Egli’s figures leave plenty of room for the imagination – Keach

Egli's figures leave plenty of room for the imagination - Keach

Ketsch. Just in cinema and now in House of Encounters – one can announce the movie “The Christmas Story by Luke in Eleven Pictures” which will be shown by the Evangelical Parish of Ketsch on the 4th Sunday in Advent, December 19th.

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Elke Noeske (small picture), the mistress of more than 100 Egli figures, shot the film in the Anderslegemeinde with producer Gerhard Stahl. The wife of Protestant pastor Christian Nioske spoke about this at a matinee in Central Kino. The Ferdinand Schmid House in Ketsch has become a film studio. Films have been made on several biblical stories on several occasions, with Egli characters as actors. They are little works of art for young and old.

“25 years ago, my mother made 15 such figures with a group,” Elke Noeske reports, explaining how it happened to her immediately. Since then she has done an apprenticeship and since 2005 has been an agly figure course instructor.

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In the House of Encounters (Kolpingstrasse 14), a 20-minute long film will be shown, giving visitors a chance to get into the Christmas mood on a much smaller scale. In the large hall of the parish hall, interested parties can reserve a time slot every half an hour. For example, a family can also book a closed time slot for itself. Individuals book an appointment in which they are accompanied by up to nine other guests. The protest demonstration will start from 11 am.

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Read movie review: The story of the birth of Jesus is romantic, kid-friendly and presented in a detailed manner. There pigeons scoured the sand for grain and children were playing in the street on which Mary and Joseph had come to Bethlehem in search of accommodation for the night.

The simplicity of the characters leaves a lot of room for imagination and gives depth to the story. Eleven different moving images – from the announcement to the steady journey of the shepherds – breathed life into skilful play with alert tracking shots, light and shadow and sensitive setting. The story is told in simple, kid-friendly words, with subtle everyday noises. The ancient story is told so atmospherically that it casts a spell on you, even if you’ve known it all too well for a long time. She was described in the middle as “so calm” and “reflective”.

You can register by e-mail at [email protected] or by phone 06202/69 01 14. 3G rule applies. School children and children up to five years of age are exempted from the test. mAb

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