“Fourteen and a half Collisions” tells the story of the unusual encounters and strokes of fates without prejudices. After its premiere at the Filmfest Hamburg in 2018 the cinema documentary now takes over the schools and turns the classes into movie theaters. Filmmaker Guido Weihermüller and his team followed the protagonists over a period of one year and deliver a sensitive documentary which challenges the audience perspectives in many ways.
With a SCHOOL-LICENCE the class room, the gym or your your auditorium become a movie theater. You are allowed to show the movie and with the included movie poster and some extra material the movie can be part of a educational unit or activity regarding the topics inclusion and wheelchair basketball.
For more information regarding the School-Licence, price models and the licence agreements you reach out to to our producer Silvia Weihermüller – email@example.com
Original titel: Vierzehneinhalb Kollisonen
Documentary, Germany 2018
Languages: German, English
Appropriate from grade 7 to A levels
Topics: inclusion, sports, friendship, politics, wheelchair basketball, stereotypes, disability, rehabilitation
Subject: sports, ethics, religion, philosophy, social studies, politics
Protagonists: Asael Shabo, Julian Zielinski, Alireza Ahmadi, Anne Patzwald, Karlis Podnieks and many more
Director: Guido Weihermüller
Producer: Silvia Weihermüller
The young Israeli Asael, who was the victim of a terrorist attack as a child, travels to Hamburg to realize his dream as a wheelchair basketball professional. Here he meets Iranian Ali, and an unusual friendship emerges. For one season, they live together with their basketball team in a house that is on the grounds of a hospital. Here also lives Julian, who is paraplegic after a fall and can only accept laboriously with his new life in a wheelchair....
The initiative "VIERZEHNEINHALB for everyone" has the goal to show the film in a barrier-free environment. We believe that this way the film could be a cultural contribution to inclusion and diversity of our society –- due to the fact that most cinemas offer only few places for wheelchair users. Even before the official theatrical release, institutions, companies or other organizations can apply for a film sponsorship and thus support a special, barrier-free presentation. For information, please send us an...