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Do 14

18:00  Bamboo Stories (OmU)
19:45  Parasite (OmeU)

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Fr 15

keine Vorstellung 

Sa 16

20:00  Bamboo Stories (OmU)
in Anwesenheit des Regisseurs Shaheen Dill-Riaz
22:00  Parasite (OmU)

So 17

16:00  Bamboo Stories (OmU)
17:45  get me some HAIR!
in Anwesenheit des Regisseurs Lars Barthel
19:30  Parasite (OmU)

Mo 18

21:45  Parasite (OmU)

Di 19

19:00  Double-Feature:
Münchner Räterepublik –
Zur Revolution

Rote Räte + Es geht durch die Welt ein Geflüster

mit anschließender Diskussion mit den Filmemacher*innen, Moderation: Samira Fansa
22:30  Bamboo Stories (OmU)

Mi 20

17:00  Bamboo Stories (OmU)
18:30  Im inneren Kreis
in Anwesenheit des Regieteams
22:15  Parasite (OmU)

Do 21

18:00  Land des Honigs (OmU)

Fr 22

keine Vorstellung 

So 24

14:15  Land des Honigs (OmU)
15:45  Parasite (OmeU)
18:00  Doku-Doppel-Abend:
30 Jahre Mauerfall:

Der Ost-Komplex

in Anwesenheit des Regisseurs Jochen Hick

Mo 25

20:00  One World Berlin – Menschenrechte aktuell
Themenabend zum Rechts-Rock

mit anschließendem Gespräch mit dem Filmemacher Adrian Oeser und Timo Büchner, Experte für Rechts-Rock und Buchautor
22:30  Land des Honigs (OmU)

Di 26

20:00  Deckname Jenny
in Anwesenheit des Filmteams
22:30  Land des Honigs (OmU)

Fr 29

keine Vorstellung 

Mo 02

18:15  Parasite (OmeU)

Mi 04

17:00  Bamboo Stories (OmU)
20:00  Punk Film Fest Berlin präsentiert
A Global Mess

in Anwesenheit der Filmemacher

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EXberliner presents:


This Ain’t California (OmeU)

Monday, September 23rd, 8:00 pm
in presence of director Marten Persiel
© Harald Schmitt

Documentary, Germany 2012, 90 min, directed by Marten Persiel

A hymn to the subversive power of vitality, this fast-paced documentary takes us on a trip through the strange unknown world of the “Rollbrettfahrer” as skateboarders were known in the GDR, a country where besides those loyal to the regime, there was also an avowed political resistance. Apart from this, there was also a movement of young rebels whose only raison d’être was the illusion of staying young, immortal and non-committal.

In “This Ain’t California” three kids discover their love of skateboarding on the cracked asphalt of the GDR – a madcap, even unacceptable sport that was perhaps so incredibly exciting because of its nuttiness. This punk fairytale created by a bunch of kids who luckily possessed sufficiently manic levels of energy to record their lives on Super-8mm film, shows us life in the GDR life as it has never been seen before.

The film follows its three main protagonists from their childhood in the seventies, through their turbulent teens in the eighties right up to that autumn of 1989 when they were twenty and suddenly, everything they had known up to that point was about to change forever.

Text: © Internationale Filmfestspiele Berlin

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