What’s your fear, dear? This is one of the repeated lines of the lyrical and experimental noise performance of Sean Derrick Cooper Marquardt and the S&M Accidental Orchestra Experience Berlin to accompany F.W. Murnau’s classic Weimer-era silent film Nosferatu. The orchestra, itself a blend of avant-garde and antique, was in-house at the ehemaliges Stummfilmkino Delphi to… Continue reading What’s your Fear, Dear?
Rain beat down on their hats and hoods as the potential audience wandered in the cryptically-labelled Hinterhofe of Kreuzberg, trying to find the theater. Hinterhof “yellow-diamond” had to be it, as Hinterhof “red-square” had been a total failure full of dentists and unmarked doors. And indeed there it was, the sign: Sputnik Kino, 5th… Continue reading Old Problems, New Perspectives: The Short Film Night for Berlin Female Filmmakers (Pt. 1)
Welcome to the Threadbär Blog. This is conceived of as a place to explore film, society, history, culture, and the intersections between them all. From everyday objects to blockbuster films to the realm of politics, anything goes, and I look forward to sharing my passion for analyzing things entirely too much and having a good… Continue reading The Beginning