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17:00  Zama (OmU)
19:00  Zurück auf Anfang
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Fr 20

keine Vorstellung 

Sa 21

14:00  Zama (OmU)
20:30  Saturday Asia
Farewell Halong
in presence of the director Duc Ngo Ngoc

So 22

18:30  Das Gegenteil von Grau (OmeU)
in Anwesenheit des Regisseurs Matthias Coers
20:30  Zama (OmU)

Mo 23

20:00  Audre Lorde – The Berlin Years 1984 to 1992 (OmU)
in Anwesenheit der Regisseurin Dagmar Schulz und der Co-Autorin Ika Hügel-Marshall

Di 24

20:30  Deckname Jenny
in Anwesenheit des Filmteams
22:30  Zama (OmU)

Mi 25

17:00  Zama (OmU)
19:00  Mietrebellen (OmeU)
in Anwesenheit des Filmteams

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20:00  Deckname Jenny
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22:15  Zama (OmU)

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Lakino Berlin präsentiert:

La fraternidad del desierto (OmeU)

am Samstag 28.10., 20:30 Uhr
in Anwesenheit des Regisseurs Iair Kon

Sitting face to face in San Martino’s house in Vignale, Italy, the Uruguayan philosopher Julio Saquero (70 years old) and the Italian priest Arturo Paoli (100 years old) edit again the debate held 40 years ago in the desert of the Argentine province of La Rioja: whether to take the Gospel to the political and even revolutionary action.

That was the debate that had gone on in the religious fraternity both used to belong to: Charles de Foucauld’s Little Brothers, a group of working priests and lay religious people that lived and were politically active in Argentina between 1959 and 1977, when the street cleaner priest Mauricio Silva was kidnapped and disappeared.

The fraternity of the desert takes the dialogue between Julio and Arturo as the starting point to go into the experience of the Brothers in the desert of Suriyaco, in La Rioja, a desolate landscape suggested by the then bishop Enrique Angelelli, a friend of the order murdered in 1976, to do the novitiate there.

At that place, between 1971 and 1974, the Little Brothers used to meditate and debate about how to react against the agitated reality the country was going through. Some of them, such as priests Mauricio Silva, Pablo Gazzarri and Carlos Bustos, were kidnapped and disappeared. Others devoted their lives to denouncing the violations of human rights registered in our country.

Iair Kon is a Documentarist and writer. He directed and wrote many documentaries for main international TV chains (Discovery Channel, History Channel, National Geographic, etc.). He directed “Latinamerican Church, the option for the poors”, awarded at the Festival Internacional de Cine Político. He is professor of the Master of Documentary Journalism and thesis adviser of the Master of Creative Writing at the National University of Tres de Febrero (UNTREF). He is also professor at the Annual Workshop of Journalism at the University of Buenos Aires’ Social Communication Sciences degree. As a writer, he published the novel “Tren eléctrico” and translated from french works of Schwob, Balzac, Virilio, etc. He holds a degree in Social Communication Sciences at the University of Buenos Aires, a Master of Literature at the University of Paris VIII and a Master of Creative Writing at Untref.