New at Wolf & weekly programme from August 3

Dear Wolfgang,


An eventful week full of workshops and discussions lies behind us. We had guests from the UK and from the US  & here from Berlin, and spoke about possibilities, strategies and philosophies of distributing (independent) film. It was exciting to hear what's happening in the rest of the world, what challenges films are faced with in other countries simply to be seen in cinemas - but it was also inspiring to witness the sheer creative force that can be used to light up people's passion for film. Huge thanks go to the workshop participants and our dear guest speakers.

Because summer holidays have started – and don't we all want to go to the sea! – we're bringing a wonderful Studio Ghibli film by Oscar winner Hayao Miyazaki to our screens: PONYO (the German version), the golden fish from the sea that wants to become a human girl. We're showing the film every day at 4pm.

Your last chance for AXOLOTL OVERKILL (with English subtitles!) is today at 6.15pm, so hurry up! 

And please highlight 14th of August in your calendar because director Thomas Arslan is coming to Wolf! We are so thrilled and are looking forward to speak with him about his latest film HELLE NÄCHTE (screened with English subtitles at Wolf) that was shown in Berlinale's Competition this year.
HELLE NÄCHTE is shown at Wolf from 10th August. 

Machiko's delicious weekly menu with Japanese lunch is here.

Awooooo!
Your wolves

Baby Wolfgang präsentiert: Dark Blood (OmU): Di 10:30 Uhr
Dark Blood (OmU): täglich 12:00, 18:00 Uhr
Meine glückliche Familie (OmU): täglich 13:30, 20:00 Uhr
Der Ornithologe (OmU): täglich 17:45, 22:00 Uhr
Ponyo: Das große Abenteuer am Meer (D): täglich 16 Uhr
Das Sams (OV): Do - Mo, Mi 12:00 Uhr / täglich 15:45 Uhr
Selbstkritik eines bürgerlichen Hundes (OmEU): Do - Mo, Mi 14:00 Uhr / täglich 19:45 Uhr
Space is the Place (OmU): täglich 22:15 Uhr

 

NEW AT WOLF

Ponyo - Das große Abenteuer am Meer
"In PONYO gelingt es dem bald 70-jährigen Filmkünstler Hayao Miyazaki, aus verschiedenen europäischen Märchen und Sagen, verwoben mit japanischer Mystik und Alltagskultur und ausgestaltet durch die für ihn charakteristische, zauberhafte Bildsprache, ein Kunstwerk zu schaffen, das von visueller Virtuosität, berückender Schönheit, ausgelassenem Humor und tiefer Menschlichkeit ist." - NZZ

 

STILL AT WOLF

DARK BLOOD
Regie: George Sluizer, Vereinigtes Königreich, Niederlande, Vereinigte Staaten, 2017, Englisch mit deutschen Untertiteln
"Dark Blood ist ein magischer, mit Herzblut konstruierter Film, der nach 20 Jahren Hin und Her endlich das Licht der Welt erblickt. River Phoenix in seiner letzten Rolle zu sehen ist ein e Genugtuung für alle Fans und Cineasten" (OutNow.ch)

DER ORNITHOLOGE
Regie: Joao Pedro Rodrigues, Brasilien, Frankreich, Portugal, 2017, Portugiesisch/Englisch mit deutschen Untertiteln.
"Ein Film, der nur so strotzt vor seltsamen Geheimnissen und komischen Offenbarungen"(Spiegel Online)

MEINE GLÜCKLICHE FAMILE
Regie: Nana & Simon, Deutschland, Frankreich, Georgien, 2017, Georgisch mit deutschen Untertiteln.
"...der Film [bewegt sich] mit einer großen Selbstverständlichkeit inmitten der vielen Protagonisten, von denen kein Einziger in die Nähe einer Karikatur kommt." (FAZ)

SPACE IS THE PLACE
Regie: John Coney, USA 1974, 82 Minuten, Englisch mit deutschen Untertiteln.
„Eine sozialkritische Sci-Fi-Free-Jazz-Reise“ (Spex)

