Judit Albrecht - 13'04"



Nani Kama Mama (No one like mother) is a movie about poverty, self responsibility and street justice in Tanzania. The young man Pesambili lives with his mother in poverty. When his mother becomes seriously ill, Pesambili leaves his village to seek for money for the life save medicine. On his Journey to a little harbor town he meets a storyteller on the marketplace, who tells the children in the neighborhood an old tanzanian fairytale. Passing by and listening to the story of a King, a monster and a little boy Pesambili makes a fateful decision.


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Judit Albrecht

2017 CON EL TANGO (85 min., Documentary, Germany, Argentina, 
Urquiza production) 
2017 I HAVE PLANS IN MY LIFE (15 min., Documentary, Malawi, supported by Lebenschancen Malawi) 
2016 NANI KAMA MAMA (12 min., Short, Tansania, in Cooperation with Goethe- Institut in Dar es Salam) 
2012 ASAMBA (63 min., Documentary, Malawi, supported by the Friedrich Naumann Stiftung and Lebenschancen Malawi) 
2011 I.G.O.R.! (45 min., Documentary, Germany, supported by Kulturstiftung Niedersachsen and Fraunhofer Heinrich-Hertz-Institut, One of the winners of the Golden Palm at the Rosarito Film Festival in Mexico.) 
2007 THE WOMAN IN THE RED DRESS / DIE FRAU IM ROTEN KLEID (80 min. documentary film, Germany, Iran, Naked Eye film Productions, supported by Norddeutsche Filmförderung and Medienboard Brandenburg; Won second prize in the Treatment Dokumentarfilm competition of the Telepool and the BR at the Munich Film Festival (2008). 
2002 SALAM BERLIN (37 min., Documentary, Germany, scripted, directed and produced by the filmmaker) 
1998 JO'BURG – EMPOWERMENT FOR WOMEN IN WORKING POSITIONS (25 min. information film, South Africa, commissioned by Kulturabteilung Drägerwerke Lübeck) 
1998 BWAGA MOYO WAKO / LAY DOWN YOUR HEART (35 min. Documentary, Tansania *Winner of the Viewers’ Prize* at the Berlin Ethnological Film Festival, 1999)