WEATHER MAKERS: Previews & cinema tour with director Stanislaw Mucha
What better way to beat the summer heat than a polar journey in an air-conditioned cinema? Cult director Stanislaw Mucha is going on a Germany-wide cinema tour in August 2022 with his tragicomic documentary "Weather Makers"!
From August 10, Stanislaw Mucha is already in Berlin, Hamburg and Stuttgart for exclusive previews of the film. Following the German premiere on August 17 in Frankfurt am Main, there will be cinema tour dates in Düsseldorf, Munich, Nuremberg and other cities! All preview and cinema tour dates are listed below.
"Weather Makers" opens in German cinemas on August 18. The film accompanies three meteorologists at what is probably the loneliest workplace in the world, where they measure the weather without any electronics using the simplest of tools. Unimaginable, because their work also has an influence on our weather forecasts! But how can the three bizarre weathermen live and work in complete isolation? In his new documentary film, Stanislaw Mucha captures the idiosyncratic beauty of the Siberian tundra and its inhabitants in large images.
Exclusive Previews & Premieres
Berlin: August 10th, 8PM, filmkunst66 | Preview with the director
Hamburg: August 11th, 7:30PM, Abaton-Kino | Preview with the director
Stuttgart: August 16th, 6PM, Delphi Arthaus Kino | Preview with the director
Frankfurt am Main: August 17th, 6PM, Mal Seh'n Kino | Premiere with the director
Aachen: August 18th, 7:30PM, Apollo Kino & Bar | NRW-Premiere with the director
Berlin: August 18th, 8:30PM, Zeiss-Großplanetarium | Preview with the cameraman and the editor
Düsseldorf: August 19th, 7PM Uhr, Bambi | Q&A with the director
Nürnberg: August 20th, 7PM Uhr, Casablanca Filmkunsttheater | Q&A with the director
München: August 21st, 7PMUhr, Werkstattkino | Q&A with the director
Darmstadt: August 23rd, 7PM Uhr, Programmkino Rex | Q&A with the director
Heidelberg: August 28th, 7PM Uhr, Karlstorkino | Q&A with the director
Ketsch: August 27th, 7:30 PM Uhr, Central Kino Ketsch | Q&A with the director