September 2015, arsenal cinema

Berlin Premier: KURZE ECKE

KURZE ECKE, 2014

Sunday in a Hamburg pub. The fact that it's election day is only alluded to casually. There are soccer pennants and old photos on the walls. The punters drink, smoke, chat, do puzzles and play cards. Even the second-to-last loser wins a prize. They are mostly regulars, workers, former seafarers and pensioners - the average age is well above 50. The landlady took over the bar 25 years ago after her husband died. Now, it's in the gentrified district of Großneumarkt - how long will it survive? At a time when traditional pubs are disappearing from the urban landscape, in KURZE ECKE (G 2014) Bernd Schoch spends a whole day observing the bar, its customers and what is happening. A document of a social environment emerges from the banter, the stories and the emphatic black-and-white shots of faces, as well as of a place whose value as a social meeting point and second living room should not be underestimated. (bik) (1.9.)


arsenal cinema: Filmmakers' Choice

07:00 pm Cinema 2


Regardez moi cela suffit

10 Feet, 1000 Frames

Artype

Word Movie

End After 9

One

Remedial Reading Comprehension

Television Delivers People

Gloria

Zefiro Torna or Scenes from the Life of George Maciunas

End After 9
*Regardez moi cela suffit Benjamin Vautier USA 1962 16 mm 7 min
*10 Feet, 1000 Frames George Maciunas 1966 16 mm 1 min
*Artype George Maciunas USA 1966 16 mm 3 min
*Word Movie Paul Sharits USA 1966 16 mm 1 min
*End After 9 George Maciunas USA 1966 16 mm 1 min
*One Yoko Ono USA 1966 16 mm 5 min
*Remedial Reading Comprehension George Landow USA 1970 16 mm 5 min
*Television Delivers People Richard Serra USA 1973 DVD 6 min
*Gloria Hollis Frampton USA 1979 16 mm 10 min
*Zefiro Torna or Scenes from the Life of George Maciunas
Jonas Mekas USA 1992 16 mm 37 min

Presented by Martin Ebner
arsenal cinema: Magical History Tour – 
Production Design

07:30 pm Cinema 1


Dogville

Dogville Lars von Trier Denmark/Sweden/France 2003
With Nicole Kidman, Paul Bettany, Lauren Bacall
35 mm OV/GeS 178 min