bi'bak

bi'bak bi’bak (Turkish: have a look) is a project space based in Berlin, with a focus on transnational narratives, migration, global mobility and their aesthetic dimensions.

bi’bak (Türkisch: Schau mal) ist ein Projektraum mit Sitz in Berlin, mit einem Fokus auf transnationale Narrative, Migration, globale Mobilität und ihre ästhetischen Dimensionen. Das interdisziplinäre Programm von bi’bak bewegt sich an der Schnittstelle von Kunst, Wissenschaft und Gemeinschaft und umfasst Filmvorführungen und Ausstellungen, Workshops sowie musikalische und kulinarische Exkursionen.

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SİNEMA TRANSTOPIA: 25 — 28.11 🏙📽Continuing of the un.thai.tled film festival 2021 COMMON COLD   alongside a video work s...
22/11/2021

SİNEMA TRANSTOPIA: 25 — 28.11 🏙📽

Continuing of the un.thai.tled film festival 2021 COMMON COLD alongside a video work shown on the facade of the SİNEMA, Q***r Intervention: Farewell My Concubine, SINEMA +++ , an evening in two parts: EXERCISES IN BECOMING UNCERTAIN Marianna Christofides | MINAMATA – THE VICTIMS AND THEIR WORLD (16mm) await you in this week in Sinema!

All events will take place in accordance with the SARS-CoV-2 infection control measures currently in force. ➟ https://bi-bak.de/contact

📆Thursday, 25.11.2021 20:00
BORDERS CROSSING BODIES, OV with English subs
Followed by a talk with Graiwoot Chulphongsathorn
🎟https://www.kinoheld.de/cinema-berlin/sinema-transtopia-berlin/show/2469529094#panel-seats

📆Friday, 26.11.2021 20:00
HOPELESS CONDITIONS, OV with English subs
Followed by a talk with Sisu Satrawaha
🎟https://www.kinoheld.de/cinema-berlin/sinema-transtopia-berlin/show/2469529216#panel-seats

📆Saturday, 27.11.2021 20:00
Q***R INTERVENTION: FAREWELL MY CONCUBINE, OV with English subs
Followed by a performance with Ming P**n and DaruneeTerdtoontaveedej
🎟https://www.kinoheld.de/kino-berlin/sinema-transtopia-berlin/vorstellung/2485329063?mode=widget&rb=0&layout=shows&layouts=shows#panel-seats

📆Sunday, 28.11.2021
Berliner Förderprogramm Künstlerische Forschung @ SİNEMA TRANSTOPIA
Lecture Performance and Film Screening
17:30 Marianna Christofides, exercises in becoming uncertain, Exploratory reading

19:30 Tsuchimoto Noriaki, Minamata – The Victims and Their World (1971), 16mm Film screening
🎟https://www.kinoheld.de/kino-berlin/sinema-transtopia-berlin/vorstellung/2476404403?mode=widget&rb=0&layout=shows&layouts=shows#panel-seats

📆Every evening from 19:00 to 00:00 on the façade of the SİNEMA TRANSTOPIA
I AM NOT YOUR MOTHER, 2-CHANNELS VIDEO INSTALLATION, Sarnt Utamachote, 2020

SİNEMA TRANSTOPIA: 25 — 28.11 🏙📽

Continuing of the un.thai.tled film festival 2021 COMMON COLD alongside a video work shown on the facade of the SİNEMA, Q***r Intervention: Farewell My Concubine, SINEMA +++ , an evening in two parts: EXERCISES IN BECOMING UNCERTAIN Marianna Christofides | MINAMATA – THE VICTIMS AND THEIR WORLD (16mm) await you in this week in Sinema!

