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Showcase August 2019: WeltBild – a proposal by HaF. More here.

September 2nd, 2019, Elsa

The film NIEMANNS ZEIT – EIN DEUTSCHER HEIMATFILM (BRD 1985) by Marion Schmid/Horst Kurnitzky on September 11, 2019, at the Arsenal Cinema. More here.

September 2nd, 2019, Elsa
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The Harun Farocki Institut is part of an informal network of individuals, groups, and institutions which feel connected to the person, the ideas, and the work of Harun Farocki. The HaFI does not “represent” this network, however it is happy to work as its agent, mediator, and facilitator. As a formally registered organization the HaFI may have its official bodies and committees, however it effectively extends beyond the borders of this – very moderate – organizational infrastructure.

Anyone who shares one or all of the institute’s concerns can and should feel themselves to be a member of the HaFI. Since the founding phase of the HaFI there have been numerous meeting of the network and information about the institute’s activities have been disseminated within the network via newsletters, Facebook, and the website. At the same time the network is the most important resource for the work of the institute. Suggestions, criticism, proposals, project ideas, and cooperation concepts from the network are essential if the HaFI is to develop.

Institutions belonging to the HaFI network include:

Arsenal – Institut für Film und Videokunst e.V.

basis voor actuele kunst (bak)

buerodb.de

Deutsche Kinemathek

Dutch Art Institute

Europäische Medienwissenschaft, Potsdam

Goethe-Institut

Harun Farocki GbR

Haus der Kulturen der Welt Berlin

MASS Alexandria

Motto Books

neuer berliner kunstverein (n.b.k.)

ruangrupa

SAVVY contemporary

silent green Kulturquartier

School of Theater, Film and Media Arts, Temple University