SELBSTKRITIK EINES BÜRGERLICHEN HUNDES
Regie: Julian Radlmaier. Mit Julian Radlmaier, Deragh Campbell, Beniamin Forthi. Deutschland 2017. 99 Min. Deutsch und Englisch mit englischen und deutschen Untertitlen.
"Ein sehr lustiger deutscher Film, der den Mut hat, sich nicht ernst zu nehmen und gleichzeitig utopisch zu sein, und von der Revolution zu erzählen. Eine politische Komödie." (SWR)

DAS SAMS
Regie: Ben Verbong. Mit: Aglaia Szyszkowitz Armin Rohde Christine Urspruch Eva Mattes Ulrich Noethen. Deutschland 2001, 102 Minuten.
"Ben Verbong ist es großartig gelungen, die anarchistisch liebenswerte Atmosphäre des Originals auf die große Leinwand zu bannen, um das Sams einer jungen Generation nahezubringen." – kino.de
 

SOON AT WOLF


HELLE NÄCHTE - ab 10.8.
Regie: Thomas Arslan, Deutschland, 2017, mit Georg Friedrich, Tristan Göbel, Marie Leuenberger, Deutsch mit englischen Untertiteln
"Helle Nächte zeigt Thomas Arslan in großer Form: Ein neuerlicher Beweis für sein Gespür fürs präzise, intime Drama. Beide Hauptdarsteller glänzen mit ihrem extrem nuancierten Spiel."  Filmmaker Magazine
Am 14.8. wird Regisseur Thomas Arslan zu Gast im Wolf sein!

KEDI - ab 10.8.
Regie: Ceyda Torun, Türkei, 2016.
Kino aus Katzenperspektive: In wunderschönen, berührenden Bildern erhält der Zuschauer Einblicke in das Leben dieser gleichsam anmutigen wie rätselhaften Tiere und ihr außergewöhnliches Verhältnis zu den Menschen Istanbuls. In den USA gelang dem Dokumentarfilm innerhalb kürzester Zeit ein überraschender Box-Office-Erfolg. Pünktlich zum Weltkatzentag am 8. August wollen die samtpfotigen Streuner auch die Herzen der deutschen Kinozuschauer erobern.

DIE HANNAS - ab 10.8.
Regie: Julia C. Kaiser, Deutschland 2016
"Ein Paar auf Abwegen, aberwitzig komisch und tieftraurig. Ein eigenwilliger, überraschender und irrwitziger Liebesfilm." - BR

15.8.: Resisters: Queer Films and Fictions
A programme of queer experimental short films and fictions, premiering Selina Robertson's super-8 film ZEIT ZU ZWEIT (Couple Time) 2015, Isabel Waidner's novel GAUDY BAUBLE (Dostoyevsky Wannabe, 2017) and CAMPBELL X's latest film DES!RE (2017).
 

New at Wolf & Cinema Week July 27

Dear Wolfgang,


Last week, director of THE ORNITHOLOGIST (that you can still see every night at 8.20pm!) João Pedro Rodrigues came back to us to join us for a weekend of two of his films, O FANTASMA and LAST TIME I SAW MACAO. He brought his collaborator and co-director for MACAO, João Rui Guerra da Mata, along with him to speak about past and future projects in Macao.

This week we have even more guests coming! Gareth Evans arrived from London last night to open our Wolf Edition 2 Workshop (that's today and tomorrow) with an introduction, a screening and a lovely discussion round with workshop and audience members in our bar afterwards.
Producer Karen Chien has also arrived for her talk on alternative distribution strategies in North America and China this afternoon and we're looking forward to two days of enthusiastic and inspiring discussions about how we can distribute films that we are passionate.

Right on time for the summer holidays (and the rain season!) Das Sams is coming back to the screen! The anarchical creature will be rocking our cinema – and Herr Taschenbier's life – every day at 12 and 4.20pm.

