A long time ago in a theater far, far away Disney released the next installment of the Star Wars universe: Solo: A Star Wars Story. It was fun, fast, brash, arrogant, and all one expects from a film about the legendary, ladies-man smuggler. There were laser battles and giant monsters, evil, conniving villains, and damsels… Continue reading Solo: A Star Wars Story of Two Princesses
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)