Olli Dittrich wird “König von Deutschland”

Olli Dittrich und Veronica Ferres in einer Komödie zum Wahlkampf 2013 für die große Leinwand? Verpuffte da nicht bei der letzten Wahl sogar der großartige Horst Schlämmer zum Gebrauchsgegenstand fürs Multiplex? Kann das gut gehen? Ja, es kann sehr wohl und es kann sogar Spaß machen. David Dietls “König von Deutschland” kommt im September in … Continue reading Olli Dittrich wird “König von Deutschland”

Kate Connolly uncovers a silver lining to falling art sales in Berlin

Guardian.co.uk: “For Moll Morgengrau, it was not a happy day. The Berlin-based artist, whose name translates literally as ‘morning gloom’, had finally found a gallery willing to exhibit his poster art: Galerie Verrückt (‘crazy gallery’), in the southern Berlin district of Kreuzberg. But no sooner had it set up than the space announced it had … Continue reading Kate Connolly uncovers a silver lining to falling art sales in Berlin

backup festival 2009 – new media in film

backup_festival: “The backup_team 2008 consists of supervisor Juliane Fuchs and about 40 students from Weimar, Erfurt and Jena (Thuringia, Germany). In cooperation with the Bauhaus-University students are able to participate in the organisation of the festival by attending courses and projects. The backup_festival is also giving the possibility to do a Voluntary Year of Cultural … Continue reading backup festival 2009 – new media in film

Joseph Beuys – Transformer (Documentary dir. John Halpern, 1979)

U B U W E B: “This 60-minute documentary features avant-garde German artist Joseph Beuys and his unique sculpture art during a 1979 exhibit at the Guggenheim Museum in New York City. The tape features Beuys’ work, interviews with him, and footage of him speaking before the patrons at his Guggenheim showing. The main feature … Continue reading Joseph Beuys – Transformer (Documentary dir. John Halpern, 1979)