KIPPAH

Oskar is popular at his new school. But after his classmates find out that he is Jewish, he is threatened and bullied brutally. While the headmaster ignores his parents’ pleas, Oskar has to find his own ways of coping with the humiliation. Based on true events



  • Film School: Hamburg Media School

  • Duration: 25 Min.

Also in this Program:
MY PLANET
KANOCKATONANOK
DISTANCE
CLIMATE CLIPS: APOCALYPSE AIRLINES
CLIMATE CLIPS: MY GRANDMA
CLIMATE CLIPS: THE BEAUTY

tags: Family, Society, Violence, Politics, Feature Film

Cast: Riccardo Campione, Samy Abdel Fattah, Dominik Ganser, Susann Uplegger, Frank Auerbach

Credits

Screenplay: Lukas Nathrath

Director of Photography: Leonard Lokai

Film Editor: Silke Olthoff

Composer: Tim Schwerdter

Production Designer: Saskia Stolze

Sound: Rolf Manzei

Sound design: test test

Animation: test test

Make-up artist: test test

Showrunner: test test

Casting director: test test

Producer: Henriette Ahrens, test test

Executive producer: test test

Director: Lukas Nathrath

biography

Lukas Nathrath has acted in German film and television productions since he was a teenager. His bachelor’s degree is in North American studies, with an emphasis on American film. The short film A HAPPY DAY, which marked his directorial debut, got him accepted to the Hamburg Media School. Nathrath’s second-semester short film MORALE was selected for the Next Generation Program of German Films for the 2018 Cannes Film Festival; additionally, it was shown at various festivals worldwide.

Screenings

Wednesday, 11/20/2019, 5:00 PM (73 Min.)
Filmmuseum
Friday, 11/22/2019, 10:00 PM (73 Min.)
Filmmuseum