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Di 25

20:30  Montags in Dresden
in Anwesenheit der Regisseurin Sabine Michel

Mi 26

20:30  EXBlicks
Die Insel
in presence of the directors Katalin Simon & Zsolt Vásárhelyi

Fr 28

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So 30

18:30  Das Gegenteil von Grau (OmeU)
in Anwesenheit des Regisseurs Matthias Coers
20:30  Balkan Dreams – Ein Leben in 9/16-Takt (OmU)
in Anwesenheit des Regisseurs Gianluca Vallero

Mi 03

20:30  USSAK (OmeU)
in Anwesenheit des Regisseurs Kyriakos Katzourakis und der Schauspielerin Katia Gerou

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EXBERLINER presents:


Rosa von Praunheim:
Überleben in Neukölln – Survival in Berlin-Neukölln (OmeU)

Monday, November 27th, 20:30 h
in presence of director Rosa von Paunheim

D, 2017, 82 min, director: Rosa von Praunheim

Stefan Stricker, who calls himself Juwelia, runs a gallery in Berlin’s Neukölln district. Every weekend he invites people, telling them stories of his life and singign lyrical songs, he wrote with a friend from Hollywood. Along with Juwelia we meet other residents of Neukölln: Androgynous Cuban singer-dancer Joaquin la Habana, who live with his husband. Syrian singer Enana, who hopes for a liberal life full as a lesbain after fleeing to Berlin. For the last five years the big parts of Neukölln has been hipsterfyed and gentrifyed. Can the real people survive?

Born 1942 in Riga as Holger Bernhard Bruno Mischwitzky, Rosa von Praunheim became the leading pioneer of German queer and postmodern film. In 1972 his career started with his highly controversial film »It Is Not the Homosexual Who Is Perverse, But the Society in Which He Lives«. In 40 years von Praunheim shot over 80 films and sparked an entire school of artistic allegiance as professor at HFF in Babelsberg, dffb, Zürich Art Academy and San Francisco Art Institute, including Julia von Heinz and Axel Ranisch.

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