All events will take place in accordance with the SARS-CoV-2 infection control measures currently in force. ➟ https://bi-bak.de/contact

📆Thursday, 25.11.2021 20:00
BORDERS CROSSING BODIES, OV with English subs
Followed by a talk with Graiwoot Chulphongsathorn
🎟https://www.kinoheld.de/cinema-berlin/sinema-transtopia-berlin/show/2469529094#panel-seats

📆Friday, 26.11.2021 20:00
HOPELESS CONDITIONS, OV with English subs
Followed by a talk with Sisu Satrawaha
🎟https://www.kinoheld.de/cinema-berlin/sinema-transtopia-berlin/show/2469529216#panel-seats

📆Saturday, 27.11.2021 20:00
Q***R INTERVENTION: FAREWELL MY CONCUBINE, OV with English subs
Followed by a performance with Ming P**n and DaruneeTerdtoontaveedej
🎟https://www.kinoheld.de/kino-berlin/sinema-transtopia-berlin/vorstellung/2485329063?mode=widget&rb=0&layout=shows&layouts=shows#panel-seats

📆Sunday, 28.11.2021
Berliner Förderprogramm Künstlerische Forschung @ SİNEMA TRANSTOPIA
Lecture Performance and Film Screening
17:30 Marianna Christofides, exercises in becoming uncertain, Exploratory reading

19:30 Tsuchimoto Noriaki, Minamata – The Victims and Their World (1971), 16mm Film screening
🎟https://www.kinoheld.de/kino-berlin/sinema-transtopia-berlin/vorstellung/2476404403?mode=widget&rb=0&layout=shows&layouts=shows#panel-seats

📆Every evening from 19:00 to 00:00 on the façade of the SİNEMA TRANSTOPIA
I AM NOT YOUR MOTHER, 2-CHANNELS VIDEO INSTALLATION, Sarnt Utamachote, 2020

This November, SİNEMA TRANSTOPIA extends beyond the auditorium as we transform the facade of Haus der Statistik into a p...
20/11/2021

This November, SİNEMA TRANSTOPIA extends beyond the auditorium as we transform the facade of Haus der Statistik into a projection screen!
As part of the project SİNEMA HERE'N THERE funded by the Berliner Projektfonds Urbane Praxis, Sarnt Utamachote's 2020 2-channel video installation, I AM NOT YOUR MOTHER can be freely viewed from street level. November on on show every evening between 17.00 to 00.00 until 30th November: "With these videos, I want to convey to audiences the uncanniness of the ongoing neocolonial relationships; as if the audiences - representing the curious tourists and opportunistic colonialists - were orphaned and were to be adopted by the indigenous ‘mother entities’, which are actually not their ancestors." (Sarnt Utamachote)
https://bi-bak.de/en/bi-bakino/common-cold/443-i-am-not-your-mother-3-kanal-video-installation-auf-der-fassade

On Thursday 2nd December, COMMON COLD  |un.thai.tled Film Festival 2021, takes a walk on the wild side! Taking centre st...
19/11/2021

On Thursday 2nd December, COMMON COLD |un.thai.tled Film Festival 2021, takes a walk on the wild side!

Taking centre stage, Mattie Do's sci-fi thriller, The Long Walk (2019), is a powerful critique of the violence enacted by so-called progress narratives and the sharp boundaries that exist between modern technology and traditional shamanic beliefs. Set in rural Laos, the intertwined story – about a time-travelling killer, an innocent boy, and the company of ghosts – is a lesson on the cyclical nature of generational trauma.

⚠️Trigger Warning: family abuse, corpses and gore.

+++ After the screening, the director, Mattie Do will join us in conversation.

🎟Book your tickets in advance by following the link⤵

https://www.kinoheld.de/kino-berlin/sinema-transtopia-berlin/vorstellung/2469529694?mode=widget&rb=0&layout=shows&layouts=shows#panel-seats

Mattie Do was born to Laotian refugees and raised in Los Angeles. She returned to Laos to help the government create the infrastructure necessary to bring foreign co-productions to Laos. Her debut film Chanthaly (2012) was the first Laotian film to screen outside of Southeast Asia. Her second film Dearest Sister (2016) was Laos’ first submission for Best International Film at the 90th Academy Awards.

On Friday 26th November we present HOPELESS CONDITIONS, an event as part of COMMON COLD  | un.thai.tled Film Festival 20...
18/11/2021

On Friday 26th November we present HOPELESS CONDITIONS, an event as part of COMMON COLD | un.thai.tled Film Festival 2021!

