DAY AFTER DAY
GERMANY 10 MIN
A beautifully shot look behind the walls of a Bavarian monastery, Day After Day finds small human moments amidst the daily grind of a group of elderly women, who completely dedicate their life to religion.
SABINE THERESA EHRL
Grew up in a small Bavarian town. After graduating from school, she moved to the nearest biggest town, which was Munich, to get out of the narrow surrounding. In Munich she spent two years being part of film productions and she wrote and shot as much as possible herself. When Munich became too expensive, she went to Berlin to focuse further on her own productions. In 2010 she moved to Vienna to study Psychology, where she graduated in 2014 with honors. Since then she is studying directing at the renowned Film University Babelsberg Konrad Wolf in Potsdam.
- 59th DOK Leipzig, Germany 2016
- 27th Kinofest Lünen, Germany 2016
- 32nd Interfilm in Berlin, Germany 2016
The nuns in this monastery I’ve known for almost all my life. This little short is there to show my love to the old ladies. As there are today living 400 nuns in the monastery and around 40 nuns are dying a year, while around one to three woman choose to join, this place will be all gone in a couple of years.
Short Competition 2017