Berlinale Blog – From Switchblade to Kitchen Knife: Tim Raue

     |    Wednesday, der 15. February 2017

By Andrew Horn For purposes of complete disclosure, I am not so interested in haute cuisine. A) I just can’t afford it and b) I don’t understand the “importance” just as I don’t understand the urgency that some people have about fashion. But that’s just me and for purposes of even more disclosure I did 

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Partnerprofil: Missing Films

     |    Tuesday, der 7. June 2016

missingFILMs – das sind Filme, die man auf der großen Leinwand und im gemütlichen Heimkino sonst vermissen würde. Bereits seit 2007 bringt der Berliner Verleih Filme heraus, die künstlerisch wertvoll sind und die man Filmbegeisterten nicht vorenthalten sollte. Das Team von missingFILMs liebt bewegte und bewegende Bilder, deshalb konnte es langfristige Beziehungen zu wichtigen Regisseuren 

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Berlin Art Film Festival – Take 2

     |    Friday, der 4. December 2015  |     12

The second edition of the Berlin Art Film Festival cheerfully disregards the tyranny of the premiere to assemble a selection of works old and new on “poetry, politics and porn“, as the festival motto boldly proclaims. The program not so much dissects the hot button topics of the day – although that function is certainly 

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Drama Queen: Kerstin Cmelka Presents Her Media Art Series „Mikrodramen“ at Berlin’s Lichtblick Cinema

     |    Friday, der 27. November 2015  |     5

While artist-filmmaker Kerstin Cmelka is prepping her latest opus „Animals“ (featuring her partner in crime, the Berlin-based Renaissance man Mario Mentrup), Cmelka will provide a rare opportunity to see her multimedia series “Mikrodramen“ on Saturday, November 28, 20:15 at the Lichtblick cinema in Berlin’s Prenzlauer Berg district. “Mikrodramen” is an ongoing collection of live and 

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Dueling Music Videos: RM486 vs. Übermorgen

     |    Sunday, der 27. September 2015  |     3

Perusing Social Media this weekend yielded two clips for electronica acts that deal with identity, gender and the pleasure of mise-en-scène. Rose McGowan, actress („Grindhouse: Planet Terror“, „Scream“, „The Doom Generation“) director and vocal critic of gender inequality in Hollywood (bless ‚er), is consolidating the music career she has been pursuing as a sideline with 

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