And Baby Wolfgang on Tuesday will show the 1980's cult classic LA BOUM.

And one more piece of news at the end: we have improved our website a great deal! Check out wolfberlin.org, it is clearer, better structured and we hope that it makes your life easier. And most of all: we think this site can now grow and evolve with us. So here's a shout out to our Wonder Woman, troubleshooter and design queen Maia!

Screening times for this week in the grey box above or, as always, at wolfberlin.org!

Awooooo!
The Wolf Pack

Wolf Edition 2 Workshop

 WOLF EDITION 2 – VIEWING HABITS

Participation: Send us an email to rudel@wolfberlin.org and explain in a few sentences

why you would like to take part. The participation fee of the workshop is €50 including

films and lunch (2x) by Machiko’s Japanese kitchen at Wolf.

Programme Part 1:

 PREVIEW of IN THE LAST DAYS OF THE CITY

Jul 15. Saturday / 4pm / Wolf Kinosaal 1

We will show IN THE LAST DAYS OF THE CITY (with English subtitles) as a preview at

Wolf. Director Tamer El Said as well as the Wolf team will be present to introduce the

concept of the workshop.

 WORKSHOPS

The opening and main part of the workshop will be lead by Gareth Evans, see details

about this in the attachment!

 Jul 25 Tuesday / 7.30 pm / Wolf Kinosaal 1

FURTHER BEYOND by Joe Lawlor and Christine Molloy, Irland, 89 mins, 2016

Public screening and lecture about film curation presented by curator and producer

Gareth Evans (Whitechapel Gallery’s Adjunct Moving Image Curator, Co-curator of

Flipside Festival, Swedenborg Film Festival,Estuary 2018 and Whitstable Biennale).

"Irish co-directors Joe Lawlor and Christine Molloy take their unique approach to cinema

to the next level with Further Beyond. An aptly titled work in every sense, this sui

generis piece is by turns an essay film in the tradition of Chris Marker (San Soleil) and

Patrick Keiller (London), a documentary, and a quirky drama about loss and exile.

There’s moving footage of Lawlor’s late mother whose life is sketched here, riffs on ideas

about photography and representation found in Susan Sontag and Walter Benjamin, and

a series of cinematic “notes” or tests towards a biopic about the 18th-century Irish

adventurer Ambrose O’Higgins (played by Jose Miguel Jimenez) that Lawlor and Molloy

may or may not have ever intended to produce for real. Exceedingly playful and

intellectually stimulating, Further Beyond is not for lightweights. But for those who care

about film-making that pushes against what’s possible – and fundable – in an age of

cautious, cookie-cutter comic-book franchises and safe-bet awards bait, this is essential

viewing."

- Leslie Felperin, The Guardian

 Jul 26. Wednesday / 10am to 6pm / Wolf Studio

9.30pm: Arriving

10 to 12.30 pm and 1.30 to 3pm:

Gareth Evans presents his "Strategy for Distribution in an Altered Age: CARE“ and will

discuss with workshop participants why the established model of distribution doesn’t

work anymore for the majority of films. In the workshop, he will lay out why new way of

thinking about what the cultural production of cinema means, in a globalised, multiplatform

world, is urgently required.

4-6pm:

Karin Chien of dGenerate Films presents alternative and new models of distribution in

China and North America.

 Jul 26 Wednesday / 7.30pm / Wolf Studio

Public film screening of PLAY ME SOMETHING by Timothy Neat, UK, 72 mins, 1989

"Novelist, poet, playwright, artist, critic and commentator, John Berger is something of a

Renaissance man. Here he adds a couple more strings to his bow, collaborating with

director Timothy Neat to bring one of his own short stories to the screen, and appearing

in the film as the mysterious storyteller: wandering across the sands in black suit and

hat, suggesting both an enigmatic man with no name drifted in from the Highlands and

