Dir: Susanne Radelhof. Germany, 2019.

Spanish Premiere.

44 min. VOSE.

Founded in 1919, the Bauhaus school heralded a new era of innovative design and pioneering architecture, but it was also driven by the desire to build a new society based on gender equality. But to this day the best known names are those of its male masters, among them Walter Gropius, Vassily Kandinsky and László Moholy-Nagy. The almost 500 women artists who studied and also taught there and who decisively shaped our current view of design are still in the shadows, or even forgotten. This documentary is a tribute to these figures, such as Alma Buscher, Marianne Brandt, Gunta Stölzl, Friedl Dicker and Lucia Moholy, among others.