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Mo 25

20:00  The Last City (OmdU)
zu Gast: Heinz Emigholz
22:15  Nomadland (OmU)

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Di 26

18:30  The Last City (OmdU)
20:30  EXBLICKS:
Boy Meets Boy
(engl. OV)
in presence of the director Daniel Sánchez López
22:30  Der Rausch (OmU)

Do 28

18:00  Die letzte Stadt (DF)
19:45  Borga (OmeU)

Fr 29

keine Vorstellung 

So 31

16:00  Werkschau Werner Fritsch:
Faust Sonnengesang IV

Berlin-Premiere in Anwesenheit des Regisseurs; Moderation: Marc Ottiker
20:00  Borga (OmeU)

Mo 01

18:00  Die letzte Stadt (DF)
20:00  Borga (OmeU)
in Anwesenheit des Regisseurs York-Fabian Raabe
22:15  Nomadland (OmU)

Di 02

18:00  Borga (OmeU)
20:00  Kurz.Film.Tour. 2021 – Deutscher Kurzfilmpreis:
Programm I

in Anwesenheit des Regisseurs Jannis Alexander Kiefer (»Meeting«)
22:15  Promising Young Woman (OmU)

Do 04

18:00  Klassenkampf
19:30  Borga (OmeU)

Fr 05

keine Vorstellung 

Sa 06

18:00  Klassenkampf
in Anwesenheit des Regisseurs Sobo Swobodnik und der Hauptdarstellerin Margarita Breitkreiz
20:00  Borga (OmeU)

Mo 08

18:30  Klassenkampf
20:00  Borga (OmeU)
22:15  Der Rausch (OmU)

Di 09

18:00  Borga (OmeU)
20:00  Kurz.Film.Tour. 2021 – Deutscher Kurzfilmpreis:
Programm II

in Anwesenheit des Regisseurs Martin Monk (»Favoriten«) und der Regisseurin Lucia Margarita Bauer (»Maman Maman Maman«)
22:00  Nomadland (OmU)

Mi 10

20:00  Borga (OmeU)
22:00  Promising Young Woman (OmU)

Fortsetzung folgt…

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EXBERLINER & Soundwatch Berlin Music Film Festival present:


Coal Country Song. Gundermann
Gundermann Revier (OmeU)

Tuesday, Feb. 11th, 8:00 pm

Documentary, Germany 2019, 98 min, directed by Grit Lemke

“My swing stands in an enchanted garden, just behind the railway embankment. When I’m at the top of the swing, I see trains squealing by day and night, leaving black dust behind. They come from huge holes gaping between our villages. As a child I thought the whole world looked like this. Holes with villages in between, my swing in the middle. And the trains. They are coal trains.”

Gerhard Gundermann (1955–1998), singer-songwriter, poet and excavator operator in the Lusatian brown coal mines. In this region, global problems are condensed on a local level as if by a burning glass – from structural change to climate crisis. Mostly unpublished archive material and Gundermann’s songs enter into a dialogue with observations and conversations in his “district”, accompanied by the voice-over of the director, who is no less deeply rooted in the coal mining district. Home and its destruction through strip mining, utopian ideas and the question of individual responsibility run through the songs, as do their consequences for gainful employment and the environment at the end of the industrial age. And they are more topical than ever today: “Where my swing stood and later your excavator there is now a lake.”
Text: Frederik Lang, Catalogue of the 62nd International Leipzig Festival for Documentary and Animated Film DOK Leipzig

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