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Sa 26

16:30  Der junge Karl Marx (OmeU)
18:45  Transit (OmeU)
20:30  Berlin – Filme der Stadt
Life Is Bigger

in Anwesenheit des Regisseurs Peter Zach und einiger Protagonist*innen
anschließend:
DJ-Set von Michel Freerix

So 27

16:00  Revolution! – Gesellschaft und Politik im Umbruch
Mohr und die Raben von London

mit einer Einführung des Philosophen Guillaume Paoli
19:00  Fetisch Karl Marx
in Anwesenheit der Regisseure Simone Dobmeier und Torsten Striegnitz
20:30  Transit (OmeU)

Mo 28

18:15  Transit (OmeU)
20:00  ExBlicks
Partisan – Volksbühne 1992–2017
(OmeU)
in presence of director Adama Ulrich

Di 29

18:45  Transit (OmeU)
20:30  kurz gesehen
Kurz.Film.Tour –
Der Deutsche Kurzfilmpreis
Programm III

in Anwesenheit des Editors Martin Reimers; Moderation: Franziska Kache (AG Kurzfilm)
22:15  Der junge Karl Marx (OmeU)


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EXBERLINER presents:

EXBlicks

Partisan – Volksbühne 1992–2017 (OmeU)

Monday, May 28th, 8 pm
In presence of director Adama Ulrich
© solofilm / Wolfgang Gaube

Documentary, 130 min, directed by Lutz Pehnert, Matthias Ehlert and Adama Ulrich

In a society that increasingly resists new ways of thinking and aesthetic transgressions, Frank Castorf calls theatre “the last partisan”.

As its director since the early 1990s, Castorf made the Berlin Volksbühne a place of new departures and the avant-garde. By reacting radically to social upheavals and testing new theatrical methods, the Volksbühne became Germany’s most important theatre, enjoying great international appeal.

The film accompanies Castorf on his farewell production of “Faust”, while also providing a glimpse of the engine room of this theatre factory. Comrades-in-arms, including the actors Sophie Rois, Herbert Fritsch, and Alexander Scheer, recall the theatre’s unique work environment, while news flashbacks bring to life the events of the past 25 years. “Partisan” is a tribute to a theatre and its staff. Though the Volksbühne is no longer with us, its influence will continue to be felt as a powerful example of aesthetic individuality.


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