The evening features two films that are an argument on the difficulties to escape from the tight grip of the Thai state and article 112, one which prohibits insulting the monarchy under the threat of up to 15 years of imprisonment.

คนหมายเลขศูนย์ Mr. Zero, a 2016 film directed by นัชชา ตันติวิทยาพิทักษ์ Nutcha Tantivitayapitak and ชวัลรัตน์ รุ้งแสงเจริญทิพย์ Chawanrat Rungsangcharoenthip, follows Pundit Anemia, one of the many stories in which an extremely fragile state accuses its critics of insanity in order to get rid of them.

อนินทรีย์แดง Red Aninsri; Or, Tiptoeing on the Still Trembling Berlin Wall, a 2020 film by รัชฏ์ภูมิ บุญบัญชาโชค Ratchapoom Boonbunchachoke, is a campy comment on the structural impossibility of critique: What remains when the state co-opts the demands of the movement, usurping the demands of liberation, only to expand its control?

+++ Following the screening filmmaker Sisu Satrawaha (ศิศุ สาตราวาหะ) will join us in conversation.

🎟🔗Book your tickets in advance by following the link ⤵
https://www.kinoheld.de/kino-berlin/sinema-transtopia-berlin/vorstellung/2469529216?mode=widget&rb=0&layout=shows&layouts=shows#panel-seats

SİNEMA TRANSTOPIA | COMMON COLD  SPECIAL! 👇🏽Following the un.thai.tled Film Festival screening event “WE CAN BE HEROES J...
16/11/2021

SİNEMA TRANSTOPIA | COMMON COLD SPECIAL! 👇🏽

Following the un.thai.tled Film Festival screening event “WE CAN BE HEROES JUST FOR ONE DAY”, this Friday from 22.30 we are delighted to host musician and artist Pisitakun who will treat us to a live music set!

Hailing from Bangkok, Pisitakun uses his music to question the current political state in Thailand, representing a decisive break from many of his Thai peers. Taking place in our intimate bar area, this is a rare chance to hear one of Thailand's most important new artists live in Berlin. Pisitakun's works are based on political speculation and the external and internal frustrations artists are subject to.

Click the link to book your tickets in advance, not to miss the screening of แร็ปทะลุฝ้า ราชาไม่หยุดฝัน School Town King(2020) before Pisitakun's performance⤵
https://www.kinoheld.de/kino-berlin/sinema-transtopia-berlin/vorstellung/2469520589?mode=widget&rb=0&layout=shows&layouts=shows&fbclid=IwAR2eNCVN3nA446avSd7ZcSUemWlYh2ibEDUs2ZTurgBPlLwtf_FGo5qox8Q#panel-seats

A curious, intimate and empathetic way of storytelling reminiscent of a rap video, the evening will revolve around แร็ปทะลุฝ้า ราชาไม่หยุดฝัน School Town King(2020). Directed by Wattanapume Laisuwanchai, the film tells the story of two boys from the Klong Toey slums in Bangkok who share their experiences through rap.

🚸📽🖍️ Offenes Workshopangebot für Kinder und Erwachsene 🚸📽🖍️ TRICKMISCH WERKSTATT: Lichttisch-AnimationenWorkshopleitung ...
15/11/2021

🚸📽🖍️ Offenes Workshopangebot für Kinder und Erwachsene 🚸📽🖍️ TRICKMISCH WERKSTATT: Lichttisch-Animationen
Workshopleitung Julia Kapelle Trick Misch
Samstag den 04.12.2021 von 11:00 - 17:00
im SİNEMA TRANSTOPIA
Zum Anmeldungsformular hier⤵
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1kttpuuACdrhq3LHrPdPPHqBS7EOmYdBwjNz5ALQveVk/edit

Für die Trickmisch Werkstatt laden wir für einen Samstagnachmittag Kinder und Eltern ein, verschiedene Formen des Unterwegsseins zu beschreiben, zu bebildern und in kleinen Trickfilmen auf dem Lichttisch zu animieren. Drei Stationen helfen euch, Wortmaterial für eure Trickfilme zu finden. Die erfundenen Texte werden schließlich als Trickfilm-Geschichten animiert. Wir stempeln Schlangengedichte á la Meret Oppenheim oder bilden absurde Wortkombinationen wie die Surrealist*innen. Die erfundenen Texte werden schließlich als Trickfilm-Geschichten animiert.

