Maren Kea-Freese's short film ZOE is about an elevator girl in Berlin's TV Tower on Alexanderplatz. It shows the daily life of a woman trying to find herself in a city that is itself in transition. ZOE was shot in 1992, not long after the reunification of Berlin. The poetic 16mm black and white imagery shows Eastern districts such as Mitte and Prenzlauer Berg before many buildings there were demolished or remodeled. ZOE perfectly captures a unique moment in Berlin's history while offering a sympathetic portrait of a Gen Xer before the term for the slacker generation was coined.