Fucking Different (2005)
Jörg Andreas (segment "Der andere Planet")
Michael Brynntrup (segment "Blue Box Blues")
Eva Bröckerhoff (segment "Motorcycle Love")
Jürgen Brüning (segment "Martina")
Martina Minette Dreier (segment "Geile Sau")
Juana Dubiel (segment "Motorcycle Love")
Undine Frömming (segment "Schwule Elfen")
Isabella Gresser (segment "Calling An Ocean")
Ebo Hill (segment "In Betweens")
Hollyandgolly (segment "Who Is Afraid Of?")
Heidi Kull (segment "Geile Sau")
Marcus Ludwig (segment "Der Hammer")
Peter Oehl (segment "Der Hammer")
Nathalie Percillier (segment "Pracht")
Kristian Petersen (segment "Mit Herz")
Michael Stock (segment "Sternenstaub verloren ...")
Waltraud Weiland (segment "Melancholy Rose")
Ades Zabel (segment "Die Fahrradbotin")
Jörg Andreas segment "Der andere Planet"
Martina Minette Dreier segment "Geile Sau"
Heidi Kull segment "Geile Sau"
Marcus Ludwig segment "Der Hammer"
Peter Oehl segment "Der Hammer"
Nathalie Percillier segment "Pracht"
Kristian Petersen segment "Mit Herz"
Michael Stock segment "Sternenstaub verloren ..."
Waltraud Weiland segment "Melancholy Rose"
Ades Zabel segment "Die Fahrradbotin"
Running time: 90
min Country: Germany
Starring: Bridge Markland,
Susanne Sachße, Birgit Ullmann, Pauline Marteau, Julia Hotel, Charlie Romeo,
Rainer Baumann, Daniel Cilento, Christian Himmelspach, Georg Keim, Daniel Maes,
Jochen Roemer, Hendrik Scheider, Marcel Schlutt, Patrick Schuckmann, Heiko
Schuster, Pedro Sobisch, Dieter Spies, Kitty Kitsch, Sarah Elmer, Ades Zabel,
Stefan Kuschner, Stephan Heske, Bob Schneider, Malte Beckmann, Joachim von Hin,
Hrafnkell, Till Schneider, Martina Minette Dreier, Katharina Lattermann, Engin
Simsek, Thomas W
Panorama section of the Berlin International
Film Festival, which unspools February 10
-20, has long been supportive of gay and
lesbian cinema and, informally over the
years, has made great efforts to bring
together gay and lesbian filmmakers and
festival programmers from around the world.
This year, the Panorama will feature an
unusal omnibus film, the brainchild of
Kristian Petersen, who asked 15 queer
filmmakers in Berlin to contribute a short
film about their idea of gay or lesbian love
The twist: gay men were given the task of
making a short film about lesbian sexuality
and eroticism, and lesbians were asked to
explore the sexuality of gay men.
The result is Fucking Different!, 15 short
films, each between 3 and 7 minutes, shot on
MiniDV and spanning disparate genres and
forms, but all primarily concerned with the
pinpointing, questioning and deconstruction
of cliches cliches which, in spite of the
ostensible proximity of gays and lesbians
during the past ten years, appear to persist
to a shocking extent in the minds of many in
the opposite group.
Fucking Different! is being sold at the
Berlinale by GM Films, which will release
the project in Germany following the