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Line 881

Line 881

At first glance Dormagen is a perfect, green and pastoral town just a short distance from the big city. Its residents opened the gates of the city with love to the stream of refugees that filled Germany, but the warm welcome carries with it a hidden fear from the future.
On one bus line that crosses the entire city one can witness a social microcosm. From refugees, who have just arrived to adult Germans, all are destined to travel in this metal pipeline that forces intimacy on its inhabitants. Through the stories of the passengers on this bus line, the story of Germany post the wave of immigration unfolds.

Festivals and Awards:

Docaviv, Tel-Aviv Israel, 2018

Director: Ron Goldin

Producer: Christopher Albrodt, Cedric Engels

Production Company: Beit Berl College Faculty Of Arts – Film Dept

Cinematographer: Yotam Eytan

Editor: Hadar Waksman

Soundtrack Editor: Raz Ezra

Original Soundtrack: Raz Ezra & Alon Glesinger

Supporter(s): The New Fund for Cinema and Television

Musicians: Gili Rivkin – violin & viola Abigail Arad – Cello Yochai Cohen – oud & percussion Tom Elbz - bass

Colourist: Sergey (Sergio) Bazrukoff

Visual Effects: Shahar Levy, Alon Bar Karako, Ori Burg

Script: Ron Goldin

Distributor: Beit Berl College Faculty Of Arts – Film Dept

Subtitles: Hebrew, English

Film Name in Hebrew: קו 881

At first glance Dormagen is a perfect, green and pastoral town just a short distance from the big city. Its residents opened the gates of the city with love to the stream of refugees that filled Germany, but the warm welcome carries with it a hidden fear from the future.
On one bus line that crosses the entire city one can witness a social microcosm. From refugees, who have just arrived to adult Germans, all are destined to travel in this metal pipeline that forces intimacy on its inhabitants. Through the stories of the passengers on this bus line, the story of Germany post the wave of immigration unfolds.

Festivals and Awards:

Docaviv, Tel-Aviv Israel, 2018

 
Line 881

Director: Ron Goldin

Producer: Christopher Albrodt, Cedric Engels

Production Company: Beit Berl College Faculty Of Arts – Film Dept

Cinematographer: Yotam Eytan

Editor: Hadar Waksman

Soundtrack Editor: Raz Ezra

Original Soundtrack: Raz Ezra & Alon Glesinger

Supporter(s): The New Fund for Cinema and Television

Musicians: Gili Rivkin – violin & viola Abigail Arad – Cello Yochai Cohen – oud & percussion Tom Elbz - bass

Colourist: Sergey (Sergio) Bazrukoff

Visual Effects: Shahar Levy, Alon Bar Karako, Ori Burg

Script: Ron Goldin

Distributor: Beit Berl College Faculty Of Arts – Film Dept

Subtitles: Hebrew, English

Film Name in Hebrew: קו 881

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