Schaut unter www.trickmisch.de wenn ihr Beispiele sehen wollt!

Gefördert durch den Berliner Projektfonds Kulturelle Bildung des Bezirksamt Mitte FS3 und den Berliner Projektfonds Urbane Praxis

🚸📽🖍️ Offenes Workshopangebot für Kinder und Erwachsene 🚸📽🖍️ TRICKMISCH WERKSTATT: Lichttisch-Animationen
Workshopleitung Julia Kapelle Trick Misch
Samstag den 04.12.2021 von 11:00 - 17:00
im SİNEMA TRANSTOPIA
Zum Anmeldungsformular hier⤵
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1kttpuuACdrhq3LHrPdPPHqBS7EOmYdBwjNz5ALQveVk/edit

Für die Trickmisch Werkstatt laden wir für einen Samstagnachmittag Kinder und Eltern ein, verschiedene Formen des Unterwegsseins zu beschreiben, zu bebildern und in kleinen Trickfilmen auf dem Lichttisch zu animieren. Drei Stationen helfen euch, Wortmaterial für eure Trickfilme zu finden. Die erfundenen Texte werden schließlich als Trickfilm-Geschichten animiert. Wir stempeln Schlangengedichte á la Meret Oppenheim oder bilden absurde Wortkombinationen wie die Surrealist*innen. Die erfundenen Texte werden schließlich als Trickfilm-Geschichten animiert.

Schaut unter www.trickmisch.de wenn ihr Beispiele sehen wollt!

Gefördert durch den Berliner Projektfonds Kulturelle Bildung des Bezirksamt Mitte FS3 und den Berliner Projektfonds Urbane Praxis

#Sundayread via Tagesspiegel »In Serpil Turhans Filmen können wir auch etwas von unserer Wirklichkeit entdecken. / In Se...
14/11/2021
Die Heimat zwischen Kreuzberg und Kurdistan

#Sundayread via Tagesspiegel

»In Serpil Turhans Filmen können wir auch etwas von unserer Wirklichkeit entdecken. / In Serpil Turhan's films we can also discover something of our reality.«
In her recent Tagesspiegel article, 'Die Heimat zwischen Kreuzberg und Kurdistan', bi'bak collaborator, teacher and film-programme producer Madeleine Bernstorff writes about filmmaker Serpil Turhan's new documentary film, Köy.

👀https://www.tagesspiegel.de/kultur/serpil-turhan-im-portraet-die-heimat-zwischen-kreuzberg-und-kurdistan/27783190.html?fbclid=IwAR3ZJUUih2g249nQ8CvP1My7SwkvIaXUGSC-4oXL-99JnGsNPmOJdRj6N38

Following the lives of three generations of Kurdish women in Berlin, Bernstorff writes how Köy, meaning village in Turkish, shows how the minutiae of the everyday is inextricably interwoven with politics on an international scale: "Herzstück des Films sind Gespräche zur politischen Lage in der Türkei – in der Nachfolge des Putschversuchs von 2016, des Verfassungsreferendums und der Einführung des Präsidialsystems, einhergehend mit der Kriminalisierung der Opposition. Wie auch Fragen von fragiler Zugehörigkeit und dominanten Zuschreibungen, eben all den Widersprüchen in der Selbstbehauptung."

In ihrer Doku „Köy“ porträtiert die Filmemacherin Serpil Turhan drei kurdische Frauen-Generationen in Berlin. Eine Begegnung.

13/11/2021

SINEMA +++ | Cinema beyond the Screen, a series exploring the spatial possibilities of cinema to go beyond the screen, returns with two works by Ojoboca on Sunday 14th November!

