Director: Christoph Eder - 2021 - ostlicht filmproduktion, RBB, MDM, MBB - 96 Min.
In his native village at the Baltic Sea the filmmaker Christoph Eder observes the residents waking up from their political lethargy to fight for the future of this touristic place. It’s a film about the core of democracy between the white resort architecture and the sea waves.
“WHO OWNS MY VILLAGE tells about people with different political views and goals, who are presumably doing the right thing. It’s a film about the power of democracy.” - Christoph Eder
Filmfestival Max Ophüls Preis
Natur Vision Filmfestival | Special Jury Prize
50. Sehnsüchte Filmfestival
Crossing Europe Film Festival
36. DOK.fest München – Megaherz Competition
Nuremberg International Human Rights Film Festival | Award of the Open Eyes-Jury
Prädikat „Besonders wertvoll"
German theatrical release