Orson Welles avuncular MC in ‘F for Fake’. A story, he says, is like an open ticket, and so

it is, as a handful of men and women await the plane for Glasgow on the Hebridean isle

of Barra, which boasts Britain’s only tidal runway. Amongst them are visitors, a young

woman (Tilda Swinton) setting off for a job on the mainland, the locals who have charge

of the airport and in their midst, Berger. Jaunty, vibrant and expansive, he makes a

mesmerizing storyteller, and his tale, on the face of it a simple yarn of a peasant’s

weekend trip to Venice, becomes a complex exploration of people and places, factories

and farms, sex, politics, musicways of being. The film quite naturally takes on myriad

textures: colour and black/white, 35mm and blown-up 16mm footage, and, for the story

within the story, still photographs by the exemplary Jean Mohr. Berger and Neat have

discovered that there is a useful application for post modernism after all, the better to

tell a tale."

- Tom Charity, from Time Out

 Jul 27 Thursday / 10am to 4pm / Wolf Studio

10am to 1pm:

Recap and discussion with Verena von Stackelberg about cinema programming

distribution strategies and IN THE LAST DAYS OF THE CITY.

2 to 4pm:

Jürgen Pohl (Salzgeber Film Distribution) gives insight into the world of film distribution.

 Aug 1 and 2 Tuesday & Wednesday / 11am to 3pm/ Wolf Studio

The workshop participants meet and draw up alternative PR strategies for IN THE LAST

DAYS OF THE CITY. They are also encouraged to organise events around the film

themselves. These can take place in August and September and extend to after the

release date of the film as well.

 

 FURTHER PUBLIC EVENTS IN AUGUST AND SEPTEMBER WITH REGARD TO THE

CINEMA RELEASE OF “IN THE LAST DAYS OF THE CITY”

 

ATTACHMENT

GARETH EVANS: CARE – A Strategy for Distribution in an Altered Age

When will we begin to learn from what is being born instead of what is dying?

– Murray Bookchin

It is widely known now that the long-established model of film distribution - a journey

from festival premiere, to national theatrical release, home entertainment release and

even television broadcast - is now over for the majority of works. Financially,

technologically, socially, politically: everything has changed. A new way of thinking

about what the cultural production of cinema means, in a globalised, multi-platform

world, is urgently required.

One possible way forward might appear at first glance to be a navigation back, to

sources: of creativity, purpose,community, finance and even language.

Curation derives from the Latin, curare, meaning 'to care'.

In this context, curation does not only mean the arrangement of finished works but the

attention given to the entire spectrum of production, from idea to audience, and beyond,

to the ripple effect of the work's presence in the world, at whatever scale.

The most important quality one can display in this new mode of engagement with the

challenges and successes of collective, creative making is attention...

Attention is the rarest and purest form of generosity.

– Simone Weil

...Attention to all parts of the process outlined above.

In this day long workshop - bracketed by two evening film events, Gareth Evans will

work with participants on how these significant questions might be addressed to multiple

forms of filmic production, from short and artists' film, through documentary and hybrid

forms, to world and independent cinema. With screenings, discussion, exercises and by

example, the sessions will consider how one can best direct one's creative, emotional

and life energies towards the making of work that itself might make a difference.

To be truly radical is to make hope possible, rather than despair convincing.

– Raymond Williams

Onwards!

Wolf news and weekly programme June 22

Dear Wolfgang,

We finally have proper benches in front of Wolf's windows, come by and test them! They're coming in handy for all our new lunch guests who are enjoying Machiko's wonderful Japanese dishes. Come by every weekday between 12 and 3pm (and find this week's menu here)!

Athina Rachel Tsangari was here for a film talk with Ulrich Köhler last night and our wolf den was bursting at the seams with what felt like half of Berlin's film making scene which made us very happy.
Julian Radlmaier was there as well for an impromptu film talk with film students and will be back tonight for a double bill of his EIN PROLETARISCHES WINTERMÄRCHEN and SELF-CRITICISM OF A BOURGEOIS DOG.

