April 2019, arsenal cinema

Documentary Positions

ZAPLYV, 2015

The UdK’s film institute presents new monographies by graduates of the Art and Media program. In his documentary GONE, Jin Xingzheng accompanies two families in a run-down, nearly abandoned village in the remote province of Central Zhejiang in Eastern china, the left-behind losers of modernity who are struggling to survive. Yalda Afsah's and Ginan Seidl's documentary short BOY is the portrait of a 13-year-old girl who grows up as a boy in Masar-e-Scharif/Afghanistan, a film about roles determined by society and the fight for self-determination. Kristina Paustian’s experimental documentary ZAPLYV examines the life of a drop-out commune in Russia. The film won the Arte Documentary Film Prize at the Duisburger Filmwoche. Marta Popivoda shows her installation MASS ORNAMENT #1. WATCH OUT FOR GORILLAS IN YOUR MIDST! in the foyer – a complex reflection on mass events in the last years of Yugoslavia. Attended by the filmmakers. (ta) (30.4.)

arsenal cinema: filmPOLSKA – Camera Art – Guest: Julian Kernbach

07:30 pm Cinema 2


Via Carpatia

Via Carpatia Klara Kochańska, Kasper Bajon
Poland/Czech Republic/Macedonia 2018
DCP OV/GeS 75 min

Julian A. Ch. Kernbach in person
arsenal cinema: Documentary Positions

08:00 pm Cinema 1


Gone

Boy

Zaplyv

Mass Ornament #1. Watch Out for Gorillas in Your Midst!

Gone Jin Xingzheng Germany/China 2015
Digital file 78 min
Boy Yalda Afsah, Ginan Seidl Germany 2015
Digital file 30 min
Zaplyv Schwimmer Kristina Paustian Germany 2015
Digital file 77 min
Mass Ornament #1. Watch Out for Gorillas in Your Midst!
Marta Popivoda Serbia/Germany 2014
3 channel installatin in the Foyer 24 min

Followed by a discussion with the filmmakers Moderated by Thomas Arslan