PODCAST | Matt Micucci interviews Julia von Heinz, director of the film And Tomorrow the Entire World.
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A conversation with Julia von Heinz, director of And Tomorrow the Entire World, in competiton at the 77th Venice International Film Festival. The film takes place within the violent conflict between Antifa and the neo-Nazi movement. In this interview, von Heinz talks about her film, including whether she feels the anger that is portrayed in the movie, white privilege within this central clash and whether she believes that making a film can be a revolutionary act.
And Tomorrow the Entire World: Germany is struck by a violent series of racist terror attacks. 20-year-old Luisa joins a subdivision of the Antifa to oppose the uprising neo-Nazi movement. With her reckless actions, she not only fights against the extreme right but also tries to impress Alfa, an Antifa activist she is secretly in love with. Soon, things escalate, and Luisa and her friends clash over the question if violence could ever be a legitimate political answer to fascism and hatred.