"The German Film Office is pleased to present Lisa Miller’s award-winning film Country Noise as part of its monthly German Movie Nights series. The film will be available to viewers across the United States.
Country Noise tells the story of two women searching for identity in a rural setting that is facing increasing challenges from an ever more complex world. A mix of documentary footage and amateur actors speaking in their own vernacular helps recreate an authentic village within a fictional story that both reflects and subverts conventional narrative patterns as well as elements of popular theater and Heimatfilm.
Country Noise was produced independently with the support of a crowdfunding campaign and local sponsors. In 2018, the film won Best Feature Film and Best Screenplay as well as the Ecumenical Jury Prize at the Max Ophüls Preis film festival.
Dir. Lisa Miller
With Kathi Wolf, Nadine Sauter, Heidi Walcher, Karl Fischer, Volkram Zschiesche, Rupert Markthaler
102 minutes" - Goethe
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Villa Auora present a virtual panel discussion featuring women directors from Germany working on both sides of the pond.
Online > VATMH YouTube
Amy Sherald positions her subjects as ‘symbolic tools that shift perceptions of who we are as Americans, while transforming the walls of museum galleries and the canon of art history – American art history, to be more specific.’
Hauser & Wirth DTLA