And finally we are expecting a hotly anticipated visitor: novelist and filmmaker Helene Hegemann is going to present AXOLOTL OVERKILL on 27. June - a film that took Sundance by storm and a truly crazy, unexpected film adaptation that's not to be missed.

New this week for kids is the film HILFE, MEIN LEHRER IST EIN FROSCH (in the German version) and for everyone else there's LIFE, ANIMATED (English with German subtitles) and the Neukölln documentary ACT! WER BIN ICH (in German).

See you soon & Awooooo

^..^ 

Wolf Kinoprogramm 22.-28. June

  • ACT! - WER BIN ICH? (OV): daily 16:20 and (except Tue) 20:30h
  • LIFE, ANIMATED (OmU): Thu- Mon, Wed 14:20 Uhr / Tue 14:40h and daily 20:30h 
  • SELBSTKRITIK EINES BÜRGERLICHEN HUNDES (OmEU - English subtitles): daily 14:20h, Thu 18:00h, Fri - Wed18:20h,  Thu - Mon, Wed 22:20h / Tue 22:40
  • JAHRHUNDERTFRAUEN (OmU): Thu - Mon, Wed 12:00h / Tue 12:30 Uhr  and daily at 18:20h 
  • HOLY MOUNTAIN (OmEU): daily 22:30h
  • CHIHIROS REISE INS ZAUBERLAND (D): daily 12:00h
  • Helene Hegemann zu Gast im Wolf: AXOLOTL OVERKILL (OmEU): Tue 20:20h
  • Maike Plath Q&A: ACT! - WER BIN ICH? (OV): Thu 20:00h
  • HILFE, UNSER LEHRER IST EIN FROSCH! (DF): daily 16:20h
  • Baby Wolfgang presents CHIHIROS REISE INS ZAUBERLAND  (Spirited Away) (German version): Tuesday 10:30h

_________________________________________________

Coming Soon: 

AXOLOTL OVERKILL by Helene Hegemann, impressive, provocative signature, from 29th June. 
DER TOD DES LUDWIG XIV. a visual feast and unforgettable portrait of the Sun King by the singular director Albert Serra from 29th June. On 2nd July we have the pleasure to welcome the director in person with thanks to Grandfilm!
MY HAPPY FAMILY by Nana Ekvtimishvili und Simon Groß - "...masterful presentations of family as an overwhelming experience." (RogerEbert.com) from 13th July. 
DER ORNITHOLOGE (O ORNITÓLOGO) by João Pedro Rodrigues, also from July 13. „Calling to mind the best of Luis Buñuel and Apichatpong Weerasethakul, The Ornithologist adopts a dream logic that never begs for decoding, a sensuous engagement with the world that asks only to be experienced.“ (Film Comment), "Mind-blowing in the best possible way" (IndieWire)

Wolf news & weekly programme 27.4.

 

Dearest Wolfgang, 

we're feeling a little dizzy after all the events that took place at Wolf this week - Lola & Achtung Berlin came along, we had pop music with Bernadette LaHengst and Caroline Kirberg, an improv workshop with Tom Lass, a Virtual Reality show that can still be caught in Wolf Studio till Sunday - don't miss this totally immersive visual experience. Before we carry on with Film Polska next week, we concentrate on the every so surprising masterful THE DREAMED PATH by Angela Schanelec. And we also finally show MOONLIGHT just like every other self-respecting cinema. And we keep faithful to our favourites, I AM NOT YOUR NEGO and TIGER GIRL. It's spring time. It's a bank holiday. Come, come enjoy some films with us :) 


Awoooo

your wolves
 

KINOPROGRAMM 27. APRIL TILL 3. MAI

DER TRAUMHAFTE WEG/THE DREAMED PATH OmU, 12:00h, 20:20h
DER TRAUMHAFTE WEG/THE DREAMED PATH with English subtitles, 16:20h
I AM NOT YOUR NEGRO OmU, 14:00h, 18:30h (except Wed 3.5.), 20:30h (except Thur 27.4. and except Wed 3.5. ONLY WED 3.5. at 21:30h)
TIGER GIRL with English subtitles 14:20h, 16h, 18:20h (except 27.4.), 22:30h (except 3.5.)
MOONLIGHT OmU*, 12:10h, 22:20h 

