DOK Leipzig 30. Oktober – 5. November 2017
60. Internationales Leipziger Festival für Dokumentar- und Animationsfilm
DOK Leipzig 30 October – 5 November 2017
60th International Leipzig Festival for Documentary and Animated Film
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DOK Talks

DOK Talks


  • DOK Talk (in German)
    Bilder-Macht und Macht-Bilder >>

  • DOK Talk (in German)
    Lost in Politics >>

  • DOK Talk
    Feeling Trumped. Measuring the Mood >>

  • DOK Talk
    Female Gazes from Georgia – Contemporary Documentaries >>

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Bilder-Macht und Macht-Bilder

Bilder-Macht und Macht-Bilder

Internationale Fachleute betrachten die filmisch-taktischen Werkzeuge, mit denen sich kommunistische Ideen auf den Leinwänden der Welt Ausdruck verschafften. Ein Symposium zur DOK-Leipzig-Retrospektive 2017, zur Bild-Grammatik der Revolution und deren Nachleben.

 


 

Wann

Dienstag 31. Okt.

19:00–20:30

 

Wo

Zeitgeschichtliches Forum Leipzig

 

Zugang

Öffentlich

 

Moderation

Dr. Barbara Wurm, Humboldt Universität, Berlin

 

Podiumsgäste

Dr. Natascha Drubek, Apparatus, Berlin

Prof. Dr. Thomas Lindenberger, Zentrum für Zeithistorische Forschung, Potsdam

Dr. Nathalie Patricia Soursos, Universität Wien

Prof. Dr. Alexandre Sumpf, Cercec, Straßburg

 

 


In Kooperation mit dem Leibniz-Institut für Geschichte und Kultur des östlichen Europa (GWZO), Leipzig.

Lost in Politics

Lost in Politics

Die Welle an „politischen“ Filmen ebbt nicht ab. Was heißt es für Dokumentarfilme, wenn sie sich dringlichen Themen oder Schlagzeilen widmen? Wie wichtig ist politisch gemeintes Kino und was ist das genau? Eine Debatte mit drei Gästen und drei Beispielen.

 

Folgende gegenwärtige Filmbeispiele werden auf den politisch-ästhetischen Prüfstand gestellt: I'm not your Negro (Raoul Peck), Austerlitz (Sergei Loznitsa) und ein Film aus dem diesjährigen Programm des Festivals.

 


 

Wann

Mittwoch 1. Nov.

14:00 – 15:30

 

Wo

Polnisches Institut

 

Zugang

Öffentlich

 

Moderation

Heike-Melba Fendel, Barbarella Entertainment, DIE ZEIT, Verband der Filmkritik, Köln

 

Einführung

Frédéric Jaeger, Verband der Filmkritik, Berlin

Ralph Eue, DOK Leipzig

 

Podiumsgäste

Patrick Holzapfel, Regisseur, Filmkritiker, Berlin

Cristina Nord, Goethe-Institut, Brüssel

Jide Tom Akinleminu, Kameramann und Regisseur, Berlin

 

Die Veranstaltung findet in deutscher Sprache statt.

Filmausschnitte mit freundlicher Genehmigung der Edition Salzgeber

 


In Kooperation mit dem Verband der deutschen Filmkritik e.V.

Feeling Trumped. Measuring the Mood

Feeling Trumped. Measuring the Mood

America first! Truth second? We live with fake news and alternative facts. And one man recreates the world the way he sees fit. Around a year ago, on 8 November, Donald Trump was elected President of the United States of America. Half the world is holding its breath. How does one work as an artist with Trump in power? Jay Rosenblatt, to whom this year’s homage is dedicated, is only one of several filmmakers confronting this question. The omnibus film Filmmakers Unite has come about as a result. Documentary films and fiction combine to form a multi-layered panoramic image of the USA.

 

Journalist Knut Elstermann will be in conversation with Jay Rosenblatt, touching on his art, his work as programme director of the San Francisco Jewish Film Festival, the anthology film Filmmakers Unite and Trump himself. What exactly drove the artists to make the film and what do they want to show?

 

The talk is followed by the screening of Filmmakers Unite and a Q&A session

 


 

When

Wed 1 Nov

19:30 – 22:00

 

Where

Hauptbahnhof Osthalle

 

Language

English with German translation

 

Access

Everybody welcome

 

Moderator

Knut Elstermann, MDR Kultur, Berlin

 

Panelist

Jay Rosenblatt, Filmmaker, San Francisco

 

 


In cooperation with MDR Kultur.

Female Gazes from Georgia – Contemporary Documentaries

Female Gazes from Georgia – Contemporary Documentaries

While women all over the world are underrepresented in all areas of the film industry, it is predominantly female filmmakers whose stories are finding success in the “New Georgian Wave”, both on European screens and at international film festivals. Simultaneously this may seem paradoxical, considering the pseudo-patriarchal order of Georgian society and growing influence of the Orthodox Christian Church.

 

This year’s DOK Leipzig Country Focus Import/Export – Georgian Cinema Across Borders will show a series of documentary films not necessarily looking to find clear answers but rather to tackle questions that illustrate the contradictions at play. This panel discussion will look at contemporary Georgia from a female perspective and discuss with the filmmakers their hopes, dangers and personal insights concerning national transformation. To what extent do their works and Georgian documentary film in general reflect the current state of the country, now looking for its own place in this confusing modern world, looking to locate its self-image?

 


 

When

Thu 2 Nov

16:30 – 18:00

 

Where

Polnisches Institut

 

Language

English

 

Access

Everybody welcome

 

Moderators

Zaza Rusadze, Curator Country Focus, DOK Leipzig

 

Panelist

Anna Dziapshipa, producer, Tbilisi

Salomé Jashi, director, Tbilisi

Nino Lejava, Heinrich-Böll-Foundation South Caucasus, Tbilisi

Salome Machaidze, director and artist, Berlin

 

 


In cooperation with Heinrich-Böll Foundation.