Film Archive

Jahr

Re-Visions 2020
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100 Jahre Kino Heinrich Sabl
A short and entertaining foray through 100 years of international cinema history: an animated man takes a walk that leads us from the magic cylinder into legendary film scenes.
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100 Jahre Kino

100 Jahre Kino
Heinrich Sabl
Re-Visions 2020
Animated Film
Germany
1994
3 minutes
without dialogue
subtitles: 
None

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Heinrich Sabl
Heinrich Sabl
Hans Moser
Heinrich Sabl
Sven Pannicke

Cinema turned 100. With his homage Heinrich Sabl went one short step further back into the prehistory of cinematography for a run-up. Individual images are set in motion in a praxinoscope, invented by Émile Reynaud in 1877. A pedestrian seizes this illusion as an occasion to walk out of the magic cylinder through scenes from international film history.

Ralph Eue
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Witty
Re-Visions 2020
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Error 404 Kays Khalil
The Tunisian censors used “Error 404” to block unwanted websites. The situation changed only after Mohamed Bouazizi burned himself in public on 17 December 2010.
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Error 404

Error 404
Kays Khalil
Re-Visions 2020
Animated Film
Germany
2017
7 minutes
German
subtitles: 
None

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Kays Khalil
Kays Khalil
Kays Khalil
Kays Khalil
Kays Khalil
Kazim Emrah Akal
Kays Khalil
Kazim Emrah Akal
Rudi Hochrein
Marcus Tronsberg

What’s growing in that empty space there? On 17 December 2010, the Tunisian grocer Mohamed Bouazizi burns himself to death in public – the Arab Spring begins, the fire spreads through the Internet. A fast-forward trip through the interior architecture of a modern revolution, right into the dispersed character of the event: from the planet’s surfaces to digital de-spatialization.

Ralph Eue
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Redistribution and Having a Say
State of the World
Re-Visions 2020
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Pa Tak Hanna Nordholt, Fritz Steingrobe
Inspired by the media theorist Friedrich Kittler, this experimental homage celebrates three poets and their passion for sound recording: Rilke, Burroughs and Pynchon.
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Pa Tak

Pa Tak
Hanna Nordholt, Fritz Steingrobe
Re-Visions 2020
Animated Film
Germany
2002
4 minutes
English
subtitles: 
None

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Hanna Nordholt
Fritz Steingrobe
Fritz Steingrobe
Hanna Nordholt
Fritz Steingrobe
Hanna Nordholt
Fritz Steingrobe
Hanna Nordholt
Fritz Steingrobe
Hanna Nordholt
Fritz Steingrobe
Hanna Nordholt
Fritz Steingrobe
Hanna Nordholt

A collage in black and white, positive and negative, with dancing lyrics, skipping thoughts and ambling sounds. Inspired by the media theorist Friedrich Kittler, this experimental homage celebrates three poets and their passion for sound recording devices: Thomas Pynchon (thought recorder), William S. Burroughs (tape recorder) and Rainer Maria Rilke (phonograph).

Ralph Eue
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Poetry and Crossing Boundaries