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Karin Jurschick

Karin Jurschick

Germany

Biography

Karin Jurschick was born in 1959 in Essen, Germany. She studied theater, film and television at the University of Cologne. She si co-founder of the international women’s film festival Feminale in Cologne and worked for five years as editor for culture for the Stadtrevue Cologne monthly magazine; since then, she has been a writer for radio and television. She started her career of documentary film director in 2000.

Filmography:

Danach hätte es schön sein müssen/ It Should Have Been Nice After That ( 73´, Germany, 2000)
Im spiegel der bilder. Die Filmenacherin birgit hein (46´, Germany, 2001)
Die Helfer und die Frauen/ The Peacekeepers and the Women (80´, Germany, 2003)
Ein Tag mit Folgen (52´, Germany, 2005)
Nach dem mord an Theo van Gogh (52´, Germany, 2005)
Nicht Mehr/ Not Any More (30´, Germany, 2006)
Zertifikat Deutsch (89´, Germany, 2009)
Die Wolke - Tschernobyl und die Folgen (90', Germany, 2011)

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It Should Have Been Nice After That

Danach hätte es schön sein müssen (Orig.) / 2000 / Germany / 73 min

In 1974, the woman committed suicide. In 1997, I saw the man for the first time again. He was still living in the same apartment he had moved into with his wife and child 41 years ago. The apartment had remained virtually unchanged. The man is my father.

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Not Any More

Nicht Mehr (Orig.) / 2006 / Germany / 30 min

Memories don’t need a space, but the bodies and the objects. What am I doing with them? What is left after death? - A last film about my father.

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