Join us for The Hot & The Cold (2018), a piece inspired by phantasmagoria , the 18th century magic lantern spectacle, that combines 16mm film, slide projection, sound and light which will be performed live at SİNEMA TRANSTOPIA. We will also be screening Comfort Stations (2018), a 16mm film that expertly interweaves found footage lifted from a wide variety of sources. Voice by Mary Ocher!

🎟Tickets are limited so book yours in advance!⤵
https://www.kinoheld.de/kino-berlin/sinema-transtopia-berlin/vorstellung/2457344952?mode=widget&rb=0&layout=shows&layouts=shows&fbclid=IwAR27qeCIVxBl7XkDrq6Pg6tjEZGEu0J0MSvOsAb4Mt58-8hK8FcagdE2y_s#panel-seats

More information about the programme & Hygiene concept SİNEMA, see our website:
👉sinematranstopia.com

Anja Dornieden and Juan David González Monroy, working under the moniker Ojoboca, have presented their work at the Österreichisches Filmmuseum, Anthology Film Archives, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlinale, International Film Festival Rotterdam, and New York Film Festival.

Photograph of audience at EMAF courtesy of Angela von Brill.
Stills from The Hot & The Cold

10/11/2021

SİNEMA TRANSTOPIA is delighted to host the un.thai.tled collective once again as they return with the 2021 edition of their unique film festival: COMMON COLD !
Starting this Thursday, Common Cold will unfold over 9 evenings as a series of screenings, presentations and conversations. The festival will feature a diverse array of contemporary and archival films, carefully curated by Sarnt Utamachote and Rosalia Namsai Engchuan, that focus on Thailand, Laos, Vietnam and Cambodia against the backdrop of the Cold War and its aftermath.
For detailed information on all festival events and to book your tickets in advance, check our website⤵
http://sinematranstopia.com

This week at SİNEMA TRANSTOPIA🌃📽 ➟ COMMON COLD , the un.thai.tled Film Festival 2021 begins!  ➟ A new installation on t...
09/11/2021

This week at SİNEMA TRANSTOPIA🌃📽

➟ COMMON COLD , the un.thai.tled Film Festival 2021 begins!
➟ A new installation on the façade of the SİNEMA!
➟ SINEMA +++ , a series exploring the spatial possibilities of Cinema beyond the Screen, returns with two works by Ojoboca!

🎟Tickets are limited so book yours in advance!
https://www.kinoheld.de/kino-berlin/sinema-transtopia-berlin

More information & Hygiene concept, see our website⤵
sinematranstopia.com

📆Thursday,11.11.2021 20:00
COMMON COLD | un.thai.tled Film Festival 2021 / / OPENING
BIG BROTHER IS COMING
OV with English subs
Followed by a talk with Kong Rithdee (ก้อง ฤทธิ์ดี)
https://bi-bak.de/bi-bakino/common-cold/430-big-brother-is-coming


📆Friday, 12.11.2021 20:00
AB-UND-ZUGEHÖRIGKEITSANGELEGENHEITEN I PRESENTATION FROM THE FILM WORKSHOP WITH PIMPAKA TOWIRA AND un.thai.tled COLLECTIVE 2020
OV with English subs
📍📍📍Admission is free for everyone!
https://bi-bak.de/bi-bakino/common-cold/431-ab-und-zugehoerigkeitsangelegenheiten-i-praesentation-des-filmworkshops-mit-pimpaka-towira-und-un-thai-tled-collective-2020


📆Sunday, 14.11.2021 20:00
SINEMA +++ | Cinema beyond the Screen
THE HOT & THE COLD
An expanded cinema performance by Ojoboca
(Anja Dornieden, Juan David González Monroy)
https://bi-bak.de/bi-bakino/sinema/357-the-hot-the-cold