LES SAUTEURS (THOSE WHO JUMP) OmEnU plus talk with director Moritz Siebert presented by mit Master Social Anthropology and Master Visual & Media Anthropology of the Freien Universität Berlin takes place in English WED 3.5. at18:30h

NEW AT WOLF


THE DREAMED PATH
DIR: Angela Schanelec. Deutschland, 2016. 86 Minuten. FSK 12. Shown in various languages with German or English subtitles. 


MOONLIGHT
DIR: Barry Jenkins. US, 2016. 111 Minuten. FSK 12. English with German subtitles


LES SAUTEURS (THOSE WHO JUMP) plus Q&A
DIR: Moritz Siebert, Estephan Wagner, Abou Bakar Sidibé. Dänemark, 2016. 80 Minuten. French and Bambara with English subtitles


STILL SHOWING AT WOLF


I AM NOT YOUR NEGRO
"What white people have to do is try to find out in their hearts why it was necessary for them to have a nigger in the first place. Because I am not a nigger. I'm a man. If I'm not the nigger here, and if you invented him, you the white people invented him, then you have to find out why. And the future of the country depends on that. Whether or not it is able to ask that question." (J. Baldwin) 


TIGER GIRL
Ella Rumpf and Maria Dragus make a malicious pair of femme street fighters in Jakob Lass' screw-the-establishment youth pic - HOLLYWOOD REPORTER

THE NOTHING IS COMING by Josephine Decker
A virtual reality film showing at Wolf Studio, Wildenbruchstrasse 6. Every day until 30th April from 12-6pm


SOON AT WOLF
Film Polska ab 4. Mai
The largest Polish film festival outside Poland 

Filmstill from All these Sleepless Nights

Filmstill from All these Sleepless Nights

Wolf Edition 1: Josephine Decker

Wolf Edition #1 – Future Cinema

Thou Wast Mild and Lovely by Josephine Decker

Future Cinema is an ongoing inquisition into the possibilities of the moving image.

We are presenting for the first time the work of a filmmaker who’s going to explore and bring to life Wolf’s rooms with us: with her films, a workshop and an exhibition.

Josephine Decker is a curious artist, spontaneous and eager to learn. She’s a filmmaker, a musician, an actor, a performer and, as a result of all this, a real poet.

Josephine Decker throws herself into the urgency, the infinite promise, and the danger of the cinema—and she seems to live, and to thrive, on the edge of that danger. (The New Yorker)

Two of her films – the first and the second ones– had their premiere at the 2014 Berlinale. THOU WAST MILD AND LOVELY, with the mood of

Terence Malick’s DAYS OF HEAVEN and the tone of THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE and the out of the ordinary, experimental, erotic and dream-like BUTTER ON THE LATCH.

Josephine was given total freedom to choose films that have influenced her and we are very excited with the eclectic mix that will be showing. From the childhood-nostalgic-trip THE LAST UNICORN to STELLET LICHT, the wonderful tale of love and woe of a Mennonite couple from the North of Mexico.

All films will be introduced by Josephine Decker or there’s going to be a discussion with her and a guest after the film.

Programme:

23th March 18:30h

THOU WAST MILD AND LOVELY (OmU) + Q&A Josephine Decker

USA 2014. Directed by Josephine Decker. Starring Joe Swanberg, Sophie Traub, Robert Longstreet, Kristin Slaysman, Geoff Marslett

 

When Akin arrives at the farm, he finds his job.  This is what he expected to find.  When Sarah opens her legs, she finds someone watching.  This is what she expected to find. When Jeremiah opens his mouth, frightening things come out of it.  This has come to be expected.  But what happens by the creek next to the cow. This was not expected.

