Sorry, I Lost My Corpse

Germany / 2021 / Comedy / 09:53 min

It will only be a matter of time before corpses become present in everyday life. Inconvenient when you have to turn up at the lost and found because you forgot your corpse on the bus. – A macabre mind game about focal issues such as body donation, medicine, and the value of the human being.
Tuesday, 22.08. 20:00
Block 4

Film maker
Silas Degen

Silas Degen, born in 2000 in Lüneburg, is an aspiring artist currently studying scenic arts with a specialization in film at the University of Hildesheim. Through his films and radio plays, Silas explores the concept of time travel and delves into narratives that shed light on historical injustices, such as witch mania or the forced migration of children. In addition to his creative endeavors, Silas has also contributed to journalism, with works featured in prominent platforms such as ZDF heute journal and the Hildesheimer Allgemeine Zeitung. His journalistic pursuits further demonstrate his commitment to uncovering stories and engaging with societal issues. With a passion for storytelling and a keen interest in historical contexts, Silas utilizes various artistic mediums to raise awareness, provoke thought, and initiate dialogue. His multidisciplinary approach and dedication to his craft make him an emerging talent with the potential to make a significant impact in the world of film and journalism.