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Wednesday . May 2 (Kinosaal/Cinema)
8 pm / 20 Uhr

UN MILAGRO BASTANTE PROBABLE /
QUITE A POSSIBLE MIRACLE

Directors: Hugo Serra & Daniel San Román
Documentary, Color, 41 min.
Spain 2011
Spanish with English subtitles

Eight years after they began, two filmmakers completed their documentary, which tells the unexpected story of a risky and realistic film venture. Shevernatze is a kind of cinematic miracle, but with a great ending. And its documentary is a sales tool for keeping the film alive.

Nach acht Jahren beendeten zwei Filmemacher ihre Dokumentation, die die unerwartete Geschichte über ein riskantes und realistisches Filmprojekt erzählt. Shevernatze ist eine Art filmisches Wunder, jedoch mit einem großartigen Ende. Und seine Dokumentation ist ein Verkaufsinstrument, um den Film am Leben zu erhalten.

MOTTOES

"I may not make it if I try, but I damn sure won´t if I don´t..."
Oscar Brown Jr.

"Mankind will either find a way or make one."
C.P. Snow

"Whatever you do..., be cool!"
Joseph Louis Turner

"Yes, I can...!"
Sammy Davis Jr.

"Yes, We can...!"
Barack Obama

 

Prof. Donald Muldrow Griffith

US Embassy Berlin

euromight

wave magazine

united against racism

tulipphoto

African Women in Europe

 
 
Fountainhead® Tanz Theatre
The Collegium - Forum & Television Program
Fountainhead® Distribution - Film & Anthologies
Classic In Black
Portraits and Poems

 

A COMPLEXION CHANGE
Transnational and Intercultural Diplomacy

"View to the Future - The Flag still flies"

XXVII.
Black International Cinema Berlin

May 2-6, 2012

Black International Cinema Berlin
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PROGRAM SCHEDULE
FESTIVAL IMPRESSIONS
INTERNATIONAL
PRESS VOICES
FILM AWARDS
HISTORY
Workshop for
Puppet Theatre, Berlin
"FOOTPRINTS IN THE SAND?" - Exhibition
"FOOTPRINTS IN THE SAND?" - Photo Gallery
Footprints in the Sand?
an exploration - excavation
Poetry by Ursula Troche
PAR - Performing Arts Review
Taiwan 2008 / Portrait of
Prof. Donald Muldrow Griffith