LaborBerlin regularly organizes film screenings showcasing our members newest films, installations, and performances. We often invite analog filmmakers from around the world and partner with international film labs to present their work too. The screenings are open to all.

  • Cinéma Copains at Berlinale

    Cinema Copains are Minze Tummescheit and Arne Hector, part of the group of founding members of LaborBerlin. We are excited that their latest film project, in arbeit / en construction / w toku / lavori in corso, about collaborative work processes and cooperative structures, will screen as part of this year’s Forum. IN ARBEIT relies…

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  • Director’s Lounge 2012

    February is the busiest month for experimental cineastes in Berlin, and not just because of the big festival that hits town! There are many satellite events that pilot great films such as the International Director’s Lounge, now in its 8th edition, and of course our very own film show case DIFFRAKTION. Stay tuned for news…

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  • A Night of Collaborations

    Sunday, January 29th: For the first time filmmaker Sylvia Schedelbauer and sound artist Jeff Surak (aka Violet) perform together live after six years of remote collaboration. Preslav Literary School and Rinus van Alebeek, two of the leading figures of the Berlin Cassette Underground, play as a duo, mingling melodies and tape narratives. RobinsonHotel at Bethanien,…

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  • Distruktur’s Light Show

    Saturday January 28th: Brace yourselves for a weekend packed with music and live cinema! Get down with the sound of the underground: Rebel HiFi, Dub War, Tempa London. Visuals by Distruktur (Melissa Dullius & Gustavo Jahn) Theatre Wiesenweg 5-9. 10365 Berlin (Ostkreuz / Frankfurter Allee) Distruktur

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    LaborBerlin warmly recommends: TOMORROW! 25.01.12 At Arsenal! Films! As part of Madeleine Bernstorff‘s UdK Seminar! So Is This. Now. In the satire MACHORKA-MUFF (1962/63) by Jean-Marie Straub and Danièle Huillet, the rearmament of the FRG is criticized, Ula Stöckl‘s dumpster kid in NIEDRIG GILT DAS GELD AUF DIESER ERDE (1970) meets a sorry end, an…

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  • LaborBerlin beim Stuttgarter Filmwinter

    Alle Macht der Super-8! Am kommenden Samstag, den 21. Januar, werden LaborBerlin Mitglieder Anja Dornieden und Juan David Gonzalez einen Super8-Workshop für Kinder beim Stuttgarter Filmwinter unterrichten. Die Teilnehmer werden ihre eigenen Schwarz-Weiß-Filme drehen und anschließend entwickeln. Die Ergebnisse des Workshops werden am Abend in einer öffentlichen Präsentation gezeigt. Download der Programmbroschüre

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