November 2017, arsenal cinema

Serial Germany

Due the impression made by the much invoked "golden age" of US pay television, the necessary renewal of the German television series has been the subject of considerable discussion over the last years. Today, seven years after Dominik Graf’s milestone "Im Angesicht des Verbrechens" (2010), a new generation of German television series makers is at work, most of whom with make clear reference to the American model. With Serial Germany, the dffb and their post-graduate program Serial Eyes is seeking to enter into conversation with those working in current productions. The questions here include production conditions, the role of the “American model”, but also what serial narration means in both aesthetic and social terms. We are expecting guests Tom Tykwer, Achim von Borries, Uli Hanisch, Marvin Kren, Hanno Hackfort, Richard Kropf, Bob Konrad, Christian Schwochow, Oliver Kienle, Jana Burbach, Jan Galli, Jan Bonny, Alex Wissel, and Hans-Christian Schmid. Individual episodes from different series will be shown to accompany the program (ch) (10.–12.11.)

arsenal cinema: Serial Germany

11:00 am Cinema 1

Das Verschwinden

Das Verschwinden Hans-Christian Schmid
Germany 2017 Digital file approx. 60 min
Admission free

arsenal cinema: Serial Germany

12:30 pm Cinema 1

Thousand Faces

Thousand Faces
Discussion with Hans-Christian Schmid, Moderated by
Christoph Hochhäusler
In German
Admission free

arsenal cinema: Magical History Tour
 – Painting in Motion

07:30 pm Cinema 2

Sajat Nova

Sajat Nova The Colour of the Pomegranates
Sergej Paradjanow USSR 1968 DCP OV/EnS 79 min
2014 restauriert von der Cineteca di Bologna/L’Immagine Ritrovata und dem Film Foundation’s
World Cinema Project in Zusammenarbeit mit dem National Cinema Centre of Armenia und
Gosfilmofond, Moskau und mit finanzieller Unterstützung durch das Material World Charitable
Foundation und die Film Foundation

arsenal cinema: Retrospective: Pascale Ferran

08:00 pm Kino 1

Bird People

Bird People Pascale Ferran
F 2014 Mit Anaïs Demoustier, Josh Charles, Roschdy Zem
DCP OmE 128 min