&

I AM NOT YOUR MOTHER (2020) VIDEO INSTALLATION BY Sarnt Utamachote
Every evening from 19:00 to 21:00 from 09.11 to 30.11.2021
On the façade of the SİNEMA TRANSTOPIA
https://bi-bak.de/bi-bakino/common-cold/441-i-am-not-your-mother-i-video-installation-von-sarnt-utamachote-auf-der-fassade

As part of the project SİNEMA HERE'N THERE funded by Berliner Projektfonds Urbane Praxis (Berlin Project Fund for Urban Practice)

#Sundayread via Tagesspiegel »Für eine inklusive Filmgeschichte ist unter anderem eine Entnationalisierung der Förderun...
07/11/2021
Das Kino hat keine Grenzen

#Sundayread via Tagesspiegel

»Für eine inklusive Filmgeschichte ist unter anderem eine Entnationalisierung der Förderung nötig. Wer dafür Argumente braucht, wird bei „#FilmRestored“ fündig.«

https://www.tagesspiegel.de/kultur/nationales-filmerbe-das-kino-hat-keine-grenzen/27765168.html?fbclid=IwAR2fqsrifLEV1EYkb4eS3zwcT4qjVBTRxlNHQKYULWYNN2njwy5t8zJzMn4

In his Tagesspiegel article, "Das Kino hat keine Grenzen", Fabian Tietke writes about Film Restored – Das Filmerbe-Festival (3rd - 7th of November) and the panel "Transnational Archive Efforts" which considers the preservation status of films with a background in migrant communities, what archives can do to help projects marginalized by film history and whether a “national” cinema history can be reconstructed at all without transnational archive work.

You can find the program online at → www.film-restored.de

Auch Filme können eine Migrationsgeschichte haben. Ist das Konzept „nationales Filmerbe“ heute überhaupt noch zeitgemäß? Ein Essay.

Adresse

SİNEMA TRANSTOPIA Haus Der Statistik - Haus B, Otto-Braun-Straße 72
Berlin
13359

Allgemeine Information

bi’bak (Turkish: have a look) is a project space based in Berlin, with a focus on transnational narratives, migration, global mobility and their aesthetic dimensions. bi’bak’s programme examines diverse disciplines in art, academics, and community development, including film screenings, exhibitions, workshops as well as music events and culinary excursions. bi'bak is a non-profit organization founded in 2014 by the artists and curators Malve Lippmann and Can Sungu. The curated film programme, bi'bakino, as well as the audio programme bi'bakaudio aims to show transnational, postcolonial and postmigrant perspectives. Experts invited from the fields of art, film and academics will enable a more differentiated, explicitly non-European view of society and cultural history. bi'baxchange offers a platform for cultural actors and projects, initiating cross-border collaborations. bi'bakwerk works with innovative concepts for art education, which aim for an equal participation and the exchange of ideas, knowledge and creativity. bi'bak's research-based exhibitions focus on widely neglected narratives and perspectives that are crucial for a comprehensive understanding of socio-political and socio-economic contexts worldwide. bi'bak was awarded by the Berlin Senate for Culture and Europe for its project space in 2017.

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SİNEMA TRANSTOPIA
Haus der Statistik - Haus B
Otto-Braun-Str. 70-72
10178 Berlin
Germany

From September 2020 on

Directions:
U2, U5, U8 Alexanderplatz
S3, S5, S7, S9
M1, M4, M5, M6

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bi’bak

bi’bak (Turkish: have a look) is a project space based in Berlin, with a focus on transnational narratives, migration, global mobility and their aesthetic dimensions. bi’bak’s programme examines diverse disciplines in art, academics, and community development, including film screenings, exhibitions, workshops as well as music events and culinary excursions.

bi'bak is a non-profit organization founded in 2014 by the artists and curators Malve Lippmann and Can Sungu. The curated film programme, bi'bakino, as well as the audio programme bi'bakaudio aims to show transnational, postcolonial and postmigrant perspectives. Experts invited from the fields of art, film and academics will enable a more differentiated, non-eurocentric view of society and cultural history. bi'baxchange offers a platform for cultural actors and projects, initiating cross-border collaborations. bi'bakwerk works with innovative concepts for art education, which aim for an equal participation and the exchange of ideas, knowledge and creativity. bi'bak's research-based exhibitions focus on widely neglected narratives and perspectives that are crucial for a comprehensive understanding of socio-political and socio-economic contexts worldwide. bi'bak was awarded by the Berlin Senate for Culture and Europe for its project space in 2017 and 2020.

