Director: Elke Margarete Lehrenkrauss
Language(s): German, English, Bulgarian
Director of photography: Christoph Rohrscheidt
Additional Editors: Sven Kulik, Petja Nedeltscheva, Irem Schwarz
Narrative Advisors: Uli Gaulke, Chris Wright
Commissioner Editor: Timo Grosspietsch
Sound: Henrik Cordes, Elke Lehrenkrauss
Music: Dascha Dauenhauer
Sound Design: Henrik Cordes
Sound mixer: Torben Seemann, Chaussee Sounvision
Production: Elke Margarete Lehrenkrauss
Awards: Camden FF 2019, Emerging Cinematic Vision Award DOC LA 2019, Best International Documentary Skopje FF 2019, Best Film Award
Synopsis: When night falls in rural Germany, old caravans decorated with flashy lights line the country roads which lead through dark forests. Inside theses buses prostitutes from Eastern Europe and Africa await their clients who are passing by. The film portraits these women who came from far away in search for money and a better life.
Director’s bio: Elke Margarete Lehrenkrauss is a Berlin based filmmaker and visual artist. In 2012, she graduated with distinction from the KHM Academy of Media Arts Cologne as fellow of the German National Academic Foundation. In 2003, she received her diploma in Video Arts from the HSLU Lucerne University of Art and Design. Her films and artworks have been exhibited on festivals, in museums and galleries worldwide and been multi-awarded. Lovemobil is her feature debut.