Theatre Screening - Stattkino Lucerne from 24. May
After theatre screenings in Bern, Basel and Zurich, Carlos Klein's documentary "Where the Condors Fly" is going to be screened at Stattkino Lucerne together with its 'sujet' - Victor Kossakovsky's latest film "Vivan las Antipodas".
Friday, 24. May at 8.15 pm, Where the Condors Fly
Saturday, 25. May at 8.15 pm, Where the Condors Fly
Sunday, 26. May at 8.15 pm, Vivan las Antipodas
Monday, 27. May at 8.15 pm, Where the Condors Fly
Tuesday, 28. May at 8.15 pm, Vivan las Antipodas
Wednesday, 29. May at 8.15 pm, Where the Condors Fly
DOK.fest Munich 2013 - German Festival Premiere
We are glad to announce the first festival screening of "Where the Condors Fly" in Germany. Carlos Klein's documentary takes a break on his worldwide festival journey and is going to be screened at DOK.fest Munich (9.-15.5.) as German Premiere in the section DOK.panorama:
12. May 2013 at 9 pm, Film Museum
15. May 2013 at 5 pm, Film Museum
EDOC Ecuador 2013 - Festival Premiere in Ecuador
After several festival screenings in Chile and Mexico, "Where the Condors Fly" (span. title "Donde vuelan los cóndores") is going to be presented in Ecuador. EDOC Festival - Encuentros documentales - has programmed the film in their Panorama Section. Director Carlos Klein himself is going to introduce his film.
12. May at 9 pm, Incine
14. May at 9 pm, Cinema Ocho y Media
17. May at 7 pm, Incine
ChampContrechamp 2013 - Festival-Screening in Lasalle
The Film Festival of Lasalle ChampContrechamp that programs only creative documentaries is going to show "Where the Condors Fly". Carlos Kleins Metareflection about filmmaking participates for its second time at a French documentary film festival.
9. May at 4 pm, Filature in Lasalle
Ambulante 2013 - Festival Screenings in Mexico
"Where the Condors Fly" (span. title Donde vuelan los condores) is still touring through Mexico with Ambulante Film Festival (8.2.-9.5.), in the section "Cine sobre Cine" (Cinema in Films). The documentary of Chilean director Carlos Klein celebrated its Mexican festival premiere in Mexico D.F in February and was presented in different cultural institutions of Mexico D.F., among others in the Goethe-Institute. In March, April and now May, the documentary film festival tours to twelve other Mexican cities - the Condors in its luggage.
Screening in May:
4. May at 8 pm, Teatro Juarez, Oaxaca Mexico
Screenings in April:
11. April at 7 pm, Centro Cultural Vito Alessio Robles en Saltillo, Coahuila
12. April at 4 pm, Cineteca Jalisco. Instituto Cultural Cabañas en Guadalajara, Jalisco
22. April at 7 pm, Museo casa natal de Morelos, Morelia,Michoacán
In presence of director Carlos Klein:
23. April at 6.30 pm, Teatro Rubén Romero in Morelia, Michoacàn
24. April at 8 pm, Teatro Rubén Romero in Morelia, Michoacàn
Screenings in March:
5. March at 7pm at Capilla del Arte, Puebla
Screenings in February:
12. February at 7.30 pm, Casa del Lago
15. February at 6.00 pm Centro de Cultura Digital Estela de Luz
17. February at 12.00 am Centro Cultural Universitario UNAM
17. February at 6.00 pm Centro Cultural Universitario UNAM
18. February at 7.30 pm CCC (Centro de Capacitacion Cinematografica)
19. February at 8.00 pm Instituto Goethe
Festival de Màlaga 2013 - Spanish Festival Premiere
The Festival de Màlaga (20.-27.4) with focus on hispanophone cinema includes "Where the Condors Fly" (span. tile Dónde vuelan los cóndores) in its official selection. Carlos Kleins movie about filmmaking takes part in competition in the section "Documentaries".
TDF 2013 - Greek Festival Premiere
In Greece, the Thessaloniki Documentary Festival is going to take place from 15. - 24. March and has included "Where the Condors Fly" in its section "Portraits".
