Important issues deserve a lot of attention! Especially when it comes to child abuse and cybergrooming. We successfully achieved this with the online cinema premiere of the psychological thriller "An Uncertain Border". According to the latest statistics, over 1,500 viewers attended the event, which was broadcast live from the Alten Kino in Ebersberg on 25 May 2021, Missing Children's Day. Afterwards, there was a live discussion with director Isabella Sandri and young actress Anna Malfatti who joined the event from Italy. Sandri spent two years researching with the Roman police for the film and was extensively advised by the children's rights organisation Save the Children.
On Missing Children's Day, 25 May 2021, the gripping feature film "An Uncertain Border" celebrates its online premiere! Special feature: the live stream from 7pm via premiere.wfilm.de is free of charge and without registration! Viewers can support the film distributor via a donation button during the online cinema launch.
Due to the pandemic, the cinema release of the climate documentary "NOW" will be postponed once again until 22 July 2021. Although some cinemas in individual federal states or districts will probably be able to reopen in May and June, the overall situation is unfortunately still too unstable for a successful nationwide cinema release. We hope for your understanding and look forward to a restart in the cinemas with you and Jim Rakete's ultimate documentary for the longed-for green transition!
W-film presents three exciting VoD releases in the online shop for Spring 2021! In the warm-hearted documentary "Our Europe: Encounters in Five Countries", director Robert Krieg embarks on an intercultural research trip across our continent. Things get a bit more heated in director Xu Hongjie's documentary "On the Rim of the Sky", where two teachers struggle for cultural supremacy in the Chinese mountain village of Gulu. In his documentary "Sean Scully: Art Comes From Need", director Hans Andreas Guttner accompanies the Irish star artist Sean Scully in his inspiring creative process and takes the pulse of the joy of painting.
The cinema documentary "The Fever: The Fight Against Malaria" celebrated its successful online cinema premiere on Sunday, 25 April on World Malaria Day with more than 1,500 viewers! As of today, the film is available as a stream exclusively in the W-film online cinema via http://thefever.wfilm.de/en. A good cause: Locked cinemas that co-promote the online launch will receive a share of the revenue from W-film! As soon as the lockdown ends, "The Fever" will also be shown in cinemas nationwide.