On day 3 Hall F will become the official movie hall of 33C3. From 6pm until about midnight we will show three films. While Zero Days and Traceroute have been official submissions to the 33C3 programme, “61 Tage” is a self organized session that will be shown independently by one of the people who made it.
18:00 Zero Days (116 min) EN
A documentary by oscar winning Alex Gibney (Taxi to hell, Going Clear) about digital warfare by the USA with the help of Stuxnet and others.
20:00 61 Tage (25 min + Q&A) – DE
What if WE had to flee? Who could we trust? Who would help us? A seminar project of the 11th grade of Firstwaldgymnasium Mössingen. Nominated for the youth film prize Baden-Württemberg for best film, best
camera, best script and best ensemble.
After a nuclear catastrophe the two siblings Sophie and Emma are forced to flee. Fully on their own they make the long trip to Belorus to meet their father. 61 days full of fear, loss and pain.
We will show the film (25min) and afterwards offer the possibility of asking questions and talking about the film. Together and with one of the people who made it.
21:00 Traceroute (120 min + Q&A)
Artist and life-long nerd Johannes Grenzfurthner is taking us on a personal road trip from the West Coast to the East Coast of the USA, to introduce us to places and people that shaped and inspired his art and politics.
Traceroute wants to chase and question the ghosts of nerddom’s past, present and future. An exhilarating tour de farce into the guts of trauma, obsession and cognitive capitalism.
After the film Johannes Grenzfurthner will be answering questions.
23:30h National Bird
NATIONAL BIRD follows the dramatic journey of three whistleblowers who are determined to break the silence around one of the most controversial current affairs issues of our time: the secret U.S. drone war. At the center of the film are three U.S. military veterans. Plagued by guilt over participating in the killing of faceless people in foreign countries, they decide to speak out publicly, despite the possible consequences.
Their stories take dramatic turns, leading one of the protagonists to Afghanistan where she learns about a horrendous incident. But her journey also gives hope for peace and redemption. National Bird gives rare insight into the U.S. drone program through the eyes of veterans and survivors, connecting their stories as never seen before in a documentary. Its images haunt the audience and bring a faraway issue close to home.
There is an opportunity to ask questions after the film. The movie will be released in theaters in Germany on May 18, 2017.