DIE TOCHTER – (DARK BLUE GIRL)
When Jimmy and Hannah finally find a buyer for their holiday home on the Greek volcano island Santorini, the ex-couple returns to the place where they broke up two years ago. In tow: Their seven-year-old daughter Luca whose love the parents compete for. Hardly arrived on the island, old tensions and conflicts appear despite every effort to make it right. Above it all is Hannah, who is jealous of the close father-daughter-relationship she is not able to reach. But the upcoming sale of the house triggers something in Jimmy as well – the irrefutable end of his former dream: to have a future as a family.
Director Biography – Mascha Schilinski
Mascha Schilinski was born in 1984 in Berlin. After severals internships in film industry she was travelling from 2005-2007 through Europe, wrote short stories and worked as a magician and fire-eater at a small travelling circus in Italy. In 2008 she completed her degree in a master class for screenwriters at the HAMBURG FILM SCHOOL. After that she worked as a free screenwriter in Berlin. Since 2012 she studies directing at the FILMAKADEMIE BADEN-WÜRTTEMBERG. Her narrative short film THE CAT was awarded with the EUROPEAN AWARD at the FESTIVAL DU CINÉMA DE BRIVE. Her first narrative feature film DARK BLUE GIRL had his premiere in 2017 at the 67th Berlin International Film Festival.