12/08/2023, Freilichtbühne Weißensee
doors: 8pm, film & performances: 9 pm
LaborBerlin presents its annual Summer Screening on August 12th, 2023 at the Freilichtbühne Weißensee.
As it has become a custom, we present a program of new and recent films and performances by members of LaborBerlin and friends.
Come celebrate with us the beauty of hand-processed, do-it-yourself film!
Please feel free to come early, meet the film makers, and hang out at the bar!
Tickets to the event are available online or at the venue.
|P.A.R.T. by Manque La Banca, film performance, 20′, 2021|
A simultaneous assembly, three screens that interact with the fragmentation of spaces and bodies, ultimately the possibility of disarming living forms and giving them a new meaning.
|Interlude by Deborah S. Phillips, 16mm, 1:30′, 2023|
Finding beauty in life after the trouble has passed
|Mawiza, 16mm, 8:40′, 2022|
It is a botanical film that represents an exercise in observation and enhancement of nature. An experience that relates young people with their environment.
|Running Woman by OJOBOCA, 16mm, 3′, 2023|
In an interview, filmmaker Hollis Frampton discussed his early work including a lost film called “A Running Man,” characterized as a landscape film featuring a continually running, unidentified man. He mentioned that the film had been “projected to death”. Inspired by this concept, we decided to create our own version of the film.
|Start by Francisco Irribarra, film performance, 3′, 2023|
A film that goes forwards and backwards
|Open Skin by Pilar Falco, film performance, 10′, 2023|
Raw flesh. Dry leaves. Silence does not exist.
|The cats from the castle by Renata Daguerre, film performance, 9′, 2023|
After royalty passed away, cats took terrain, conquer the space, inhabited the castle. The most beautiful castle in France, now belongs to wild, grimy and elegant felines.
|Elephant story by Katrin Eissing, film performance, 8′, 2023|
When the elephant was smuggled to East Berlin and the love for the monkey keeper began <3, Starring live Helmut Höge
|Making sense of the white noise (WT) by Bernd Lützeler, DCP, 08:05′, 2023|
work-in-progress: Echoes of neoliberal wisdom from the origins of our misguided global economy still resonate into our reality today…
|Fearkingdom by Kornél Szilagyi & Linn Löffler, DCP, 23:45′, 2022|
About 30 years ago, it was Hungary that tore down the Iron Curtain by opening its borders for East German refugees. But in 2015, the Hungarian government had a new border fence made of barbed wire rebuilt along the Serbian-Croatian border.