As one of five films, BEAT BEAT HEART is nominated or the Günter Rohrbach Filmpreis, which is worth 10.000 €. Next to this price for BEST FILM, there are more awards for BEST ACTRESS (5.000 €) and three other categories. The award ceremony will be on November 3rd in Neunkirchen, Germany.
BEAT BEAT HEART is going to be screened open air this summer!
On August 19th, the Achtung Berlin – new berlin film award will present the film together with Pompeij Open Air Cinema in BERLIN.
Whereas the BEAT will continue it’s tour in COLOGNE on August 29th, where the Film Festival Cologne is showing the Film in collaboration with Odonien.
BEAT BEAT HEART is part of the 26th Women’s Film Festival in Battleboro, USA. Every year in March, the Women’s Freedom Center has this Women’s Film Festival as a fundraiser. They are committed to only showing films by and about women to be a platform for those stories.
BEAT BEAT HEART will screen this sunday, March 19th, 8:00 pm at the New England Youth Theatre
BEAT BEAT HEART will be the opening film of the 13th achtung berlin – new berlin film award. We are so honoured to also be part of the official competition and are already looking forward to our Berlin premiere in April @Kino International Berlin!
>> April 27th 2017 <<< Save this date, folks! BEAT BEAT HEART is going to be released in cinemas this spring! Daredo / Darling Berlin is bringing it to cinemas in Germany – which ones and which cities will be announced soon!
Believing in true love with all her heart, Kerstin (Lana Cooper)has been actively waiting for her ex (Till Wonka) to come back for months now. She has made herself comfortable with sickly sweet daydreaming, when suddenly her mother, Charlotte (Saskia Vester), rings at her door, needing a place to stay. For mom has accidentally broken up with her common-law spouse and does not know where else to go now. Both women handle their yearning completely differently, when Kerstin‛s housemate (Christin Nichols) convinces Charlotte to start dating men, via app. So, mom brings different men to the house, while Kerstin‛s daydreams are consistently interrupted by the reality that love has become a hopeless place for modern age dreamers.
Review No.2... “BEAT BEAT HEART A Slamdance Pleaser”.
Thank you, Pamela Powell for the really nice interview and review!
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Come to our NEXT SCREENING: Tue – 24th – 3:45pm – Ballrom, Park City
“Beat Beat Heart” is an unusual love story focusing upon the heart and dreams of three different women. It’s engaging story filmed with gorgeous style draws you closer to the characters as you relate to them all in some way. Finding humor within our lives is the reality of this film while affirming .)our own life’s choices and the consequences.” (Pamela Powell)
Check out this one from SLUG Mag, but be aware:
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(Only read it from the top, if you have already seen our film. Otherwise you should scroll down!)
Happy new year and good news: The Slamdance Film Festival has released the screening dates for BEAT BEAT HEART. Order your tickets here: http://showcase.slamdance.com/Beat-Beat-Heart-Nonna)
“Lana Cooper, the cutest girl’s girl actress ever, deftly portrays a quirky-loner-dreamer coping with heartbreak following the loss of a perceived twin flame, all while surrounded by a claustrophobic circle of small town friends. This beautiful movie POVs her lonely bubble while the relationships in her small circle play out, including a dating app addicted roommate, a sexy mom with her own romantic coming of age saga, and a perfect couple whose relationship ultimately can’t be held to the fire. As she holds onto faith with childlike freedom in a world of unrealized magic, I’m on her side the whole way through. I wait and hope in a meditative pause, staring up at the sky for a stark blue answer to rain down, laying with her on the deliciously dangerous train tracks. Yearning to get out of the city yet living in beautiful open land, discovering a familiar set of problems: no matter where you go, there you are. All of us with creative and loving hearts that go on beating and beating, sometimes, in spite of themselves.
– Delila Vallot, Programmer”
Thank you for these lovely words!