WAGNER, BAYREUTH UND DER REST DER WELT is not a biographical film about the composer, not a musicological analysis of his work, but a documentary film dedicated solely to the fascination of Wagner with a wink. Director Brüggemann shows the phenomenon of perhaps the most German myth through the eyes of Wagner fans all over the world ... (more)
If there is such a thing as a family memory that carries forward over the course of history, then it determines the actions of every generation. The director tells the story of the women in her family, set amongst Walchensee, hippie dreams and the commune surrounding Rainer Langhans.
At Dagmarsminde, nurse May Bjerre Eiby refuses to conform to conventional nursing home practices that tranquilize and disregard dementia patients. For 11 residents, their healthcare regimen includes hugs, laughter, animal visits, eye contact, and lots of champagne and cake. It Is Not Over Yet looks at a radically different way to treat dementia patients, shifting from medicine to care.