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We'll Have Time for That Later by Verena Hahn
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  • Screenings
  • Friday, January 14th, 2022—14:00
  • Friday, January 14th, 2022—20:00
  • Saturday, January 15th, 2022—14:00
  • Saturday, January 15th, 2022—19:15
  • Sunday, January 16th, 2022—15:30
  • Sunday, January 16th, 2022—18:30
  • We'll Have Time for That Later
  • by Verena Hahn
    • The Netherlands / Germany, 2020
    • 45:19 min
    • DE with ENG subs

“We´ll have time for that later” takes place in the months before crisis emerged. Three preppers and the film maker are the protagonists, switching their roles. The film maker obeys and follows the three men´s directions, while they explain her how things are done. The three preppers found their way how to deal with crisis. But what would a society look like that is built on isolation and self-containment? Besides capturing the three prepper´s differing prepping practices, the film deals with topics such as competence, normality, trust and the entitlement to lead or to speak.

Artist Biography

Verena Hahn works in the fields of experimental documentary and artistic research. She graduated from the Royal Academy of Art The Hague in 2019. Her work is concerned with the physical aspects of filming and being filmed, and with the resulting possibilities for claiming, giving or denying space. In the focus of her work stands the encounter of different ways of life, that are more and more polarised in the current debate culture. Currently she is one of three fellows of the fellowship for artistic documentary film by the Federal State of Northrhine Westphalia.

    • Camera
    • Arthur B.

    • Dominik E.

    • Daniel S.

    • Verena Hahn

    • Audio Post Production
    • Nicolas Epe

    • Direction
    • Verena Hahn

    • Translation
    • Katya Lachowicz

    • Supported by
    • Nieuwe Vide Haarlem

    • Stroom Den Haag