What is radical film? Radical Film Network Meeting Berlin, May 2-5, 2019, silent green: Program online
“In recent years an interdisciplinary discourse has developed around counter images and movement images, covering all areas of cultural life, including theatre, exhibitions, cinema, TV, and the Internet. It consistently attempts to find new means of narration and representation that undermine conventional codes and conventions by opposing, alienating and deconstructing them by offering different methods of representing and interpreting the world. Discussions surrounding the formats and forms of radical film will be the theme of the event, along with finding ideas to re-contextualise them, with the aim of proving that oppositional and radical filmmaking is as diverse, colourful and lively as ever.” (Julia Lazarus & Ursula Böckler)
The program and the schedule are available here.
What is radical film ? is a cooperation event of the HaFI.
On Friday May 3, at 7pm, the HaFI presents “Versions of Radicality, 1969/1970: Farocki, Meins, Straschek” (Volker Pantenburg).
What is radical film? Radical Film Network Meeting Berlin
Lectures, discussions and workshops
Do, 02.05.2019, from 5pm
Fr, 03.05.2019, from 10am
Sa, 04.05.2019, from 10am
Su, 05.05.2019, only for the invited participants
Location: silent green Kulturquartier
Gerichtstraße 35, 13347 Berlin
In English, free admission
For the workshop a short formless registration per email is required:
* The Radical Film Network Meeting Berlin is supported by the Senate Department for Culture and Europe.April 24th, 2019 — Projects / Event