SIFF 2013 - Bulgarian Festival Premiere
The Sofia International Film Festival (7. - 17.3.) has chosen Carlos Kleins Where the Condors Fly for International Competition. Together with ten other documentaries it competes for the Millenium Award for Best Documentary.
Theatrical release in Switzerland and Germany
"Where the Condors Fly" is coming soon. The documentary by Carlos Klein celebrates its cinema premiere in Switzerland and in Germany at the same time and starts its theatrical release from 3. February. The cinemas playing "Where the Condors Fly" are planning to screen the film together with Victor Kossakovsky's work "Long live the Antipodes!".
PROJECTIONS IN SWISS THEATRES
Cinema Xenix, Zürich:
Sunday, 21. April at 12 am, Zurich Cinema Premiere. A film discussion with producer Vadim Jendreyko will follow the screening.
Kino im Kunstmuseum, Bern:
Sunday, 3. February at 11 am, SWISS CINEMA PREMIERE "Where the Condors Fly"
Thursday, 7. February at 6.30 pm SWISS CINEMA PREMIERE "Long live the Antipodes!"
Wednesday, 13. February at 6.30 pm, "Where the Condors Fly"
Sunday, 17. February at 6.30 pm, "Long live the Antipodes!"
Wednesday, 20. February at 6.30 pm, "Where the Condors Fly"
Tuesday, 26. February at 6.30 pm, "Where the Condors Fly"
Friday, 15. February at 8 pm, "Where the Condors Fly"
Thursday, 21. February at 6.30 pm, "Where the Condors Fly"
Friday, 22. February at 5.30 pm, "Long live the Antipodes!"
Saturday, 23. February at 3.15 pm, "Where the Condors Fly"
Wednesday, 27. February at 6.30 Uhr, "Whre the Condors Fly"
Thursday, 28. February at 9 pm, "Long live the Antipodes!"
PROJECTIONS IN GERMAN THEATRES
Atelier am Bollwerk, Stuttgart GERMAN CINEMA PREMIERE
Sunday, 3. February at 11.30 am with film discussion with producer moderated by Herbert Spaich (SWR2)
Kommunales Kino "Im Alten Wiehrebahnhof", Freiburg
Monday, 4. February at 8 pm, feature Freiburger Fenster. Film discussion with producer
Thursday, 7. February at 7.30 pm "Where the Condors Fly" and at 9.30 pm "Long live the Antipodes!"
Sunday, 10. February at 5.30 pm "Long live the Antipodes!" and at 7.30 pm "Where the Condors Fly"
Subiaco Cinema in the Monastery, Alpirsbach
Friday, 22. February at 8pm, "Where the Condors Fly", Film discussion with producer
Monday, 25. February at 8pm, "Where the Condors Fly"
Tuesday, 26. February at 8pm, "Where the Condors Fly"
Further projection dates are following.
Press materialial about "Where the Condors Fly" and "Long live the antipodes!"
Festival Screening at Solothurn (Soleure)
After its world premiere at Visions du Reel 2012 "Where the Condors Fly" participates again at a Swiss film festival. The cinematographic reflection about 'filming Fitzcarraldo' Victor Kossakovsky and (documentary-) filmmaking is programmed at Solothurner Filmtage.
Cine // B_5 and Cineteca Nacional - Screenings in Santiago de Chile
Being awarded at its last festival screening in Chile, the documentary "Where the Condors Fly" (Span. title: "Donde vuelan los Cóndores") is coming back to the country's capital and native city of director Carlos Klein.
Screening dates in Santiago de Chile:
14th of Decembre at 7.30 pm, Cineteca Nacional, Pre-premiere at 3rd Festival Cineteca Nacional
IDFA 2012 - Festival premiere in the Netherlands
"Where the Condors Fly" is invited to participate at the International Documentary Film Festival IDFA 2012 in Amsterdam (14.-25.11.). The festival committee has selected Carlos Klein's reflection about possibilities and limitations of film making for the section "Reflecting Images: Panorama" that presents thought-provoking films.
