The documentary “Art’s Home is my Kassel – 100 days documenta city” by Katrin und Susanne Heinz starts Germany-wide in theatres on Thursday, July 10th. At the Kasseler cinema Bali there will be two runs – on 5pm and 7pm. One day after Friday, there will be a acreening at 7pm and will be in presence of the editor. “Arts Home is my Kassel” tells the story of a culture clash happening every five years in a small German town with usually very little cultural exchange. The key art fair of the world takes place – the documenta. The people of Kassel see their town being invaded by a metropolitan elite with alienation but also with pride. Two sisters from Kassel follow their protagonists through a tremendous change of their lives in the summer of 2012 as well as an internationally recognized artist, making his way to Kassel.
The film was funded by Film- und Medienstiftung NRW & DFF.

Germany-wide release date on July 10th 2014 in the following cinemas:
Berlin Lichtblick from 17.7.
Berlin Hackesche Höfe from 10.7.
Berlin Eiszeit from 10.7.
Berlin Sputnik from 17.7.
Berlin Brotfabrik from 17.7.
Dortmund Camera from 10.7.
Düsseldorf Souterrain from 10.7.
Erlangen, Manhattan-Kino 24.-27.08.
Frankenberg Thalia from 17.7.
Frankfurt Mal Seh´n from 17.7.
Hannover Kino im Künstlerhaus 10.-13.7.+16.7.+19.-21.7.
Kassel Filmladen from 10.7.
Köln Filmpalette from 13.7.
Köln Museum f. angewandte Kunst from 10.7.
Saarbrücken Filmhaus from 10.7.
Ulm Mephisto (oder Obscura) from 10.7.
Witzenhausen Capitol from 17.7.
München Werkstatt Kino 12.+13.7., 20.7.