24th March 18:30h

BUTTER ON THE LATCH (OmU) + Q&A Josephine Decker

USA 2013. Directed by Josephine Decker. Starring Sarah Small, Charlie Hewson and Isolde Chae-Lawrence

The sinister folktale BUTTER ON THE LATCH is set in the dark Californian forest of Mendocino, where a Balkan folk festival is taking place. Sarah surprises her friend Isolde by visiting her at the camp, and the two of them enjoy learning about the mythical stories from those faraway lands, practising traditional song and dance and chit-chatting on their torch-lit journeys back to the tiny cottage where they sleep. Sarah encounters a handsome guy during one of their carefree moments and decides to seduce him – slowly and over the course of several days. Obscure feelings begin to disrupt her behaviour while she makes her advances, and she almost forgets about Isolde as she is dragged deeper and deeper into the mythical world being played out in front of her by the other festival guests.

25th March 18:00h

BREAKING THE WAVES (OmU) + Introduction by Josephine Decker

Denmark 1996. Directed by Lars von Trier. Starring Emily Watson, Stellan Skarsgård, Katrin Cartlidge

Bess, a naive and pious newlywed living in a tiny Scottish community, flaunts the will of the towns religious elders when she falls in love and marry’s an outsider, Jan. When Jan goes back to work on a nearby oil rig, Bess swears that she would give anything for his return. But soon after, an accident on the rig leaves Jan paralysed. Unable to perform sexually and not wanting to burden his wife, he persuades Bess to continue their love-making vicariously through other men, insisting that it will keep him alive. Though reluctant, Bess decides that it is gods will. But her selflessness sends her spirallingtowards a tragic end.

26th March 18:30h

THE LAST UNICORN (OV) + Introduction by Josephine Decker

USA 1982. Directed by Jules Bass, Arthur Rankin Jr.. Starring Jeff Bridges, Mia Farrow, Angela Lansbury 

Upon learning she may be the last of her kind, a unicorn leaves the safety of her home and embarks on a perilous journey to find others like her. Along the way she meets the friendly, but untalented, magician Schmendrick (whose spells never quite work as expected) and the bandit, Molly Grue. Together they challenge the might of the villainous king Haggard and his dreaded Red Bull. But when the unicorn is magically transformed into Amalthea, a beautiful woman, she must choose between new found human love and saving her noble kind from extinction. 

27th March 18:00h

STELLET LICHT (OmENU) + Introduction by Josephine Decker

Mexico 2007. Directed by Carlos Reygadas. Starring Cornelio Wall, Miriam Toews, Maria Pankratz

Johan and his family are Mennonites from the North of Mexico. Against the law of God and men, Johan falls in love with another woman. He must either betray his wife he has loved so much or sacrifice his true love.

 

More information:

On April 20th will open the doors to the exhibition „Virtual Reality: Immersion“

During her time at Wolf, Josephine Decker will produce a Virtual Reality piece that draws inspiration from immersive theater. She will explore the integration of the theatrical with the filmed in collaboration with choreographer Nicola Bullock.

TOWARDS A SPIRITUAL CINEMA - Workshop with Josephine Decker
What is a spiritual cinema? How can cinema integrate narrative with poetry? How do we create work that affects both our conscious and our subconscious?

In a series of three constructive workshops, Josephine Decker will explore ways to integrate the non-verbal, discovered image with narrative storytelling.

The workshop will include movement and sound explorations from Anne Bogart's Viewpoints, Butoh, dance and primitive voice techniques, as well as readings from Stanislavski and performance artist Matthew Goulish.
 

WHEN? 25th March & 1st & 8th April 2017, from 12 to 3pm
WHERE? Wolf Studio 6, Wildenbruchstrasse 6, 12045 Berlin
WHO? Participation only by application!

rudel@wolfberlin.org

 

Supported by Senatskanzlei - Kulturelle Angelegenheiten,

Spartenübergreifende Förderung künstlerischer und kultureller Projekte

In collaboration with / in Zusammenarbeit mit INVR.SPACE