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In-Side-Out and Ginevra

Film still from GINEVRA. Close-up of a woman, in the background a face is projected on a screen.

Fri 17.06.

  • Director

    George Moorse

  • FRG / 1964
    16 min. / 16 mm

  • Original language



An early short film by George Moorse as a tribute to Gérard Vandenberg, who did the camera for it and for GINEVRA too.

  • Director

    Ingemo Engström

  • Germany / 1992
    142 min. / 35 mm / Original version with German subtitles

  • Original language

    German, French


“For me, GINEVRA is in many ways a sort of continuation of what I linked together thematically in NEUER ENGEL. WESTWÄRTS. To a certain extent, GINEVRA is centered upon an absent-present man of whom the leading actress at some point says. ‘he did something that no one else otherwise did. And for that, I love him’”. “The film’s actress Cécilia Linné is between two worlds, two men, two ideas. She cancels the ‘contract of society’ with its intertwining of love, work and money; but in also in this liberation, she is confronted with the two important male figures of her life.” (Engström) “This film is about the search for identity; of the struggle to bring the image of the woman into harmony with reality. The men that meet here correspond to the characters from the legend of King Arthur.” (Hans Schifferle).

Funded by:

  • Logo Minister of State for Culture and the Media