Winter Hunt

 

Philadelphia Premiere
Date: Sunday, November 4, 2018
Time: 7 PM
Location: Ambler Theater

Director: Astrid Schult
Genre: Narrative Feature
Country: Germany
Year: 2017
Running Time: 1 hr 18 min
Language: In German with English subtitles

General Admission: $15
Seniors: $13
Students: $7 (*for our rules and regulations on Student tickets, click HERE)

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Lena (Carolyn Genzkow), a young woman bent on revenge, knocks on the front door of an isolated German estate where an elderly ex-Nazi guard and his daughter reside.

Both Anselm (Michael Degen, Hannah Arendt) and Maria (Elisabeth Degen, AiméŽe & Jaguar) deny Anselm’s involvement in what happened to Lena’s grandmother in Auschwitz — and they stick to their story, even as Lena holds them both at gunpoint insisting on the truth. While Lena appears a cool and composed assassin, Anselm appears, at best, a befuddled old man, and his daughter, his meek devotee. However, it soon becomes clear that no one is who they seem as the three engage in a delicate dance of manipulation, doubt, and blame. As the evening lingers on, morals and convictions are tested in this taut psychological thriller exploring a generational legacy of violence, truth in memory, and the fine line between the hunter and the hunted.

Anchored by powerhouse performances, WINTER HUNT is filled with shocking revelations that will keep you on the edge of your seat.

Special Guests: Ann Weiss, Founder and Director of Eyes from the Ashes Educational Foundation

Trailer:

For Fans of:

  • German cinema
  • Hitchcockian thrillers
  • Revenge films
  • WWII thrillers

Official Selection:

  • Atlanta Jewish Film Festival
  • Boca Raton Jewish Film Festival
  • Boston Jewish Film Festival
  • Miami Jewish Film Festival
  • San Francisco Jewish Film Festival
  • Toronto Jewish Film Festival

MUSTARD SEED
Screening with Winter Hunt

Philadelphia Premiere
Directed by Lina Roessler| Narrative Short | Canada/Germany | 2017 | 8 min | German with English subtitles

An elderly man remembers his final moments with his family before they were taken by the Nazis in this raw, exquisitely filmed tragedy.

Official Selection:

  • Atlanta Jewish Film Festival