House by the lake –

WITHOUT BORDERS 2016 – hurrah for our audience!

Let’s start with the numbers: with 1,600 participants we are delighted and proud that our festival drew in twice the amount of visitors compared to 2015. Thus, Film without Boarders hasdefinitely found its place in the Brandenburg cultural landscape. Alongside the regular programme we could also lengthen the ‘School cinema’ to two days. 150 youth and teachers from the Bad-Sarrow High School and the Europa-school Storkow were our guests in watching the film ‘Can’t be silent’, followed bya discussion with a media-educator.

The opening evening was particularly moving: to the applause of 290 guests, school children from refugee families presented silent films which, with the help of two film composers, they had added music to. Our film discussions were met with a great response, which initiated a lively dialogue between the public and the artists.


Filmworkshop with DASI Berlin

“Save the Children” and WITHOUT BORDERS Festival

Festival theme 2019: WE

Looking back 2018!

Actor Ronald Zehrfeld at Friday´s Matineé

Volker Schlöndorff talks with Wolfgang Kohlhaase

Workshop in Caritas accommodation Bad Saarow a great success

Charly Hübner, Ulrich Matthes, Cem Özdemir und Martina Zöllner als talk guests

Guest of honour 2018: screenwriter and filmmaker Wolfgang Kohlhaase

Summer workshop at the Bad Sarrow refugee home