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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
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
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
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
(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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EXBERLINER presents:


The Good Change: Poles Apart
+ Three Days in Berlin (OmeU)

Monday, July 1st, 8:30 pm
in presence of director Kamil Bembnista

The Good Change: Poles Apart (OmeU)

Documentary, Polen/Fr 2018, 77 min, written & directed by Konrad Szołajski

In recent years the political tension in Poland has been escalating unprecedentedly. This film presents the dramatic developments through the eyes of 2 women on opposite sides of the political barricade.

Marta and Tita are patriots. Both are proud of their country and its history, and they want only the best for it. But their attitudes could not be more different. While Marta wants a strong Poland, leads a paramilitary unit, promotes Christian values and supports the ruling conservative Law and Justice Party, Tita wants to be part of Europe, hates weapons, and believes that the government program “The Good Change” is an instrument to suppress liberal influences and will lead to a creeping reduction in civil rights, an infringement of democratic principles and constitutional changes. The director in no way judges his protagonists and their actions, instead presenting an impartial behind-the-scenes view of the camps of the feuding parties.

Three Days in Berlin (OmeU)

Documentary, D/Polen 2018, 13 min, directed by Kamil Bembnista, written by Karolina Golimowska

Set in Poland and Germany the film shows two radically different approaches to the legal situation regulating the right to abortion in Poland. On one hand a catholic initiative that promotes pro-life messages and organises public rosaries “for the restoration of the morale of the Polish people”, on the other hand a group of activists based in Berlin who help women to organise an abortion in Germany, where it is legal. This cross-border picture tells a story of two worlds that despite being geographically close to one another in a Europe of no physical borders are yet completely incompatible.

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