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Heiner Uebbing

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Heiner Uebbing originally hails from rural Lower Saxony and is based in Leipzig. His passion for film dates back to his teenage years, when he started attending film festivals, writing and corresponding about his experiences. You can probably spot him in one of Leipzig’s OmU/OV screenings in the front rows.

Parasite: South Korea’s first Palme winner hits Leipzig

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Parasite Cast
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Parasite by Bong Joon-Ho will open this year’s Filmkunstmesse and its first Kinotage Leipzig. Find out if the film holds up to the hype and what we think of this year’s family class struggle Palme d’Or winner in the official Leipzig Glocal review.

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Polyloid 2019: film festival for Leipzig East

in Culture / Entertainment/Film festival/Movies
Pöge Haus. (Photo: Esther Hoyer)
Pöge Haus. (Photo: Esther Hoyer)

Leipzig East Film Festival: Polyloid 2019 starts this weekend with all showtimes on Leipglo

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Vox Lux: provocation pop star

in Movies/Music/Reviews
Vox Lux cover shot
Photo by StockSnap on Pixabay

Watch as the sole survivor of a school mass shooting goes viral on YouTube and rises to pop stardom, singing songs written by Sia.

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High Life: surviving humanity’s last frontier

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High Life film
©2018 ALCATRAZ FILMS – PANDORA FILM PRODUKTION

What would you do if you found out you were stuck on a one-way trip in outer space?

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Panorama and Monos, South American critics’ darling

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Panorama favorite Monos
"Monos" film screenshot, YouTube. © Alejandro Landes

Alejandro Landes’s new fever-dream film, “Monos,” has critics raving about its deft mix of “Lord of the Flies,” “Apocalypse Now” and contemporary socio-political climate.

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The body remembers when the world broke open

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The Body Remembers
Photo by DAVIDCOHEN, public domain

“The Body Remembers is a critical, insightful portrayal of the reality young indigenous women of color in Canada face today. The film excels at telling this disturbing story with fresh insights and a perspective often lacking in popular culture.”

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