Girl-Hearted, Germany, 2017, 37 mins

Dir. Anne Scheschonk

Thursday 17th May 2018 @ Hackney Attic 21:00

Director's Bio

Anne Scheschonk, studied Media Sciences and Cultural Anthropology with focus on Visual Anthropology. She worked as an editorial assistant and set manager for TV productions. In 2011 she finished the Professional Media Master Class (PMMC) for documentary film in Halle/ Germany. Today, she works a freelance author and filmmaker. Her films focus on sensitive portraits of individuals that ask questions about identity and relevant issues of our times: inclusion, equal rights, transphobia. 

FILMOGRAPHY 
2017 MÄDCHENSEELE *GIRL – HEARTED 
2011 SOMMERWALDWISPERN *A SUMMER FOREST’S WHISPER 

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Girl Hearted

It's quite plain to 7 year old Nori: She is a girl, because she has a girl's heart. But her body is that of a boy. It becomes clear to mum Josephin that she will have to break new ground to see her daughter grow up happily. Girl Hearted shows a young but headstrong Nori and her mother's conflict of enabling her daughter a life worth living out of the norm.