August 2012, arsenal cinema

"Heroes" Children's Exhibition

DIE VORSTADTKROKODILE, 1977

To coincide with the children's exhibition "Heroes" (Filmhaus, 4th floor), the Deutsche Kinemathek – Museum für Film und Fernsehen is presenting a "hero" film on the last Sunday of every month. The first adaptation of Max von der Grün’s children's book DIE VORSTADTKROKODILE (1977) is showing on July 1. In order to join the "Suburban Crocodile Club", you have to pass a dangerous test of nerves, which is not easy for the paraplegic Kurt. Together, the club members manage to uncover a crime. It’s a very different story for the heroic Harry Potter, who follows the call to Hogwarts to attend wizard school and finds himself standing on platform 9 ¾ for the first time. In HARRY POTTER AND THE PHILOSOPHER'S STONE (July 29), he gets to know the secrets of the magic school. The exciting documentary film program JUNGE HELDEN (August 26) is about everyday heroes and is presented by doxs, the Duisberg Documentary Film Festival for Children and Young People. Free entry with the "Superhero Pass", which can be obtained at the exhibition.

arsenal cinema: IntroSpective Uzi Parnes and Ela Troyano are our guests

07:00 pm Cinema 2


Sex Piers

Queer Love Poem

Seven Days With the Same Dick

Happy Mother's Day

Batterer

Memorimorti

Uzi Parnes: Queer Love – The HOMOVIES

Sex Piers 1978–1983 Slide Show

Queer Love Poem 1991 Super 8 12 min

Seven Days With the Same Dick 1992 Mini DV 17 min

Happy Mother's Day 1993 Mini DV 5 min

Batterer 1995 Mini DV 28 min

Memorimorti 2010 Mini DV 23 min

Uzi Parnes in conversation with Daniel Hendrickson
arsenal cinema: Magical History Tour - City Symphonies

08:00 pm Cinema 1


Suite Habana

Suite Habana Suite Havanna

Fernando Pérez Cuba 2003 35 mm without dialogue 80 min

arsenal cinema: IntroSpective Uzi Parnes and Ela Troyano are our guests

09:00 pm Cinema 2


Latin Boys Go To Hell

David Does Venus

Ela Troyano: Program 2

Latin Boys Go To Hell 1997 Beta 66 min

David Does Venus and other short films 1984 – 1989 16 mm 40 min

Ela Troyano in conversation with Jürgen Brüning