 2018: the Premiere of the two short-docs set to take place at Munich’s dok.forum on May 4, 2018


Since 2008, an exchange programme called Portraits Croisés takes place between the HFF Munich and INIS Montréal. For the duration of a month, this programme enables two students of each film school to live in the partner country, with the task to shoot a short documentary film.
The two productions of the 2018 Portraits Croisés Bavière-Québec program will premiere at the Munich dok.forum, Friday May 4, 2018 at 8 pm in the HFF Audimax.

Free tickets can be reserved at https://www.eventbrite.de/e/portraits-croises-tickets-44976285280

Pierre-Yves Beaulieu, D/CDN, 17min
(Bavarian with german and english subtitles)
In the Alpine winter night, Saint-Nicholas comes accompanied by his monster-like companions, the Krampus. For centuries, the scary creatures have been in charge of disciplining children to ensure good behavior in the coming year. Is the Krampus good or bad?

Marina Hufnagel & Rina Zimmering, D/CDN, 20min
(French with english subtitles)
DONZELLE is 'pussy-core kitsch-hop, trilingual party rap' from Montréal. With almost hurting sincerity Roxanne Arsenault raps about life, love, men. The group plays with clichés and body consciousness. Obviously, they are having fun on stage.