RIDM 2012 - Festival premiere in Canada
The documentary "Where the Condors Fly" of Carlos Klein continues its festival career on the American continent and will be presented for the first time in Canada. It has been chosen for the program of this year's RIDM Rencontres Internationales du Documentaire de Montréal (7.-18.11.).
Awards for "Where the Condors Fly" at FICValdivia
Carlos Klein's documentary "Where the Condors Fly" (spanish title: "Donde vuelan los cóndores") celebrates a very succesful second festival screening in Chile. It wins two awards at the International Film Festival FICValdivia:
"Best Film" in section "Chilean Cinema" ("Mejor Pelicula" Competencia "Cine chileno")
Audience Award VTR (Premio VTR del público)
FICValdivia 2012 and premiere at TIDF 2012 in Taiwan
After celebrating its Chilean premiere in June 2012 "Where the Condors Fly" has been screened a second time in the country of origin of director Carlos Klein. The film participated in the competitive section "Chilean Documentary Feature" of FICValdivia International Film Festival.
Following to Chile "Where the Condors Fly" continues its festival career in Asia and is going to celebrate its Taiwanese premiere at TIDF Taiwan International Documentary Festival by the end of Octobre.
Message to Man 2012 - First screening in Russia
At the same time as being shown in Lithuania and South Korea, Carlos Klein's documentary celebrates its Russian premiere in St. Petersburg at International Film Festival Message to Man (22. - 29.9.2012). Victor Kossakovsky, protagonist and born in St. Petersburg is going to introduce "Where the Condors Fly" to the Russian audience in a Special Screening.
VDFF and DMZDocs 2012 - Premiere in Lithuania and South Korea
"Where the Condors Fly" is going to be the opening film of 9. Vilnius Documentary Film Festival (20. - 30.9.2012) and will celebrate by this means its Lithuanian premiere.
At 12th Korean International Documentary Film Festival DMZDocs (21. - 27.9.2012) in Paju Bookcity, Gyenggi-do, "Where the Condors Fly" will be screened for the first time in South Korea. Carlos Kleins film is going to be presented in the section "Art Links" that is dedicated to documentaries broaching the issue of artists and their creative work.
Etats Généraux du Film Documentaire 2012
The documentary festival Etats Généraux du Film Documentaire (19.-25.8.12) in Lussas has chosen "Where the Condors Fly" for this year's program and will screen the film for its first time in France. The festival shows the film in a double screening together with Victor Kossakovsky's work "Long live the Antipodes".
Dokufest Prizren 2012 - International Premiere
Following FIDOCS "Where the Condors Fly" travelled to the Balkans to celebrate its International Premiere at Dokufest (7.7. -15.7.2012), Prizren in Kosovo. Carlos Klein's reflection about cinematography was screened in the International Competition. A double screening with "Vivan las Antipodas!" by Victor Kossakovsky allowed filmmakers and spectators to discuss questions about (documentary) filmmaking.
FIDOCS 2012 - Chilean Premiere
The 16th Festival Internacional de Documentales de Santiago (26.6. - 2.7.) screened "Where the Condors Fly" in the Latinamerican Competition. We were particularly happy about this participation as FIDOCS is considered to be the most important festival for documentary in Chile. A very suitable scene for the film's premiere in the country of origin of director Carlos Klein.
Visions du Réel 2012 - Worldpremiere and Special Mention
The documentary "Where the Condors Fly" celebrated its opening night at the International Film Festival Visions du Réel in Nyon. The second feature documentary by Carlos Klein had been chosen by the renowned Swiss Film Festival to participate in the International Competition. At the award ceremony on 27th April 2012 it was awarded a Special Mention by the Cinéma Swiss Jury which commends it as "humorous, daring, moving, original documentary".
"For reflecting on the art of filmmaking and creation - not only through mind and brain, but rather also through physical force, instinct and intuition; for celebrating life and its wonder the jury decided to give this film a special commendation." (Cinéma Swiss Jury, Visions du Réel 2012)