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SİNEMA TRANSTOPIA: 25 — 28.11 🏙📽 Continuing of the un.thai.tled film festival 2021 COMMON COLD alongside a video work shown on the facade of the SİNEMA, Q***r Intervention: Farewell My Concubine, SINEMA +++ , an evening in two parts: EXERCISES IN BECOMING UNCERTAIN Marianna Christofides | MINAMATA – THE VICTIMS AND THEIR WORLD (16mm) await you in this week in Sinema! All events will take place in accordance with the SARS-CoV-2 infection control measures currently in force. ➟ https://bi-bak.de/contact 📆Thursday, 25.11.2021 20:00 BORDERS CROSSING BODIES, OV with English subs Followed by a talk with Graiwoot Chulphongsathorn 🎟https://www.kinoheld.de/cinema-berlin/sinema-transtopia-berlin/show/2469529094#panel-seats 📆Friday, 26.11.2021 20:00 HOPELESS CONDITIONS, OV with English subs Followed by a talk with Sisu Satrawaha 🎟https://www.kinoheld.de/cinema-berlin/sinema-transtopia-berlin/show/2469529216#panel-seats 📆Saturday, 27.11.2021 20:00 Q***R INTERVENTION: FAREWELL MY CONCUBINE, OV with English subs Followed by a performance with Ming P**n and DaruneeTerdtoontaveedej 🎟https://www.kinoheld.de/kino-berlin/sinema-transtopia-berlin/vorstellung/2485329063?mode=widget&rb=0&layout=shows&layouts=shows#panel-seats 📆Sunday, 28.11.2021 Berliner Förderprogramm Künstlerische Forschung @ SİNEMA TRANSTOPIA Lecture Performance and Film Screening 17:30 Marianna Christofides, exercises in becoming uncertain, Exploratory reading
 19:30 Tsuchimoto Noriaki, Minamata – The Victims and Their World (1971), 16mm Film screening 🎟https://www.kinoheld.de/kino-berlin/sinema-transtopia-berlin/vorstellung/2476404403?mode=widget&rb=0&layout=shows&layouts=shows#panel-seats 📆Every evening from 19:00 to 00:00 on the façade of the SİNEMA TRANSTOPIA I AM NOT YOUR MOTHER, 2-CHANNELS VIDEO INSTALLATION, Sarnt Utamachote, 2020
This November, SİNEMA TRANSTOPIA extends beyond the auditorium as we transform the facade of Haus der Statistik into a projection screen! As part of the project SİNEMA HERE'N THERE funded by the Berliner Projektfonds Urbane Praxis, Sarnt Utamachote's 2020 2-channel video installation, I AM NOT YOUR MOTHER can be freely viewed from street level. November on on show every evening between 17.00 to 00.00 until 30th November: "With these videos, I want to convey to audiences the uncanniness of the ongoing neocolonial relationships; as if the audiences - representing the curious tourists and opportunistic colonialists - were orphaned and were to be adopted by the indigenous ‘mother entities’, which are actually not their ancestors." (Sarnt Utamachote) https://bi-bak.de/en/bi-bakino/common-cold/443-i-am-not-your-mother-3-kanal-video-installation-auf-der-fassade
On Thursday 2nd December, COMMON COLD |un.thai.tled Film Festival 2021, takes a walk on the wild side! Taking centre stage, Mattie Do's sci-fi thriller, The Long Walk (2019), is a powerful critique of the violence enacted by so-called progress narratives and the sharp boundaries that exist between modern technology and traditional shamanic beliefs. Set in rural Laos, the intertwined story – about a time-travelling killer, an innocent boy, and the company of ghosts – is a lesson on the cyclical nature of generational trauma. ⚠️Trigger Warning: family abuse, corpses and gore. +++ After the screening, the director, Mattie Do will join us in conversation. 🎟Book your tickets in advance by following the link⤵ https://www.kinoheld.de/kino-berlin/sinema-transtopia-berlin/vorstellung/2469529694?mode=widget&rb=0&layout=shows&layouts=shows#panel-seats Mattie Do was born to Laotian refugees and raised in Los Angeles. She returned to Laos to help the government create the infrastructure necessary to bring foreign co-productions to Laos. Her debut film Chanthaly (2012) was the first Laotian film to screen outside of Southeast Asia. Her second film Dearest Sister (2016) was Laos’ first submission for Best International Film at the 90th Academy Awards.
