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Best of Snowdance

By 11. December 2023December 28th, 2023No Comments

To ensure that there’s a festival feeling in the mornings too (and that you don’t hang out in the festival bar for too long in the evenings), we’ve come up with something ingenious: At 11 a.m. sharp, some of the most striking and best productions from recent Snowdance editions will be screened at Luna. Weird, exciting and touching things before lunch. Come and have a look.


In an amusing and fast-paced mix of fiction, documentary and animation, the film tells the true and unbelievable story of an unusual bank employee based on original interviews.

  • Language: German, English subtitles
  • Director: Sven O. Hill
  • 2021 at the Snowdance Independent Film Festival

One half Of me

Jaana is a bar owner and mother of two. Her hobby is horse riding. Jaana lives with her charismatic but irascible partner Marko. Jaana’s life is about to take a completely different direction when she is paralyzed in a serious accident.

  • Language: Finnish, English subtitles
  • Director: Tuukka Temonen
  • 2020 at the Snowdance Independent Film Festival


Freddy is in the middle of the biggest crisis of his life because he is accused of beating up his wife. While his world collapses, Eddy, his imaginary childhood friend, reappears. What looks like great support at first glance turns out to be an absolute nightmare.

  • Language: German, English subtitles
  • Director: Tini Tüllmann
  • 2017 Snowdance Independent Film Festival “Best Feature”


A secret club draws a young, traumatized soldier under the spell of a beautiful, ruthless woman. But as they fall in love, a life-threatening challenge forces them to make the most of every moment they have together.

  • Language: English, English subtitles
  • Director: Darren Bender
  • 2022 Snowdance Independent Film Festival “Best Script”