Programme

Mpower Girls Filmclub

Baustelle Wohnen

Film-Screening & Talk / Moderation: Serpil Turhan

Part of the festival "Berlin bleibt!"

DialogueFilm

German / approx. 60 min.

Short films by young female filmmakers from two Mpower film groups, thematising urban life and housing. How is space appropriated? What makes a house a home and what makes a city liveable? How dense is Berlin and how thin can a wall be? The girls and young women visualize their perspectives and narratives, developing short films from script to post-production. In collaboration with professional filmmakers and film students they get whatever they need: film advice, support with the shooting and editing, or access to technical equipment. This gives rise to unconventional documentary portraits, characterized by a personal style and particular film aesthetics and narrative forms as well as by the interconnections in the group.

Cast

Mpower-Filmmakers: Mädchen-Filmwerkstatt in der Gemeinschaftsunterkunft Lichtenberg Bornitzstraße & Mädchen-Filmtreff / Mentors: Isabel Alvarez, Stefanie Gaus, Nossa Schäfer, Miriam Yammad / Initiator and Director: Mervete Bobaj / Coordination: Franka Pieplow

Dates

  • Past
    Tue 1.10.2019, 18:00 / former post office (Hallesches Ufer 60)

Credits

Location

former post office (Hallesches Ufer 60)
Hallesches Ufer 60, 10963 Berlin

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