With three more films, the HoF Rendezvous is making a name for itself in the regular program of the world’s smallest cinema, the Lodderbast in Hanover. On 19 May, the winner of the German Cinema New Talent Award for Best Film, Max Gleschinski, came with one of his leading actors Bernhard Conrad, producer Torsten Wichner and production design assistant Julia Wissing to the Lodderbast cinema to present his “MeckPommNoir” thriller KAHLSCHLAG.
And a month later, things continued with a double pack. On 25 June 2019, Tom Fröhlich came to Hanover to discuss his documentary film INK OF YAM about a tattoo studio in Jerusalem with the local audience. And on the hottest day of the year, 26 June 2019, things got really heated up at the Lodderbast with GOOD GIRL GONE BAD and director Petra Lüschow.
Together with our hosts Johannes and Wiebke Thomsen, we enjoyed long discussions with a great audience and craft beer. Now that’s what cinema is all about!