November 2017, arsenal cinema

Big Cinema, Small Cinema #15 – 
We Draw History

LANAS GESCHICHTE, 2017

Two years ago, Lana left Iraq to flee to Europe with her husband and young son. Thousands of people from Syria, Iran, and Iraq made the same journey as her – looking for a secure, perhaps better life. During her journey, Lana’s cellphone containing all the images of her trip was stolen. Together with children, the vast majority of whom are refugees or have a migration background, the artists of the Arsenal film studio created drawings of the family’s journey to Europe, which were first combined into a short, partly animated film and then augmented with an individual sound montage. With the filmmakers in attendance, the school children present LANAS GESCHICHTE (Germany 2017) together with their sound composition. (af) Moderation: Anna Faroqhi, Haim Peretz, Stefanie Schlüter. Funded by the Kultur macht stark program – Bündnisse für Bildung: KidsFilm – Kinder ins Kino (Arbeitsgemeinschaft Kino-Gilde deutscher Filmkunsttheater e.V.) (19.11.)

arsenal cinema: Big Cinema, Small Cinema #15 – 
We Draw History

04:00 pm Cinema 1


Lanas Geschichte

Lanas Geschichte Anna Faroqhi, Haim Peretz Germany 2017
German version with live music DCP 12 min

Lana Hussien, Didar Omar, students of the Konrad-Agahd-Grundschule in person Moderated by Anna Faroqhi, Haim Peretz, Stefanie Schlüter
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04:30 pm Cinema 2


Tant qu'on vit

Tant qu’on vit Dani Kouyaté Burkina Faso/Sweden 2016
Digital file OV/EnS 90 min

Followed by a discussion with Dani Kouyaté
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07:00 pm Cinema 1


The Revolution Won't Be Televised

The Revolution Won’t Be Televised Rama Thiaw
Senegal 2016 DCP OV/GeS 110 min

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07:30 pm Cinema 2


Goya

*Goya Konrad Wolf GDR 1971
35 mm 134 min

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09:00 pm Cinema 1


I Am Not a Witch

I Am Not a Witch Rungano Nyoni
Zambia/France/Germany/UK 2017
DCP OV/GeS 98 min