Cinema is not a lonely place

When lost persons and lost souls intertwine

They combine precise character study with consistent suspense cinema - and on yesterday's festival day, directors Martin Hawie and Laura Harwarth spoke at length about their impressive genre film ›The Future is a Lonely Place‹ at Stadthaus N1. ›The Employer and the Employee‹, the competition entry by Nahuel Nieto Zas, takes a similar tack, evolving into a menacing thriller. There was an opportunity for dialogue yesterday at both the Gloria and the Cineplex Planken, but those who still want to get an impression for themselves can catch up on the film in our stream.