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Due to legal reasons this Film is called Breaking Bert
Date and Time: 26/05/2022 (21:30-23:30)
Location: Department of Audio & Visual Arts (Old Asylum)
Anne Isensee

How far does the self-determination of a cartoon character go? An animated „lehrstuck“ in black and white.

Anne Isensee

Anne Isensee is an animator and director of animated short films and music videos from Berlin.
She first studied a little Media and Sociology before she came to her senses and studied Animation at the Film University Babelsberg and EnsAD Paris. She was an intern at Balance Film AG Dresden, Hahn Film AG and Talking Animals in Berlin, where she worked on the Oscar-nominated animated documentary "Tracing Addai" (2018). Her short films "Megatrick" and "I Want" were shown at international festivals. Since 2020 she is studying at SVA New York as a Fulbright Scholar.

Director Statement
This film was originally inspired by a situation in which I knew what I had to do and yet failed to do it. Shortly after, I came across the poem by German playwright Bertolt Brecht called "Wer zu Hause bleibt" (Whosoever stays at home), which attacks the issues of responsibility and omission. You can apply that to a lot of contexts. Now, in 2020, the year of its release, the film has taken on a new dimension by being set in an apartment in a high-rise complex inspired by Chinese architecture, where a globally spread virus is said to have found its origin.


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