November 2017, arsenal cinema

SchoolCinemaWeeks 2017

BARAKAH MEETS BARAKAH, 2016

Arsenal is represented at the SchoolCinemaWeeks with two films: the documentary SAUERBRUCH HUTTON ARCHITEKTEN (Harun Farocki, Germany 2013, 17.11.) and the feature BARAKAH MEETS BARAKAH (Mahmoud Sabbagh, Saudi Arabia 2016, 20.11.). SAUERBRUCH HUTTON ARCHITEKTEN gives insights into the work of the Berlin architecture office of Louisa Hutton and Matthias Sauerbruch, who are primarily known for the striking colors of their façade designs. The film hones the gaze for architecture, product design, and urban planning just as it does for working processes. Constructed space is able to be experienced as designed space. In the Saudi Arabian romantic comedy BARAKAH MEETS BARAKAH, civil official Barakah meets Bibi, who is a well-known blogger and model. But how are the two of them supposed to get to know each other better in a country that views any form of dating with total hostility? With breathtaking flair, Bibi and Barakah subvert the system of tradition, labels, and religious police. (sts) Registration at www.schulkinowochen-berlin.de

arsenal cinema: AFRIKAMERA 2017: Talking about Sahel

07:00 pm Cinema 2


Ouagadougou Shorts

Ouagadougou Shorts Short film program
Burkina Faso 2016–2017 Digital file OV/EnS approx. 60 min

Followed by a discussion with Moustapha Sawadogo (Producer) uad Aino Laberenz (Festspielhaus Afrika gGmbH) in collaboration with Festspielhaus Afrika gGmbH
arsenal cinema: Magical History Tour
 – Painting in Motion

08:00 pm Cinema 1


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: AFRIKAMERA 2017: Talking about Sahel

09:00 pm Cinema 2


Ceddo

*Ceddo Ousmane Sembène Senegal 1977
35 mm OV/GeS 116 min