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18:30  B. Traven – Zum 50. Todestag
Der Banditendoktor

in Anwesenheit von Ralf G. Landmesser (Internationale B.Traven-Gesellschaft)
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Soul for rent:
Miete essen Seele auf (OmeU)

Wednesday, 25.05., 20:30 h
in presence of the cinematographer Antje Schäfer and activists of Kotti & Co

D 2016, 60 min, Konzeption und Montage: Angelika Levi, Co-Regie: Christoph Dreher, Kamera: Antje Schäfer, Musik: Ina Wudke aka T-ina Darling & Evan Franco mit dem Cottbusser Chor: Lucile Desamory, Yusuf Ergün, Fernanda Farah, Laura Mello, Nana von Possmann, Rico Repotente, Thomas Tichai und Michael Breitkopf, Fatma Cacmak, Dimitrios Christovasilis, Melanie Dyk, Tashy Endres, Hatice Erdal, Fatma Erdem, Ellen El Malki, Ulrike Hamann, Carola Handwerg, Alexander Sandy Kaltenborn u.v.a.

As an encore to our April Kottbusser Tor issue, we’re dedicating our monthly film night to Berlin-based filmmaker Angelika Levi’s “Miete essen Seele auf”, a documentary centred around the little wooden hut on Kotti that since 2012 has become the focus point for protests against rent increases in the neighbourhood. While other capitals have long suffered and survived the gentrification of their inner cities, it’s hard to resist this uniquely Berlin story with its unmistakable sense of community and plea for solidarity.

Our screening, accompanied by English subtitles, complimentary drinks and the director herself, also kicks off a mini-retrospective of her celebrated filmography at Lichtblick running till May 30. Be sure to catch such essayistic works as “Absent Present” or “Mein Leben Teil 2” that documented Levi’s travel experiences and familial memories in beautiful, unexpected ways.


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