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Do 23

18:00  Toubab (OmeU)
19:45  Martin Eden (OmU)

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Fr 24

keine Vorstellung 

Sa 25

15:45  Martin Eden (OmU)
18:00  One World Berlin – Menschenrechte aktuell:
Zustand und Gelände

mit anschließender Diskussion mit der Regisseurin Ute Adamczewski, moderiert von Michael Freerix, Filmemacher und Journalist
21:00  Toubab (OmeU)
23:00  Der Rausch (OmU)

So 26

17:30  Toubab (OmeU)
19:30  Martin Eden (OmU)
22:00  Nomadland (OmU)

Mo 27

18:00  Martin Eden (OmU)
20:30  Shane (OmU)
22:45  Toubab (OmeU)

Di 28

18:00  Toubab (OmeU)
20:00  Deckname Jenny
in Anwesenheit des Filmteams

Mi 29

18:00  Toubab (OmeU)
20:00  Soundwatch Preview:
Here We Move, Here We Groove

Preview in Anwesenheit des Protagonisten Robert Šoko

Fr 01

keine Vorstellung 

So 03

18:00  Toubab (OmeU)
20:00  Promising Young Woman (OmU)
22:15  Der Rausch (OmU)

Mo 04

20:00  Promising Young Woman (OmU)
22:15  Toubab (OmeU)

Di 05

19:30  Der Duft des Westpakets
in Anwesenheit der Filmemacherinnen Maja Stieghorst & Brit-J. Grundel
21:15  Promising Young Woman (OmU)

Mi 06

18:00  Nomadland (OmU)
20:00  One World Berlin – Menschenrechte aktuell:
Dear Future Children

mit anschließender Diskussion, moderiert von Axel Bussmer, Journalist
22:15  Promising Young Woman (OmU)

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Audre Lorde – The Berlin Years 1984 to 1992 (OmU)

D 2012, 79 min, directed by Dagmar Schultz, co-written by Ika Hügel-Marshall and Ria Cheatom, edited by Aletta von Vietinghoff

Prolific black, lesbian writer Audre Lorde called Berlin home from 1984 to 1992. Find out how the city informed the radical feminist’s life in Dagmar Schultz’s fascinating documentary.

The film focuses on Audre Lorde’s relation to the German Black Diaspora, her literary as well as political influence, and is a unique visual document about the times the author spent in Germany. The film is also for coming generations a valuable historical document of German history, which tells about the development of an Afro-German movement and the origins of the anti-racist movement before and after the German reunification. The film relates the beginnings of these political debates and therefore facilitates a historical analysis and an understanding of present debates on identity and racism in Germany.

For the first time, Dagmar Schultz’s archival video- and audio recordings and footage will be made available to a wide public.

Mo 20.09. 20:30 Uhr
Mo 20.09. 22:15 Uhr