January 2017, arsenal cinema

School Cinema – The Future of Remembrance

VOICES FROM THE ATTIC, 1988

As part of our School Cinema series on cinematic recollections of the Holocaust, in January we are offering two programs for school classes in the Arsenal. Debbie Goodstein's films VOICES FROM THE ATTIC (USA 1988) and ECHOES FROM THE ATTIC (USA 2015, 23. & 24.1.) circle around an attic in the Polish village of Urzejowice in which a couple named Grocholski hid 16 members of the director's family from the Nazis. In two trips 25 years apart, Goodstein traveled to Poland to learn more about the history of her family and their rescuers.
WAS BLEIBT WHAT REMAINS
(Gesa Knolle, Birthe Templin, Germany 2008, 25. & 26.1.) takes as its subject a family’s coming to terms with the Holocaust. Through the montage, a dialogue occurs between the relatives of a German-Jewish camp survivor and those of a camp overseer.
Please register in advance at distribution@arsenal-berlin.de
by 13.1.

The project is supported by the foundation Erinnerung, Verantwortung und Zukunft (EVZ) (Memory, Responsibility and the Future).

arsenal cinema: Big Cinema, Small Cinema #8: Portraits

04:00 pm Cinema 1


Envios 26

A Portrait of Ga

First Weeks

Franz

Japan März 2014

In the Street

Envios 26 Jeannette Muñoz Chile 2013 16 mm 6 min
*A Portrait of Ga Margaret Tait USA 1952 16 mm 4 min
First Weeks Robert Beavers USA 2014 16 mm 3 min
*Franz Ute Aurand Germany 2011 16 mm 5 min
Japan März 2014 Renate Sami Germany 2016 16 mm 5 min
*In the Street Helen Levitt, James Agee, Janice Loeb USA 1948 16 mm 16 min

Moderated by Ute Aurand, Robert Beavers
arsenal cinema: Magical History Tour – The Kammerspielfilm

07:00 pm Cinema 2


Niemandsland

*Niemandsland Victor Trivas
Germany 1931 With Ernst Busch 35 mm 80 min

arsenal cinema: Frank Capra Retrospective

07:30 pm Cinema 1


The Strong Man

The Strong Man USA 1926
With Harry Langdon, Gertrude Astor, Priscilla Bonner
35 mm OV 75 min
Showing first: Fultah Fisher's Boarding House USA 1921
35 mm OV 12 min
Preserved by the Library of Congress

Eunice Martins on piano