Sci-Fi & Fantasy
| 82 min
| English (United States) German (Germany) Spanish (Spain)
At the threshold of human extinction, a small group of disoriented people spend their time in absurd activities inside a house battered by planetary climate change.
A debut feature directed by Frauke Havemann, co-directed by Eric Schefter and written by Mark Johnson. "Mysterious and mesmerizing, WEATHER HOUSE turns the end of the world into fine art. An odd, yet highly engaging, meditation on the end of humanity. It’s a slow burn of an apocalypse" (hammertonail.com)
The title WEATHER HOUSE is borrowed from the Germanic folk art tradition of building humidity meters in the form of small handcrafted houses, with figures that emerge according to specific weather predictions. The film presents a life-size adaptation of this idea.