July 2012, arsenal cinema

Living Archive

In July, Eunice Martins presents the first part of her "Pieces for the Archive" project, a live composition drawing on short films from the Arsenal archive, including those by Eugene Deslaw and Richard Serra. Taking these short films as a starting point, which themselves experiment with image and sound and how they can be combined or treated separately, a performance piece will be created live by Eunice Martins (piano) and Mehmet Can Özer (live electronics) in the auditorium which reflects, enters into dialogue with, departs from or pauses the short films included in the program. (July 7)

Artist and performer Vaginal Davis invites audiences to attend her new series "Rising Stars, Falling Stars: We Must Have Music!"

On July 1, a screening of Jean-Marie Straub’s and Danièle Huillet's ZU FRÜH, ZU SPÄT will be presented and discussed by Goethe Institute Living Archive fellow Ala Younis and project participant Tobias Hering. Our monthly screenings of films from the Arsenal archive selected by participants of the Living Archive project will take place on July 24 and August 13. Admission is free, the program will be announced shortly beforehand.

arsenal cinema: "Heroes" Children's Exhibition

04:00 pm Cinema 2


Vorstadtkrokodile

Vorstadtkrokodile Wolfgang Becker FRG 1977 From 6 years DigiBeta GV 88 min

arsenal cinema: Living Archive

04:15 pm Cinema 1


Zu früh, zu spät

Zu früh, zu spät Danièle Huillet, Jean-Marie Straub France/Egypt 1980 16 mm GV 104 min

Followed by a discussion with Ala Younis and Tobias Hering
arsenal cinema: Magical History Tour - No Man's Lands and Shady Underbellies in Film

07:00 pm Cinema 2


Die 3-Groschen-Oper

Die 3-Groschen-Oper The Threepenny Opera G.W. Pabst Germany 1931

With Rudolf Forster, Reinhold Schünzel, Fritz Rasp, Lotte Lenya 35 mm GV 112 min

arsenal cinema: Heinz Emigholz: The Architecture Films

08:00 pm Cinema 1


Eine Serie von Gedanken

Eine Serie von Gedanken A Series of Thoughts Miscellanea IV–VII, Photography and beyond – 15–18 Germany 1986–2012 HDCam 91 min