BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 CALSCALE:GREGORIAN METHOD:PUBLISH BEGIN:VEVENT UID:1583635a2de9dd5a3d9 DTSTART:20170523T183000 DTEND:20170523T000000 DTSTAMP:20170523T183000 ORGANIZER;CN="Goethe-Institut":mailto: CREATED: DESCRIPTION:GOETHE FILMS: PEAK German Docs\r\nSeries co-presented by Hot Docs &\; POV\r\n\r\nNorth America's biggest documentary film festival Hot Docs brings hundreds of films to Canadian audiences each spring. The Goethe-Institut is adding a coda with selected German documentaries that have won the Goethe Documentary Prize @ DOK Leipzig Festival in recent years. A conversation about cultural specificity in documentary filmmaking and international vs. national festival programming.\r\nFORGET ME NOT (Germany\, 2013\, 88 min)\, directed by David Sieveking\, with Margarete Sieveking\, Malte Sieveking and David Sieveking\r\nToronto Premiere\r\nCo-presented by Rendezvous With Madness Film Festival\r\nSRG SSR Critics' Week Award Locarno 2012\r\n Special Jury Prize Documenta Madrid 2013\r\n Millenium Award Planete Doc Warsaw 2013\r\nIn FORGET ME NOT\, David Sieveking portrays the domestic care of his mother\, who\, like millions of others\, is suffering from Alzheimer’s. David’s parents were active in the student movement of the 1960s and led an “open relationship\,” which is now being tested in a dramatic way through the mother’s illness.\r\nThe changes taking place force the family to deal with its conflicts\, bringing them all closer together. With humour and candour\, David Sieveking’s family chronicle is characterized by unaffected participation and loving affection\, where the human being is at the centre of the story\, not the illness.\r\n“FORGET ME NOT is without doubt a very insightful\, respectful film. Sieveking does not exploit his mother’s slow decay\, but wants to set up a memorial and writes her a touching love letter-turned-film.” – Spiegel Online\r\n“FORGET ME NOT delivers a private story that resonates as a universal story of love\, loss\, rediscovery\, and family. It inspires and lifts up.” – KaramelKinema\r\nDavid Sieveking\, born in 1977\, studied Directing at the German Film and Television Academy Berlin (dffb) and worked as an editor\, 1st AD and actor for film and television. In 2003\, he participated in the Berlinale Talent Campus. A selection of his films include the shorts NACHDREH (2000)\, GANGSTA GUEST HOUSE (2002)\, DIE AMERIKANISCHE BOTSCHAFT (2003)\, MR. SINGH (2004\, an episode of the feature ASYLUM)\, and the docs SENEGALLEMAND (2007)\, DAVID WANTS TO FLY (2010)\, and FORGET ME NOT (2012).\r\nDetails\r\nLanguage: with English subtitles\r\nPrice: $10\, day-of sales only at the TIFF Bell Lightbox\, open at 10am\, in person or by phone +1 888 5998433\r\n\r\nAll GOETHE FILMS are open to audience 18+\r\nPart of the Goethe-Institut’s focus on German Film\r\nIn association with Germany @ Canada 2017\r\n Partners from Immigration to Innovation\r\n\r\n \; LAST-MODIFIED:20170523T183000 LOCATION:TIFF Bell Lightbox\n350 King St. W.\, Toronto SUMMARY:GOETHE FILMS: "FORGET ME NOT" by David Sieveking SEQUENCE:0 TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR