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Our Online Catalogue: http://cinegeek.de/featured-movies Willkommen! ... und schön, dass Du vorbeischaust in der Filmkunstbar Fitzcarraldo! Aber vielleicht kennen wir uns auch schon? Früher waren wir die alte Filmkunst-Videothek in Friedrichshain. Nach einem Zwischenspiel im "Roderich" in der Glogauer Str. findet man uns nun in Kreuzberg in der Reichenberger Str. 133 wieder, nun erweitert um eine

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Jam session on Wednesday. https://www.facebook.com/105830177612022/posts/448408756687494/?sfnsn=scwspmo
24/11/2021

Jam session on Wednesday.

https://www.facebook.com/105830177612022/posts/448408756687494/?sfnsn=scwspmo

The charming @sedricperry will take the reigns as host for our next jam session.
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Berlin-based artist Sedric Perry is a jack of all trades. An artist, composer, creative director, and community organizer. He comes from Philly, by way of New York - tracing his soulful sound back to gospel roots, incorporating them into a genre-gliding blend of jazz, R&B and house. "I make music for those who dare live outside the box," he says of his luminious single "Naked," which has reached over 2 million streams, and his new q***r duo FHAT music, which has received support from Billboard, Complex, and Gay Times Magazine.

Wednesday 24.11 // 10pm till late.

6€ entry // 2g rules.

FREE ON CINEGEEK.DE Michelangelo Antonioni - Blowup https://www.cinegeek.de/free-youtube-blow-blowup-1966-rating-90-dvd9...
22/11/2021

FREE ON CINEGEEK.DE Michelangelo Antonioni - Blowup https://www.cinegeek.de/free-youtube-blow-blowup-1966-rating-90-dvd962 Who would still be interested in a "hipster" photographer who may witness a murder (or not?????), leads an empty cynical life and ends up somewhere in the park while watching the students play tennis without a ball at dusk? Answer: Everyone! Who didn't want to play back to the 60s Swinging London when the Yardbirds were in some basement bar? This is the time of Michelangelo Antonionis Blowup! We should get his movie out of all the hype and fashion. Sometimes Blowup threatens to degenerate under this ballast. Let us surrender to the magic, even the spell of this work! Antonioni has made a suspense thriller, but without giving us the resolution, the reward. Blowup plays in the middle of London, in the heartless fashion world with its groupies, rock concerts and parties. In the center, an anti-hero whose soul had long since died - but which is now being resurrected by his art. His name is Thomas and he is played by David Hemmings. Thomas, the fashion photographer with the Beatles haircut in his Rolls, who is used to "Birds" knocking on his studio to portray them. Once we notice how much he thirsts for a spiritual love when he sees his neighbor (Sarah Miles). But that is not available for Thomas. So he keeps spending time with the models. But when Thomas goes for a walk in the park one day, everything changes. He watches a man and a woman (Vanessa Redgrave). Are they fighting? Are they flirting? The woman is chasing Thomas, who photographed her. Desperately she wants his film back, even invades the studio to steal it. Later Thomas enlarges exactly this film: Blowup. He notices that he's probably photographed a murder. Antonioni shows the pictures, then again the photographer. He jumps back and forth. We see arrangements of light and shadow that show us... Yeah, what is it? Thomas is interrupted at this moment by two "Birds", two girls who force their s*x game on him. Then he returns to his magnifications. He makes even more prints and Thomas recognizes, as the woman looks forward, into the bushes. It shows (????) a man with a revolver. And maybe we see this man lying on the floor. Or maybe not. Thomas pulls it back into the park and there he SEES the man lying on the floor. Why you read so often, he wouldn't be sure of it, I don't understand. Thomas SEE the man. It remains unclear, however, whether this is a murder. Maybe the woman just wants the pictures because she's hiding an affair? But it doesn't really matter if it's a murder. This is about a creep developing a mission through his art. He is not interested in money, his ambitions or even his mistakes in character. No, he is completely lost in his craft. And that makes him happy. Later, however, all this will be taken away from him again. The body is gone, just as his photos have disappeared. The woman has also disappeared (we notice her outside a club before she vanishes into thin air). The Fianle is like the beginning. Thomas sees again the students we met in the first scene of Blowup. They play tennis with an imaginary ball. The photographer pretends to see the ball. We can even hear him! Then the photographer disappears into the park, changes from one picture to the next and is finally gone. So is the body.

FREE ON CINEGEEK.DE Michelangelo Antonioni - Blowup https://www.cinegeek.de/free-youtube-blow-blowup-1966-rating-90-dvd962 Who would still be interested in a "hipster" photographer who may witness a murder (or not?????), leads an empty cynical life and ends up somewhere in the park while watching the students play tennis without a ball at dusk? Answer: Everyone! Who didn't want to play back to the 60s Swinging London when the Yardbirds were in some basement bar? This is the time of Michelangelo Antonionis Blowup! We should get his movie out of all the hype and fashion. Sometimes Blowup threatens to degenerate under this ballast. Let us surrender to the magic, even the spell of this work! Antonioni has made a suspense thriller, but without giving us the resolution, the reward. Blowup plays in the middle of London, in the heartless fashion world with its groupies, rock concerts and parties. In the center, an anti-hero whose soul had long since died - but which is now being resurrected by his art. His name is Thomas and he is played by David Hemmings. Thomas, the fashion photographer with the Beatles haircut in his Rolls, who is used to "Birds" knocking on his studio to portray them. Once we notice how much he thirsts for a spiritual love when he sees his neighbor (Sarah Miles). But that is not available for Thomas. So he keeps spending time with the models. But when Thomas goes for a walk in the park one day, everything changes. He watches a man and a woman (Vanessa Redgrave). Are they fighting? Are they flirting? The woman is chasing Thomas, who photographed her. Desperately she wants his film back, even invades the studio to steal it. Later Thomas enlarges exactly this film: Blowup. He notices that he's probably photographed a murder. Antonioni shows the pictures, then again the photographer. He jumps back and forth. We see arrangements of light and shadow that show us... Yeah, what is it? Thomas is interrupted at this moment by two "Birds", two girls who force their s*x game on him. Then he returns to his magnifications. He makes even more prints and Thomas recognizes, as the woman looks forward, into the bushes. It shows (????) a man with a revolver. And maybe we see this man lying on the floor. Or maybe not. Thomas pulls it back into the park and there he SEES the man lying on the floor. Why you read so often, he wouldn't be sure of it, I don't understand. Thomas SEE the man. It remains unclear, however, whether this is a murder. Maybe the woman just wants the pictures because she's hiding an affair? But it doesn't really matter if it's a murder. This is about a creep developing a mission through his art. He is not interested in money, his ambitions or even his mistakes in character. No, he is completely lost in his craft. And that makes him happy. Later, however, all this will be taken away from him again. The body is gone, just as his photos have disappeared. The woman has also disappeared (we notice her outside a club before she vanishes into thin air). The Fianle is like the beginning. Thomas sees again the students we met in the first scene of Blowup. They play tennis with an imaginary ball. The photographer pretends to see the ball. We can even hear him! Then the photographer disappears into the park, changes from one picture to the next and is finally gone. So is the body.

FREE ON CINEGEEK.De Komm süsser Tod https://www.cinegeek.de/free-youtube-come-sweet-death-komm-s%C3%BCsser-tod-2000-rati...
21/11/2021

FREE ON CINEGEEK.De Komm süsser Tod https://www.cinegeek.de/free-youtube-come-sweet-death-komm-s%C3%BCsser-tod-2000-rating-85-dvd6442 Here comes a movie from our top 30! That means from the exclusive club of the 30 most awarded films of our video library. Come Sweet Death is in the heart about the constantly staggering policeman Simon Brenner (Josef Hader), who was already known from the novels of Wolfgang Haas - and which were considered unfilmed. After all, how was this "Viennese taunt" supposed to work on screen? Very well indeed! The recipe of the novels: to simply shape the genre "crime thriller" into something completely new. Come Sweet Death is Haas' second novel - the first Brenner film to be packaged in a cinematic way by Wolfgang Haas and director Wolfgang Murnberger. Brenner. A suspended policeman who struggles with bizarre jobs. As a paramedic he gets caught between the fronts of two rescue companies. Who will ultimately transport the patient? The pressure from both competitors is so great that patients are sometimes "manufactured" by force... By the way, Brenner himself does not fit in Vienna at all. He's a grumpy country guy. He's no paramedic either. Actually, Brenner doesn't fit in anywhere. If you want, you can also see the comedy as a parable of capitalism. And that's not an unreasonable interpretation on my part.

FREE ON CINEGEEK.De Komm süsser Tod https://www.cinegeek.de/free-youtube-come-sweet-death-komm-s%C3%BCsser-tod-2000-rating-85-dvd6442 Here comes a movie from our top 30! That means from the exclusive club of the 30 most awarded films of our video library. Come Sweet Death is in the heart about the constantly staggering policeman Simon Brenner (Josef Hader), who was already known from the novels of Wolfgang Haas - and which were considered unfilmed. After all, how was this "Viennese taunt" supposed to work on screen? Very well indeed! The recipe of the novels: to simply shape the genre "crime thriller" into something completely new. Come Sweet Death is Haas' second novel - the first Brenner film to be packaged in a cinematic way by Wolfgang Haas and director Wolfgang Murnberger. Brenner. A suspended policeman who struggles with bizarre jobs. As a paramedic he gets caught between the fronts of two rescue companies. Who will ultimately transport the patient? The pressure from both competitors is so great that patients are sometimes "manufactured" by force... By the way, Brenner himself does not fit in Vienna at all. He's a grumpy country guy. He's no paramedic either. Actually, Brenner doesn't fit in anywhere. If you want, you can also see the comedy as a parable of capitalism. And that's not an unreasonable interpretation on my part.

FREE ON CINEGEEK.De For Sama https://www.cinegeek.de/free-arte-sama-f%C3%BCr-sama-2019-rating-90-dvd10648 Waad al-Kateab...
12/11/2021

FREE ON CINEGEEK.De For Sama https://www.cinegeek.de/free-arte-sama-f%C3%BCr-sama-2019-rating-90-dvd10648 Waad al-Kateab is a 26 year old student with a restless urge to comment. She comments on the individual fate of the Syrian war more intimately than anyone else ever has. In a war that is becoming increasingly complex and violent, she is armed with nothing but a smartphone. In 2012, she planned to finish her studies in Aleppo. Back then, the "Arab Spring" was still raging; there was plenty of hope. It was destroyed by the regime of Bashar al-Assad. Syria sank into chaos and war. The revolution seemed like a distant fantasy. Then al-Kateab decided to stay and not to leave like so many others. She decided to fight for a better future. Then she began her documentary. Almost as if she was putting together a kind of photo album of horror. One that she dedicated to her daughter Sama. Of course, there's also her fear of being killed herself. So For Sama can also be considered a legacy. Here begins the journey of the freedom fighter al-Kateab and her husband Hamza. The pictures are overwhelming! They break through the "fourth wall" to the audience. The people affected appear right before our eyes. They address themselves to us. A mother who just lost her child. She asks why she is being filmed at such a moment of unending tragedy. We do not hear the answer. But this mother will be part of a story that must one day be told. To remember her. and all the other victims of the war. Then we see two brothers taking the dead body of their third brother to the hospital. We see bombed streets and at some point air raids seem like a normal thing. Mass funerals, the work of the many, many volunteers and a freshly born baby. For Sama is the most important humanistic film of the year! All these tragedies and small miracles of humanity are captured by the autodidact al-Kateab. And she always believes in the positive! We often experience war through a family perspective as we have never seen it before. For example, when mothers try to present war to their children as something normal. Domestic life continues to take place amidst deadly threats. One year after the shooting was finished, al-Kateab held out together with Hamza - but in the end, Syria, where even hospitals are being destroyed, is no place to raise a child. In the end, the family manages to escape. Their unrelenting footage saved them! A brave act of resistance! It will remain until the day Sama can watch it.

FREE ON CINEGEEK.De For Sama https://www.cinegeek.de/free-arte-sama-f%C3%BCr-sama-2019-rating-90-dvd10648 Waad al-Kateab is a 26 year old student with a restless urge to comment. She comments on the individual fate of the Syrian war more intimately than anyone else ever has. In a war that is becoming increasingly complex and violent, she is armed with nothing but a smartphone. In 2012, she planned to finish her studies in Aleppo. Back then, the "Arab Spring" was still raging; there was plenty of hope. It was destroyed by the regime of Bashar al-Assad. Syria sank into chaos and war. The revolution seemed like a distant fantasy. Then al-Kateab decided to stay and not to leave like so many others. She decided to fight for a better future. Then she began her documentary. Almost as if she was putting together a kind of photo album of horror. One that she dedicated to her daughter Sama. Of course, there's also her fear of being killed herself. So For Sama can also be considered a legacy. Here begins the journey of the freedom fighter al-Kateab and her husband Hamza. The pictures are overwhelming! They break through the "fourth wall" to the audience. The people affected appear right before our eyes. They address themselves to us. A mother who just lost her child. She asks why she is being filmed at such a moment of unending tragedy. We do not hear the answer. But this mother will be part of a story that must one day be told. To remember her. and all the other victims of the war. Then we see two brothers taking the dead body of their third brother to the hospital. We see bombed streets and at some point air raids seem like a normal thing. Mass funerals, the work of the many, many volunteers and a freshly born baby. For Sama is the most important humanistic film of the year! All these tragedies and small miracles of humanity are captured by the autodidact al-Kateab. And she always believes in the positive! We often experience war through a family perspective as we have never seen it before. For example, when mothers try to present war to their children as something normal. Domestic life continues to take place amidst deadly threats. One year after the shooting was finished, al-Kateab held out together with Hamza - but in the end, Syria, where even hospitals are being destroyed, is no place to raise a child. In the end, the family manages to escape. Their unrelenting footage saved them! A brave act of resistance! It will remain until the day Sama can watch it.

FREE ON CINEGEEK.DE Roy Andersson - A Swedish Love Story https://www.cinegeek.de/free-youtube-swedish-love-story-en-k%C3...
10/11/2021

FREE ON CINEGEEK.DE Roy Andersson - A Swedish Love Story https://www.cinegeek.de/free-youtube-swedish-love-story-en-k%C3%A4rlekshistoria-1970-rating-84-omeu-dvd3069 A story of first love and "Sturm & Drang"! It's summer. Pär is fifteen, meets his friends, plays pinball, rides around on his moped. A normal teenager. Then Pär visits his grandfather in hospital and meets Annika. They don't speak to each other, but Annika notices Pär too. Definitely. It goes on for a while. They look at each other with eyes in love, but are still too shy to talk to each other. Finally they dance together - but even this first dance does not end like in the classic Hollywood movie. It needs the help of friends to bring Annika and Pär together. The family life of the young couple is problematic. Annika's father is a successful businessman, Pär's father a car painter. They do not take their children's love as seriously as Annika and Pär. For both of them this first time is the whole world! If you know the late Roy Anderson movies (because there are decades between his first and second movie!), you will be surprised about this realistic love drama. Young love is overlaid by family drama. And Anderson's film doesn't fantasize about this - in fact A Swedish Love Story is more realistic than any fantasy! Ann-Sofie Kylin and Rolf Sohlman play Annika and Pär, two typical teenagers who do exactly what teenagers do. They listen to music with the cassette recorder, eat sandwiches. Their first love scene is probably the most tasteful one I know! And the adults? That's another story. Of course they think that Annika and Pär are just summer flirting. Annika's father disapproves of Pär, because he isn't rich. And Pär's parents? Is their son even capable of more than a summer love affair (they doubt it)? A Swedish Love Story is a beautiful film! One that shows the limits of love, but above all how love can overcome limits!

FREE ON CINEGEEK.DE Roy Andersson - A Swedish Love Story https://www.cinegeek.de/free-youtube-swedish-love-story-en-k%C3%A4rlekshistoria-1970-rating-84-omeu-dvd3069 A story of first love and "Sturm & Drang"! It's summer. Pär is fifteen, meets his friends, plays pinball, rides around on his moped. A normal teenager. Then Pär visits his grandfather in hospital and meets Annika. They don't speak to each other, but Annika notices Pär too. Definitely. It goes on for a while. They look at each other with eyes in love, but are still too shy to talk to each other. Finally they dance together - but even this first dance does not end like in the classic Hollywood movie. It needs the help of friends to bring Annika and Pär together. The family life of the young couple is problematic. Annika's father is a successful businessman, Pär's father a car painter. They do not take their children's love as seriously as Annika and Pär. For both of them this first time is the whole world! If you know the late Roy Anderson movies (because there are decades between his first and second movie!), you will be surprised about this realistic love drama. Young love is overlaid by family drama. And Anderson's film doesn't fantasize about this - in fact A Swedish Love Story is more realistic than any fantasy! Ann-Sofie Kylin and Rolf Sohlman play Annika and Pär, two typical teenagers who do exactly what teenagers do. They listen to music with the cassette recorder, eat sandwiches. Their first love scene is probably the most tasteful one I know! And the adults? That's another story. Of course they think that Annika and Pär are just summer flirting. Annika's father disapproves of Pär, because he isn't rich. And Pär's parents? Is their son even capable of more than a summer love affair (they doubt it)? A Swedish Love Story is a beautiful film! One that shows the limits of love, but above all how love can overcome limits!

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CELEBRATE YOUR BIRTHDAY at Filmkunstbar Fitzcarraldo. Contact: [email protected] or: facebook message Willkommen! ... und schön, dass Du vorbeischaust in der Filmkunstbar Fitzcarraldo! Aber velleicht kennen wir uns auch schon? Früher waren wir die alte Filmkunst-Videothek in Friedrichshain. Nach einem Zwischenspiel im "Roderich" in der Glogauer Str. findet man uns nun in Kreuzberg in der Reichenberger Str. 133 wieder, nun erweitert um eine Bar im dekadenten Stil, wo vor Oscar-Wilde-Tapete ein alter Wolpertinger über das Geschehen wacht. Was erwartet Dich bei uns? Zunächst einmal eine gutsortierte, bestens ausgestattete Programm- und Off-Videothek mit Filmen aus aller Welt, allen Genres und allen Zeiten. Wir selbst nennen das "Cinethek" - ihr sucht gutes asiatisches Kino, französische Dramen, klassisches Hollywood, künstlerisch ambitioniertes Avantgarde-Kino, wilde Gruselstreifen, interessante Dokumentarfilme oder einfach nur das, was ihr vor wenigen Monaten beim Programmkino um die Ecke verpasst habt? Kein Problem, haben wir alles da - und wenn ihr so gar nicht weiter wisst, hilft Euch unser Personal. Wer zuhause nach Tips stöbern will, schaut zum Beispiel auf unserer Webpage cinegeek.de nach, wo wir alle Tips, Hinweise und YouTube-Videos posten, die Euch vielleicht Appetit auf mehr machen. Außerdem findet Ihr hier in der Spalte zum Stöbern (Featured Movies) komfortabel zusammengestellte links zu Filmen, die unserem Personal ganz besonders ans Herz gewachsen sind sowie unser gesamtes DVD Sortiment. Alles, was neu in den Laden kommt, findet ihr immer hier. Dann sind wir aber auch eine Bar im alten Stil. Dekadent im Ambiente, bodenständig in der Auswahl: Unkompliziert und entspannt statt fancy und nervös, wirklich vintage statt teuer nachgekauft. Nachmittags könnt Ihr locker zum Kaffee abhängen. Abends kann es schon mal etwas voller werden, ganz im alten Kreuzberger Stil. Und warum Fitzcarraldo? Weil wir einfach ein Herz für größenwahnsinnige Visionen haben. Wir hoffen, Ihr auch! Jedenfalls, wir sehen uns, Eure "Fitzcarraldos" (verfasst von Thomas Groh)

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Hallo liebe Cineasten, in diesem Jahr findet das 10. kurdische Filmfestival Berlin statt. Es gibt trotz Corona einige Vorstellungen im Babylon, Moviemento und FSK Kino. Außerdem hat man die Möglichkeit sich die Filme auch Online zu streamen https://kurdishfilmfestivalberlin.kinow.tv/ku/festival-pass-.html?fbclid=IwAR1RT2IOZyZIhj-9F9b2S6UTZlmz54x0A0ZG4kMl0ZWF7gWRLWJC-sLrEgY Für Fragen stehe ich euch gerne zur Verfügung. Enjoy kurdish cinema 😃 http://www.kurdisches-filmfestival.de/
We're very excited to share our first session back from this prolonged hiatus with a nerve racking performance by @sedricperry. Full video drops on Wednesday 9.09, at 7pm CEST. Tune in! . . . . . . . . . #livemusic #livesession #soul #hiphop #livemusicvideo #her #icantbreathe #blm #singer #cassetteheadsessions #chs Tim Granbacka Hal Strewe Dhanesh Jayaselan Filmkunstbar Fitzcarraldo Asiko Tom
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*LONG POST ALERT* Hello everyone. How are you guys holding up? This is such crazy time to be alive. Its amazing to see everyone is pulling together and helping each other out in any way possible that makes this ordeal somewhat bearable. It’s also so cool to see how much people are creating things and using their time to focus on what they love, whether it be music, art, knitting etc etc.. But anyway I just came on here to let you guys know I’m gonna do a little live stream tomorrow night live from my good friends at Filmkunstbar Fitzcarraldo. They’ve started to do some live streams from their bar to help distract people in a little way from these long days. I’ve been away from music for over a year now since I moved here. I’m planning some things but in the meantime I decided I’d do something productive and play some songs, new and old for you guys. It’s gonna be weird, scary and probably awkward but what the heck. Going live at 19:30 (18:30 Irish time) on Filmkunstbar Fitzcarraldo Instagram and Facebook. I’d love to see some of you guys there and join in with me while I drink beer and play some songs. Btw follow the guys. They’re an amazing bar that really promotes and encourages film, art and music. Okay rant over see you tomorrow! OC x
--THE GREED-- His mouth Is open wide He doesn't have a stomach He would if could Swallow up the universe. His eyes are looking out Longing to be out there And yet he can't Look inside his own two I's And Every dinner He eats another Cow He pours gravy On the Goddamn thing He eats it up Alive. He'll eat a mother In her kidnapped babyscream He's a narcissistic Humanoid He doesnt know it's him. Out of His way He's here to stay Look in his eyes SurpRiSe sUrPriZe... ................................ My mouth Is open wide I ain't got a stomach I would if could Swallow up the universe. My eyes are looking out Longing to be out there And yet We can't Look inside our own two I's And Every dinner We eats another Cow We pour gravy On the Goddamn thing We eat it up Alive. Rise Up Burn Up All that we don't Need Our numbered days are screaming out 'Can't Satisfy The Greed.' Out of our Way Were here to Stay Look In Our Eyes SurPriSE SurpriZe... Where do We go when we go Where do we go no one knows Where do We go when we go ShiShkO ShiShkO DisCo diScO Hello Beautiful Humanoids! Moshe and Joy here 🙂 We are happy to release the first of 3 upcoming videos. We have been super lucky from the get go to have such an amazing and talented team of toddlers helping to make our dreams real!! The song Africa is now called The Greed, and after years of