What a world premiere! Thanks so much to everyone who made that day to what it was: just beautiful. It was emotional, touching and just awesome to share those moments with all our protagonists, the crew, friends, family and all the companions and fans. With your support FOURTEEN AND A HALF COLLISIONS made it that far and became such a beautiful movie.
Special thanks to Jozef Kubica for the amazing pictures!
“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. Classes become movie theaters With a SCHOOL-LICENCE the class room, the...
At the sold out inclusive premiere of FOURTEEN AND A HALF COLLISIONS at the accessable Schmidtchen on the Reeperbahn even more wheelchair users and AB’s could watch our movie and talk afterwards to the film makers, the protagonists and to each other. Small Fires played some great live music as well to complete a great night.
Julian's life has completely changed within a few seconds. "Fourteen-and-a-half collisions" accompanies him on his way into the unknown.
Asael had a traumatic experience in his childhood that cost him much more than his right leg. In the movie "Fourteen-and-a-half collisions" we follow Asael's traces in Israel and tell the story of his first season as a wheelchair basketball professional in Germany.
Famous Reeperbahn street in Hamburg, great theater or even sports arenas - now matter where! "Fourteen and a half Collisions" jumps right from the screen into the society. The initiative VIERZEHNEINHALB FÜR HAMBURG has the goal to show the film "Fourteen and a half Collisions" in a barrier-free environment. We believe that this way the film could be a cultural contribution to inclusion - due to the fact that most cinemas offer only few places for wheelchair users. Even before...