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Sa 18

18:00  Foxtrot (OmU)
20:00  Saturday Asia
New Home
(OmeU)
in presence of director Cha Ji Ryang
22:15  Nico, 1988 (OmU)

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So 19

17:00  Nico, 1988 (OmU)
18:30  Foxtrot (OmU)
20:30  kurz gesehen special:
Berlin Indie Doc Fest
(OmeU/OV)
The films will be introduced by curator Amanda Macchia.





Fr 24

keine Vorstellung 


So 26

18:30  Warten auf Schwalben (OmU)
20:30  Berlin – Filme der Stadt
Mädchen in Koffer
(OmeU)
in Anwesenheit des Regisseurs Albrecht Hirche
22:15  Foxtrot (OmU)

Mo 27

18:00  Foxtrot (OmU)
20:00  EXBlicks
Familye
(OmeU)
in presence of the directors Kubilay Sarikaya & Sedat Kirtan

Di 28

18:00  Warten auf Schwalben (OmU)
20:00  Flying Revolution – The Story of a Lifetime Battle (OmeU)
in Anwesenheit des Gründers des Breakdance-Crews »Flyings Steps« Vartan Bassil
22:30  Foxtrot (OmU)

Mi 29

18:30  Warten auf Schwalben (OmU)
20:30  Berlin – Filme der Stadt
Symphony of Now

in Anwesenheit des Produzenten Max Hassemer
22:15  Foxtrot (OmU)

Do 30

18:00  draußen
19:30  Breakdown in Tokyo (OmeU)

Fr 31

keine Vorstellung 

Sa 01

17:00  Warten auf Schwalben (OmU)
19:00  Breakdown in Tokyo (OmeU)
20:30  draußen
in Anwesenheit der Filmemacherin Johanna Sunder-Plassmann


Mo 03

17:00  Warten auf Schwalben (OmU)
19:00  draußen
20:30  Breakdown in Tokyo (OmeU)
22:00  Foxtrot (OmU)

Di 04

17:00  Warten auf Schwalben (OmU)
19:00  draußen
20:30  Breakdown in Tokyo (OmeU)
in Anwesenheit des Regisseurs Zoltan Paul
22:30  Foxtrot (OmU)

Mi 05

17:00  draußen
18:30  Breakdown in Tokyo (OmeU)
20:00  Deckname Jenny
in Anwesenheit des Filmteams
22:30  Foxtrot (OmU)

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kurz gesehen Special

Berlin Indie Doc Fest

Sunday, August 19th, 20:30 h
The films will be introduced by curator Amanda Macchia.
Film Still: “Yalla Baby!”

The Berlin IDF Film Festival is an annual documentary film program held at the Lichtblick Kino and a sister festival to the New York and Toronto IDF film programs held in each respective city. The goal of the IDF film festivals is to present quality independent documentary work to audiences in three of the largest film centres in the world. This year’s Berlin IDF selections centre around different ways in which people identify with physical and metaphorical spaces.

The films will be introduced by curator Amanda Macchia.


The Films:

Shooting
Germany 2017, 2 min, directed by Britta Thie
A film reflecting the process of image construction and the commodification and objectification of the female body.


Dies de Festa – Jolly Holiday
Spain 2017, 29 min, directed by Clara Martínez Malagelada
“I go every summer to my hometown, Sitges, to work as a human statue. On the promenade, dressed as Mary Poppins, I see my family passing by. It’s the town holidays. I haven’t talked to them in years”.


Baseline
Canada 2018, 12 min, directed by Keaton TF Evans & Lauren Runions
A short movement-based film studying path, pattern and rhythm in a cityscape. Informed by the architecture of Toronto, Baseline follows individuals as they make use of and take up space


Revising Anneliese
Germany/UK 2017, 19 min, directed by Lilian Hess
Through the making of a fashion show, a young woman explores her unlikely inheritance of several 1950s prêt-à-porter collections, left to her by her mysterious great aunt – a former Nazi turned queer post war fashion designer.


Tailor
Brazil 2017, 10 min, directed by Calí dos Anjos
A transgender cartoonist that shares in his web page other trans people’s experiences and their challenges in society.


Yalla Baby!
Germany/Palestine 2018, 44 min, directed by Victoria Schmidt & Alexander Peiler
A documentary on the encounter of two cultures. Ten German and Palestinian teenagers, who meet in Jenin, Palestine follow their dream and burning desire to finally set eyes on the sea.