Juni 2011, kino arsenal

Ludwig Wittgenstein at the Movies

SO IS THIS, 1982

Philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein was a passionate cinemagoer. He loved musicals and westerns in particular; Fred Astaire and Carmen Miranda were his idols. He always sat in the front row and saw the visits to the cinema that followed his lectures as a sort of relaxing "shower". Numerous filmmakers such as Derek Jarman, Péter Forgács, Stan Brakhage and Michael Snow have explored Wittgenstein and his work in an explicit manner. To coincide with the "Ludwig Wittgenstein. Verortungen eines Genies" exhibition on show at the Schwules Museum until June 13, clips will be shown from films that Wittgenstein particularly rated as well as from works that were inspired by him. Wolfgang Müller (Die Tödliche Doris), who provided the soundtrack for Wittgenstein's trip to Iceland with his friend David Pinsent, will be providing a musical accompaniment. (Kristina Jaspers) (June 7)

kino arsenal: Black Light

19:30 Kino 1

Losing Ground

Losing Ground Kathleen Collins USA 1982
Mit Seret Scott , Bill Gunn, Duane Jones
DCP OF 86 min

kino arsenal: Black Light

21:30 Kino 1

Ganja & Hess

Ganja & Hess Bill Gunn USA 1973
Mit Duane Jones, Marlene Clark, Bill Gunn
Digital file OF 112 min


22:00 Haus der Kulturen der Welt

Her Name Was Europa

Dear Animal

Her Name Was Europa Anja Dornieden & Juan David González Monroy  
D 2020 OmE 76 min
Vorfilm: Dear Animal Maha Maamoun Ägypten 2016 OmE 25 min

Zu Gast: Anja Dornieden & Juan David González Monroy