wishing for it, Mosh got to place his words over it. maybe you like it, maybe you don't. tell us in the comments. This video was made possible by the gracious Martin Schuffenhauer at Filmkunstbar Fitzcarraldo who allowed us to use his space. Secondly we would like to recognize and thank Jamie Collier for his recording and mixing (www.JCMRS.net), Jan Luis Gottwald for the camera work (www.vimeo.com/janluisgottwald). And The one and only Mr. Paco Kuntproducktion who filmed edited and directed this video. Our Gigs are all canceled, BUT! we have a few releases coming up this Spring/Summer, including a re-release of the album with a new mix. We would love to see more organic engagement from Shishko lovers. If you feel like helping and you can: *Share our releases* *Like our youtube page* https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqExTqvSw7aeb6IZiNZj_yg… *put us in your playlists* *broadcast us in your radio* *get you parents to like our page* and mostly, stay positive keep strong and creative! Recorded At Filmkunst bar berlin 11.19 Video Editing by: Paco Camera : Jan Luis Gottwald and Paco Kuba Gudz: Drums and Synth bass Joy Tyson: Vocals and Synth Moshe Zehavi: Guitar and vocals Recording, Mixing and Mastering: Jamie Collier Music and Lyrics by: Moshe Zehavi and Joy tyson
THE DLY BLN FILM/SYNTH | 20:00 | Filmkunstbar Fitzcarraldo: Bei Synth-meet-films ist jeder eingeladen ein Teil des Abends zu werden. Wenn du VJ bist, gut mit Synths umgehen kannst oder auch gute Filmtipps hast kannst du dich bei [email protected] anmelden und helfen Filmpassagen mit Musik zu remixen und somit ein individuelles Gesamtkunstwerk des Abends zu schaffen. Dürfte echt interessant werden, aber definitiv auch ziemlich anspruchsvoll. Mitmachen wird belohnt, wer sich reinhängt kann auch bezahlt werden +++ HOUSE | 20:00 | Bulbul Berlin: Zur Mitte der Woche ruft die Midweek Kindness mit nem ziemlich fetten LineUp für ne Mittwochs-Bar-Veranstaltung. Oliver Klostermann, Coramøøn, Mosebo, Friends w/ Benefits und Cihan Ceyhan spielen den housigsten Sound des Abends und bringen nebenbei auch noch Africa-Elemente rein. Wird also verspielt, aber trotzdem sehr stimmungsreich. Eintritt müsste umsonst sein, und geclosed wird mit dem letzten Gast +++ AKUSTIK | 19:30 | Laksmi Bar Berlin: Interessant für alle Straßenmusiker und Leute, die auch so gerne unbekannte Peoples beim spontanen Musizieren beobachten. Open Piano/Guitar in der Wrangelstr. 93 mit Anmeldung um 19:30. Gerne kann man auch eigene Instrumente mitbringen. Die Mutigen bekommen ein bis zwei Drinks aufs Haus, ansonsten ist der Eintritt for free +++ Ab Nulle bietet sichs an einen Block weiter zum Watergate Club zu laufen. Toni Strauss, Kavage, DOBé und Sahil Airy holen auch hier den chilligsten House der Stadt aus der Wasserfloor-Anlage. Tanzen oder nur mit Blick aufs Wasser auf der Couch hocken für Einen Euro pro Stunde bis um Zehne +++ LISTING: New Faces at Tresor w/ Habgud, NUEA Techno Mittwoch at AVA w/ Dominik Vaillant The Unknown at Zu Mir Oder Zu Dir Blue Space at Paloma w/ Felipe Gordon Flauschige Runde at Maze w/ Herz aus Gold Symbiotikka at KitKat w/ Maurice Mino
Distinct decor, awesome and diverse staff! I think I found my home away from home 😌
'Perlee’s ethereally beautiful music dashes all thoughts of howling winds and Tuesday blues from the enraptured, seated audience, transporting us instead to a smoky dreamscape of moonlit skies and yearning.' Tom Mondriag - Irish Culture Berlin Review just in from Tuesday's (full house 🙏😀) show 🌆 💜xx Filmkunstbar Fitzcarraldo Irish Culture Berlin