Julia 1926

Director: Johannes Weymann
Screenwriters: Johannes Weymann

Institute History

  • 2005 Sundance Film Festival


This experimental journey dissects the life of a patient with Alzheimer's disease, drawing us into a unique web experience that mimics the mental degradations of the ailment. Using a novelistic narrative of letters, Flash Animations, video clips, and decomposed noises, Julia 1926 is a prototype break with traditional narrative and a moving account of peple who struggle daily with the mysteries of Alzheimer's.

Screening Details

  • Section: Online
  • Film Type: Online
  • Country: Germany
  • Run Time: 6 min.


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