»Fascinating, sensual, clever and with breathtaking archive material.« (Rüdiger Suchsland, Telepolis) Andreas Hoessli's "The Naked King – 18 Fragments on Revolution" has earned great praise from film critics! After the Corona-caused online launch, exclusively in W-film Online Cinema, the grandiose film essay about revolution will soon be available in regular stores as an »Adventure of the Heart« – as VOD from 15 April 2021 and on DVD from 23 April 2021. Or for all fans of artistic documentaries directly via our W-film shop at shop.koenig.wfilm.de. There you can already rent the film as a stream and thereby also support our partner cinemas. We look forward to your support!
Do you really want to eat sustainably? Then find out now in the inspiring environmental documentary "Our Soil is Our Heritage" why the precious resource soil deserves your greatest appreciation. Available from 26 February 2021 as VOD and from 26 March 2021 as DVD including HD stream in stores. Or for all fans of committed films also available directly via our W-film shop at shop.boden.wfilm.de. We look forward to your support! Great extra for all teachers and groups who want to use the film for further training: there is now also free school material available for >>Download. Are you interested in organising a film screening? In our shop you can also buy a screening license for cinema events, your own locations or online. If you have any questions, please contact: email@example.com, Tel. 0221.2221980.
Despite lockdown, "The Naked King – 18 Fragments on Revolution" successfully celebrated its cinema premiere on 10 February 2021 as a free online event. The exciting film essay about the renewing power of revolutions strikes a chord in the current Corona crisis. This was demonstrated by the participation of more than 1,000 viewers, who were also able to take part in the subsequent live discussion with director Andreas Hoessli and historian Prof. Frank Bösch from the Leibniz Centre for Contemporary History Research via chat function. The moderator was Barbara Lux from the Altes Kino Ebersberg, which realised the event together with the film distributor W-film from Cologne.