“Brutal but also deeply sensitive; a complex work that got under my skin.”
—Film Comment

“No one leaves this movie unchanged.”

“Radical and rigorous; one of the documentaries of the year.”
—Film Idea

“Undoubtedly the most exciting film at Locarno: a philosophical film that does what cinema has to do: show unseen images.”
—Deutchland Funk

“Successfully subverts the anthropocentric gaze to Illustrate the violent way humans inhabit space.”
—Little White Lies

“A total work of art, foreshadowing a near future in which man is no longer the center of the world.”
—Kino Zeit

“Ingenious; Kremser and Peter connect a roughly hewn space traveling animal history with modern stray subjects.”

“The scariest film of the year.”

SPACE DOGS- Virtual Screening

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Runtime: 1:31

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Laika, a stray dog, was the first living being to be sent into space and thus to a certain death. Following her traces and filmed from a dog’s perspective, Elsa Kremser and Levin Peter's "Space Dogs" accompanies the adventures of her descendants: two street dogs living in today’s Moscow.

Visually and conceptually sophistocated, Space Dogs traces the story of Laika, the first dog in space. Remarkable archival footage recounts the story of his selection, and directors Elsa Kremser and Levin Peter powerfully document the lives of his descendants, offering insight not only into the past and space travel, but also life today on earth.