Max Linz

Ultra High Definition Kinoki

Part of "Marx' Gespenster"


German /  75min

The filmmaker Max Linz and his comrades examine the Soviet film avant-garde group Kinoki, whose revolutionary programme constantly inspires new formations of critical media work. Using materials from the 1920s, as well as more recent text and films, media producers from the underground mutate into turtles and ask what remains of the promise of showing life ‘as it is’ under digital conditions.     

Production: Max Linz. Commissioned by HAU Hebbel am Ufer.


Direction: Max Linz / Performance: Luise Wolfram, Max Linz, Sarah Ralfs, Anne Ratte-Polle / Stage design: Veronica Wüst / Light design: Catalina Fernández / Costume design: Pola Kardum / Video: Guillaume Cailleau, Max Andereya / Music: Nik Patrick Flynn / Dramaturgy: Joshua Wicke / Assistant direction: Helena Eckert


  • Past
    Fri 13.11.2015, 20:00 / HAU3


Tempelhofer Ufer 10, 10963 Berlin

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