December 2019, arsenal cinema

70 mm: DUNE

DUNE, 1984

In the 11th millennium, opposing nobles battle for power in an outer space colonized by humanity. The desert planet of Arrakis, known as Dune, has a particular significance, because the coveted spice, a consciousness-expanding drug which extends life expectation, can be mined there and nowhere else. David Lynch’s adaptation of the science fiction novel of the same name DUNE (USA 1984) by Frank Herbert brings together an illustrious star ensemble: alongside Kyle MacLachlan, who made his feature debut here before becoming famous with Lynch’s Blue Velvet and Twin Peaks, are Dean Stockwell, musician Sting, Max von Sydow, Jürgen Prochnow, Sean Young, who had recently gained fame for Blade Runner, and Silvana Mangano in her penultimate big-screen role. The soundtrack is just as heterogeneous, which was played by Brian Eno and mainstream rockers Toto. We are showing a contemporary 70-mm-magnetic sound print. (hjf) (12.12.)

arsenal cinema: FU Seminar: Was Does the Music Do with the Film?

06:00 pm Cinema 2


Inflation

Play

Sans lune

Lint Lent Land

Room of Chromatic Mystery

Pacific 23

Rhythmus 21

Polizeibericht Überfall

*Inflation Hans Richter Germany 1928 DCP 4 min
*Play Christoph Girardet, Matthias Müller Germany 2003 Digital file 8 min
*Sans lune Sophie Watzlawick CH/Germany 2017 16 mm 8 min
*Lint Lent Land Isabell Spengler Germany 2009 35 mm 9 min
*Room of Chromatic Mystery Arthur & Corinne Cantrill Australia 2006 DCP OV 8 min
*Pacific 231 Jean Mitry F 1949 35 mm OV 11 min
*Rhythmus 21 Hans Richter Germany 1921 16 mm 2 min
*Polizeibericht Überfall Ernö Metzner Germany 1928 16 mm 16 min

arsenal cinema: 70 mm: DUNE

08:00 pm Cinema 1


Dune

Dune David Lynch USA 1984
With Kyle MacLachlan, Sting, Max von Sydow, Dean Stockwell, Silvana Mangano, Jürgen Prochnow
70 mm OV 137 min

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08:00 pm Cinema 2


Desert View

*Desert View Daniel Kötter, Constanze Fischbeck and the Barakat family
Germany 2018 Digital file OV/EnS 83 min

Constanze Fischbeck in person