Guest: Prof. Evandro Ouriques
About the film:
The Silence of Others reveals the epic struggle of victims of Spain's 40-year dictatorship under General Franco, who continue to seek justice to this day. Filmed over six years, the film follows the survivors as they organize the groundbreaking 'Argentine Lawsuit' and fight a state-imposed amnesia of crimes against humanity, and explores a country still divided four decades into democracy. Seven years in the making, The Silence of Others is the second documentary feature by Emmy-winning filmmakers Almudena Carracedo and Robert Bahar (Made in L.A.). It is being Executive Produced by Pedro Almodóvar, Agustín Almodóvar, and Esther García.
Guest: Prof. Evandro Ouriques
Hosted by Schikaneder
Willkommen in The Heart of Nuba, der kriegserschütterten Gebirgsregion im Sudan. Hier arbeitet der amerikanische Arzt Tom Catena selbstlos und voller Courage und dient den vergessenen Menschen einer Region, die schonungslos vom Kriegsverbrecher Omar Al-Bashir bombardiert wird. Aber zwei Dinge sind hier immer konstant: Dr. Toms Vertrauen und seine andauernde Liebe für die Menschen Nubas. (moviepilot.de)
Screening in cooperation with Cinema for Peace
Winner of the Cinema for Peace’s Most Valuable Documentary for 2018!
The Heart of Nuba is a the story about an American doctor Tom Catena as he selflessly serves the needs of a forgotten people in the war-torn Nuba Mountains of Sudan. The feature length documentary has literally inspired a movement to save lives. It also has raised nearly $600,000 in donations, 100% of which have gone to medical supplies, staff training and other critical needs of the Mother of Mercy Hospital located in the south of Sudan. The popularity of the film has put pressure on Sudan’s President, convicted war criminal Omar Hassan al-Bashir, to cease the relentless bombing of innocent men, women and children in the Nuba region. After viewing The Heart of Nuba, the Genocidaire declared, “The Heart of Nuba is the primary reason for the ceasefire in the Nuba Mountains and Blue Nile State.” This miraculous ceasefire has lasted over two years. With the recent ouster of al-Bashir we are cautiously optimistic about the future of the Sudanese people and their determination to create a more democratic form of government.
"A devastatingly essential film. Nobel Prize praiseworthy.” FilmWeek on AirTalk (NPR)
“Moving and remarkable!” NY Times
“As inspiring as it gets!” Hollywood Reporter
“Gripping, inspiring documentary.” Los Angeles Times
“Explosive! Powerful new documentary!” CNN
100% on Rotten Tomatoes!
Hosted by Schikaneder
WHY ARE WE CREATIVE: The Centipede's Dilemma
Hermann Vaske | DE 2018 | 90 min
Mit: Wim Wenders, David Lynch, David Bowie, Bono, Stephen Hawk,Vivienne Westwood,Isabella Rossellini u.a.
Screening in Cooperation mit Cinema for Peace
Freier Eintritt / Free entrance
Cinema for Peace cordially invites everyone to the premiere of ´The Rest´ by director and artist Ai Weiwei.
This film will be the first of 9 screenings of the artist´s film-series and aims to compliment the opening of Ai Weiwei´s new exhibition at Kunstsammlung, in Düsseldorf
About the Film:
„The Rest“ is a documentary by Ai Weiwei about refugees who arrived in Europe, the world’s bastion of human rights. These refugees fled war and persecution in Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, and other conflict-ridden countries. They sought refuge in France, Italy, Germany, Greece, Sweden, and Turkey, but most have not found the safe havens of their dreams. Instead, they now live in limbo within a disintegrating humanitarian aid system, no longer the center of media attention, yet unable to move forward with their lives. They are „The Rest“. In 2017 Ai Weiwei released „Human Flow“, his epic film about the global refugee crisis, spanning 23 countries in Africa, Asia, Europe, and North America. Since then, the crisis has only worsened, and rising anti-immigrant sentiments have been stoked by populist European politicians. Those refugees awaiting sanctuary in Europe found their lives put on hold, victims of overburdened aid systems, media fatigue and intensifying nationalism. For these reasons, Ai Weiwei decided to create „The Rest“ from the 900 hours of unused footage from „Human Flow“ to call attention to the unresolved plight of refugees on European soil. „The Rest“ is a personal, deeply trenchant film focused on the everyday lives of refugees in Europe. Most of the film is told through interviews with refugees and footage of their living situations. They speak of the hardship and danger they faced fleeing war, poverty, and persecution, and of the treacherous routes they undertook to find safety in Europe. Now, however, they face a different type of suffering in Europe, stalled by overburdened aid infrastructures as well as escalating anti- immigrant sentiments. „The Rest“ is not only an accumulation of refugees‘ stories but also a mirror of the European political zeitgeist.
These refugees‘ experiences demonstrate how pan- European values of liberalism and democracy have largely failed in practice and betrayed those most in need of help.
Climate Warriors (2018)
pokaz filmu + spotkanie z reżyserem Carlem-A. Fechnerem + dyskusja
📅 16.05.2019 (czwartek / Thursday)
🏠 Stary Browar (ul. Półwiejska 42), Multikino Stary Browar
💸 Wstęp wolny - zapisy / Free entrance - registration 👉 http://bit.ly/PDF2019_zapisy
Pokaz zorganizowany we współpracy z Cinema for Peace.
Wydarzenie jest częścią Poznań Design Festiwal: Atmosfera / Atmosphere. Pełen program na stronie 👉
Screening + meeting with the director Carl-A. Fechner
Director Carl Fechner focuses on one key factor: the energy transition. The film presents people from diverse backgrounds who show resistance against the adverse and devastating effects of climate change on our planet. Those climate warriors are strongly aware that we need a fast transition in order to save the environment and keep the human rights in balance in favour of peace. They raise their voices for resistance to lobbyists and inhuman social realities. Our American and German climate warriors do all passionately drive towards the same aim: saving our world, keeping peace and creating a livable future for everyone.
Climate Warriors / 2018, 1h 26 min
▶ Carl-A. Fechner is an energy change activist. For more than a decade he had been a soldier before becoming a warrior for peace and environmental issues. Change is the topic of his life: For 25 years, his company fechnerMEDIA has been promoting examples of sustainable living and has won numerous international awards.
Screening co-organised with Cinema for Peace. This event is part of the Poznań Design Festiwal: Atmosfera / Atmosphere.