12. LICHTSPIELKLUB BRITISH SHORTS - KURZFILMFESTIVAL

12. LICHTSPIELKLUB
KURZFILMFESTIVAL
17.–23.1.2019
Sputnik Kino, Acudkino,
City Kino Wedding
HAU Hebbel am Ufer &
Kino Zukunft



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"Crossing Borders" – Festivalworkshop & 48-Stunden-Filmprojekt


Der Workshop wird von den Filmdozenten Dave Green und John Digance (London/Luton) geleitet, die erfolgreich akademische und kreative Kurse an Universitäten und anderen Filmschulen in Großbritannien, Schweden, Spanien, Russland und China geleitet haben.


John Digence und Dave Green: "This year’s workshop will again centre on the idea of Crossing Borders. As an antidote to Trump in the US and the UK vote to leave the EU this is your opportunity to make a film challenging isolation and fear. In the open and cosmopolitan city of Berlin we would like to show there is some hope in the world by screening both existing films and your new films about crossing boundaries and barriers, not erecting them. Explore through sound and image the theme of Crossing Borders. Students will watch and discuss short British Experimental Films that are related to the workshop topic – and make, in a day, their own films about crossing borders in Berlin – borders that may be geographical, psychological, physical, abstract, sexual or any you can imagine decide to cross."


Der Workshop wird komplett in englischer Sprache stattfinden. Eigenes technisches Equipment (Kamera und Schnitt) wird vorrausgesetzt. Wir sind stärker an Ideen als an Technik interessiert, eine einfache Ausrüstung reicht also.



Workshop-Termine
Sa 13.1., 12 Uhr bis 17 Uhr, Sputnik Kino: Einführung, Lectures und Screenings zum Thema
Sa 13.1. bis Mo 15.1.: Lectures und Arbeit an den 48-Stunden-Filmen
Mo 15.1., 19.30 Uhr, Sputnik Kino: Präsentation der 48-Stundenfilme (Eintritt frei)

Anmeldungen und weitere Infos unter mail(at)lichtspielklub(punkt)de


Hier innerhalb von 48 Stunden produzierte Filme aus "British Shorts"-Workshops der letzten Festivalausgaben:




















John Digance ...
is a practice and theory film teacher in universities and the community in Britain and further afield. His interests are in International Cinema, the links between documentary and fiction, experimental work and breaking down the barriers between all art forms, especially the still and moving image. He has made several documentary and experimental films.


Dave Green ...
is the course leader of the MA Documentary at The University of Bedfordshire and a visiting tutor at universities in China, Pakistan and Sweden. His main interest is in all forms of storytelling and removing the false divisions between various disciplines. He has made a wide range of documentary films and is currently developing a practice based research project exploring, self inscription, psychogeography and the situationists.


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