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Fr 21

keine Vorstellung 

Sa 22

keine Vorstellung 

So 23

14:15  Gundermann
18:00  Occupy, Resist, Produce (OmU)
in Anwesenheit des Regisseurs Dario Azzellini
20:45  Happy Lamento


Di 25

19:00  Happy Lamento
20:30  get me some HAIR! (OmeU)
in Anwesenheit der Co-Regisseurin Marian Kiss und der Protagonistin Antoinette Barthel
22:30  Kim hat einen Penis (OmeU)

Mi 26

18:30  Happy Lamento
20:00  Zurück auf Anfang
Stephan Settele – Into the Snowland
(OmeU)
in Anwesenheit des Regisseurs
22:00  Kim hat einen Penis (OmeU)

Do 27

18:00  Rote Räte
19:00  Nuestro Tiempo (OmU)

Fr 28

keine Vorstellung 

Sa 29

15:30  Nuestro Tiempo (OmU)
18:30  Rote Räte
in Anwesenheit des Regisseurs Klaus Stanjek
20:15  Happy Lamento
22:00  Berlin – Filme der Stadt
Ein Traum in Erdbeerfolie
(OmeU)
in Anwesenheit des Regisseurs Marco Wilms

So 30

16:00  Gundermann
18:15  Happy Lamento
20:00  Rote Räte
21:00  Nuestro Tiempo (OmU)

Mo 01

18:00  Happy Lamento
19:30  Rote Räte
20:30  EXBlicks:
The Good Change: Poles Apart
+ Three Days in Berlin
(OmeU)
in presence of director Kamil Bembnista

Di 02

17:30  Happy Lamento
19:00  Rote Räte
20:00  Deckname Jenny
in Anwesenheit des Filmteams


Do 04

18:00  Rote Räte

Fr 05

keine Vorstellung 

Sa 06

20:00  Roland Klick – Retrospektive zum 80. Geburtstag
Deadlock
(OV Deutsch)
in Anwesenheit des Regisseurs Roland Klick
22:00  Roland Klick – Retrospektive zum 80. Geburtstag
White Star

in Anwesenheit des Regisseurs Roland Klick und des Kameramannes Jürgen Jürges


Mo 08

17:30  Rote Räte
18:30  Im inneren Kreis
Sondervorführung und Q&A mit den Filmemacher*innen zum 2. Jahrestag des G20-Gipfels in Hamburg



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EXBlicks

Exiled Politics Festival

7.–26.9.

Exberliner celebrates its September cover theme with a very special instalment of our Exblicks film series: three documentaries, each showing a unique facet of exile politics on film. The mini-fest kicks off on September 7 with Ossama Mohammed’s “Silvered Water, Syria Self Portrait” (original title: “Eau Argentée, Syrie autoportait”), an arresting reflection on the atrocities of the Syrian civil war.

It is also a beautiful film about guilt and exile, as Mohammed the veteran filmmaker working from the safety of his Paris exile receives daily footage from a young Kurdish teacher trapped in the besieged city of Holms (Wiam Simav Bedirxan, who shared the credits of the film). Her footage, interwoven with disturbing Youtube videos from anonymous Syrians, documents a dystopian reality of tortured men, oppressed women and orphaned children. Ultimately the film is a testament to physical courage – that of Bedirxan, camera in hand, still shooting in her battlefield city – but also to the moral courage of the filmmaker, laying bare the uncertainty, fear and helplessness plaguing him in the face of the horrors ravaging his country. “Silvered Water”, which received a standing ovation in Cannes and became a word-of-mouth success in France, still hasn’t found a distributor in Germany – so this is a unique opportunity!

Next is part-time Berliner Laura Poitras’ “Citizenfour“ (Sep 14), the Oscar-winning documentation of those five days of confinement in a Hong Kong hotel room immediately before and after Edward Snowden’s release of the confidential NSA documents that would shake the world.

Finally, the German capital’s community of young, politically active Iranian refugees, along with those in other European cities, is explored in Moslem Mansouri’s documentary “Rebel Generation” (Sep 21).

If you miss a date, all three films will be screened again back-to-back on September 26!

As usual, it’s co-curated by realeyz.tv, all in OV with English subtitles and followed by Q&As and a complimentary glass of wine in Lichtblick’s friendly lobby.


Read an interview with Ossama Mohammed, director of »Silvered Water, Syria Self-Portrait«,
on EXBerliner’s web site:
www.exberliner.com/culture/film/exblicks-a-revolution-of-images/

Mon 07.09. 20:30 h Silvered Water, Syria Self-Portrait (OmeU)

in presence of the film producer Orwa Nyrabia

Mon 14.09. 20:30 h Citizenfour (OmU)
Mon 21.09. 20:30 h Rebel Generation (OmeU)
Sat 26.09. 18:00 h Citizenfour (OmU)

in presence of the journalist Jacob Appelbaum

20:00 h Silvered Water, Syria Self-Portrait (OmeU)

in presence of the film producer Orwa Nyrabia

22:00 h Rebel Generation (OmeU)

in presence of Iranian filmmaker and musician
Darioush Sirvani

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