January 2018, arsenal cinema

Helga Fanderl: How I shoot, how I program and how I show films

LEOPARD, 2012

The artist Helga Fanderl will present her film oeuvre in a lecture and provide an introduction to her practice of making  and screening films, with a Super8 camera and examples of films. Her over 600 films - edited in the camera itself - are complex dialogues with the sensual and graphic qualities of the exterior world, animals, people, structures, light. Details that are constantly and discreetly altered, zooms, changing speeds, repetition, flickering produce an energy that remains committed to the ephemeral and the small form. “Visible and invisible, abandon to an object (and abandon of oneself) and abandon to oneself meet.” (Helga Fanderl)

A  Seminar for Film Studies at the FU Berlin event in conjunction with  Volker Pantenburg's "Distribution Studies" lecture and Madeleine Bernstorff's "auto-fiction" seminar. (mb) (17.1.)

arsenal cinema: Helga Fanderl: How I shoot, how I program and how I show films

07:00 pm Cinema 2


Lecture von Helga Fanderl

Lecture by Helga Fanderl with film examples on Super8
approx. 70 min

arsenal cinema: Ernst Lubitsch Retrospective (2)

07:30 pm Cinema 1


Madame Dubarry

Madame Dubarry Germany 1919
With Pola Negri, Emil Jannings, Harry Liedtke, Reinhold Schünzel
Tinted version 35 mm German and French Intertitles 115 min

Eunice Martins on grand piano
arsenal cinema: Helga Fanderl: How I shoot, how I program and how I show films

09:00 pm Cinema 2


Filme von 2001 bis 2016

Films 2001 - 2016: The Color RunMona LisaLöwenkopfbrunnen
Gasometer II Schlittenfahren Im SchneeFür M.Wassertanz II
SchlittschuhlaufenUnter dem WasserfallKanalbrückeNacht am Kanal
SchneefallWeiße Blumen für P.WildgänseLeopardLaubRostContainer
GläserGelbe BlätterStrom
16 mm silent approx. 60 min