Concerts, festival party, Open Screening and more!
Once more „British Shorts“ presents an interesting and packed programme with concerts, parties, exhibitions, an Open Screening and more. Follow us on Facebook for news.
Concert: Marzipan Marzipan(Noisepop/LoFi/Electronic)
Marzipan Marzipan is a Lo-Fi miracle! The Italian one-woman-project lets much loved songs like Too Drunk To F*ck or I Will Survive blossom in a completely new style and knows all too well that toy instruments are not only for kids.
Concert: Justine Electra(Electronic)
The Australian Justine Electra, based in Berlin, combines folk songs with electro, radio noises with balalaikas just as well as classic piano with unsettling guitar sounds. She handles the fine art of programming a less smooth sample in a way that a rhythm grows into it and constructs songs which are deeply touching.
DJ-Set: Wild Zero(Electro/Rock'n'Roll/Discotrash)
Old School, New School, No School. Vinyl fetishist DJ Wild Zero from Get Action! Club in Berlin promises a wild set with Electro, Rock'n'Roll, Soul, Garage und Disco. Kick out the chairs!
Concert: Sorry Gilberto(Antifolk, Noisepop)
Since 2007 Sorry Gilberto travel through clubs, cafes, theatres, living rooms and backyards of let’s say Europe and sing of Tapirs, rooftops, masterpieces, imaginary academies and the cruelty of art. To be reckless, with great attention to detail, is something Silver Jews and Pavement have done pretty well. Sorry Gilberto combines this with the immediacy of folk songs and the more glamorous quotes and language of pop.
DJ-Set: Foxy Boxer No.1(Indie/Electro/Discotrash)
The British Shorts bar is visiting Ballhaus Ost – with DJ Foxy Boxer No.1 (We Destroy Disko!) and a weird mix of Electro, Rock'n'Roll and Discotrash - "Don't underestimate the power of a punch from a Foxy Boxer!"
British Shorts and Spunik Kino once more invites you to a special edition of Open Screening with the theme Great Britain. Open Screening means: Everyone brings a short film (in whose production you have been involved) and presents it to the audience. Ideally, it fits within the Great Britain theme and your film must not be longer than 25 minutes. The audience can directly react if they don't like what they see by showing a red card – if the majority shows the red card the screening will be stopped. Presented by Alfred Hackepeter.
British Shorts-Exhibition - Drawings, Photography, Video
The British Shorts exhibition project at Sputnik Kinobar presents photographies, special screenings by award winning experimental filmmakers such as Kate Rowles and Ian Pons Jewell, photography by Alice Dellal, drawings by Henry Miller and more (details to be announced soon).
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