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So 28

19:00  Das Gegenteil von Grau
in Anwesenheit des Regisseurs Matthias Coers und des Filmteams
22:45  I Am Not Your Negro (OmU)

Mo 29

19:00  La Nueve – Die vergessenen Helden der Befreiung (OmU)
anschließend wird Paco Roca seinen Comic-Band »Die Heimatlosen« vorstellen
20:30  EXBlicks:
Garten der Sterne – Garden of Stars
(OmeU)
in presence of directors Pasquale Plastino & Stéphane Riethauser

Di 30

19:00  I Am Not Your Negro (OmU)
20:30  Berlin – Filme der Stadt:
Mädchen in Koffer
(OmeU)
in Anwesenheit des Regisseurs Albrecht Hirche


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EXBlicks:

Achtung Winner!
Winner Film of the Exberliner Film Award

Sunday, April 30th, 20:30 h

achtung berlin” is over, but you don’t have to miss out on the best of the fest.
Tonight’s your chance to catch the winner of the internationally-minded Exberliner Award.


Club Europa (OmeU)

Spielfilm, D 2017, 82 min, Regie: Franziska M. Hoenisch, mit Sylvaine Faligant, Maryam Zaree, Artjom Gilz, Richard Fouofié Djimeli, Marie-Lou Sellem, Tilo Nest, Anton Rubtsov, Roland Bonjour

Martha, Yasmin, Jamie and Sam live in a shared apartment in Kreuzberg. Martha is from France, Yasmin from Germany, Jamie from the U.S. and Sam from Cameroon. They sit in their kitchen, cook for each other, dance together. But compared to his flatmates, Sam left his country, because he needed to take refuge. The camera subtly catches the inequity that evolves between the four characters. Club Europe is a film about millennials who want to act more supportive and altruistic than their parents and need to face thw question how far they really want to go in order to help.


Mein Vater und ich (OmeU)

Dokumentarfilm, D 2016, 29 min, Regie: Ali Tamim

As a Palestinian refugee, Ahmad escaped from Lebanon to Germany 40 years ago. In a conservative and strict way, he raises his six children in Berlin Neukölln. His oldest son, the filmmaker, talks to his father, interviews his siblings and tries to understand how war, escape and exile affect a human being.


EXBlicks – A film & Chat Series
Berlin flicks and the people who made them in a real Kiez Kino