Salzgeber represents a selection of films internationally. Working together with our filmmakers, we offer recent festival hits, exciting new features and also restored classics to festivals and distributors outside of Germany.

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International

Bonnie & Bonnie

a film by Ali Hakim

“Bonnie & Bonnie” is the touching story of two girls who have to leave everything behind for their love to have a chance – just like their cinematic role models Bonnie and Clyde. A romantic road movie with two female rebels who fight for their love against all odds.

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Head Burst

a film by Savaş Ceviz

29-year-old architect Markus is paedosexual: The bodies of little boys excite him. He fights against his desire every day. But when single mother Jessica moves in next door with her 8-year-old son Arthur, Markus is afraid that he can’t control his feelings any longer.

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Nevrland

a film by Gregor Schmidinger

17-year-old Jakob works at a slaughterhouse and struggles with anxiety disorder. A chance encounter with 26-year-old artist Kristjan on a cam-chat takes him on an inner journey to Nevrland and the wounds of his soul.

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Taxi zum Klo

a film by Frank Ripploh

On its initial release in 1980, “Taxi to the Toilet” caused a scandal in the cinemas of the conservative Federal Republic of Germany. Shortly after, it was awarded with the Max Ophüls Preis. Nowadays, Frank Ripploh’s authentic and shameless gay love story counts as one of the biggest classics of queer German cinema.

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Westler

a film by Wieland Speck

Berlin in the mid-Eighties. Felix from West Berlin and Thomas from East Berlin only live a few kilometres apart from each other – but still in completely different worlds. Between them lies the Berlin Wall, they can only see each other once a week for a few hours.

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Seventeen

a film by Monja Art

Lower Austria, just before the summer holidays. Boarding school pupil Paula (17) is secretly in love with her girlfriend Charlotte – but she’s going out with Michael. Meanwhile Tim is making a play for Paula. Paula must decide if she wants to follow her own feelings or yield to other people’s.

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