On Friday 26th November we present HOPELESS CONDITIONS, an event as part of COMMON COLD | un.thai.tled Film Festival 2021! The evening features two films that are an argument on the difficulties to escape from the tight grip of the Thai state and article 112, one which prohibits insulting the monarchy under the threat of up to 15 years of imprisonment. คนหมายเลขศูนย์ Mr. Zero, a 2016 film directed by นัชชา ตันติวิทยาพิทักษ์ Nutcha Tantivitayapitak and ชวัลรัตน์ รุ้งแสงเจริญทิพย์ Chawanrat Rungsangcharoenthip, follows Pundit Anemia, one of the many stories in which an extremely fragile state accuses its critics of insanity in order to get rid of them. อนินทรีย์แดง Red Aninsri; Or, Tiptoeing on the Still Trembling Berlin Wall, a 2020 film by รัชฏ์ภูมิ บุญบัญชาโชค Ratchapoom Boonbunchachoke, is a campy comment on the structural impossibility of critique: What remains when the state co-opts the demands of the movement, usurping the demands of liberation, only to expand its control? +++ Following the screening filmmaker Sisu Satrawaha (ศิศุ สาตราวาหะ) will join us in conversation. 🎟🔗Book your tickets in advance by following the link ⤵ https://www.kinoheld.de/kino-berlin/sinema-transtopia-berlin/vorstellung/2469529216?mode=widget&rb=0&layout=shows&layouts=shows#panel-seats
SİNEMA TRANSTOPIA | COMMON COLD SPECIAL! 👇🏽 Following the un.thai.tled Film Festival screening event “WE CAN BE HEROES JUST FOR ONE DAY”, this Friday from 22.30 we are delighted to host musician and artist Pisitakun who will treat us to a live music set! Hailing from Bangkok, Pisitakun uses his music to question the current political state in Thailand, representing a decisive break from many of his Thai peers. Taking place in our intimate bar area, this is a rare chance to hear one of Thailand's most important new artists live in Berlin. Pisitakun's works are based on political speculation and the external and internal frustrations artists are subject to. Click the link to book your tickets in advance, not to miss the screening of แร็ปทะลุฝ้า ราชาไม่หยุดฝัน School Town King(2020) before Pisitakun's performance⤵ https://www.kinoheld.de/kino-berlin/sinema-transtopia-berlin/vorstellung/2469520589?mode=widget&rb=0&layout=shows&layouts=shows&fbclid=IwAR2eNCVN3nA446avSd7ZcSUemWlYh2ibEDUs2ZTurgBPlLwtf_FGo5qox8Q#panel-seats A curious, intimate and empathetic way of storytelling reminiscent of a rap video, the evening will revolve around แร็ปทะลุฝ้า ราชาไม่หยุดฝัน School Town King(2020). Directed by Wattanapume Laisuwanchai, the film tells the story of two boys from the Klong Toey slums in Bangkok who share their experiences through rap.
🚸📽🖍️ Offenes Workshopangebot für Kinder und Erwachsene 🚸📽🖍️ TRICKMISCH WERKSTATT: Lichttisch-Animationen Workshopleitung Julia Kapelle Trick Misch Samstag den 04.12.2021 von 11:00 - 17:00 im SİNEMA TRANSTOPIA Zum Anmeldungsformular hier⤵ https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1kttpuuACdrhq3LHrPdPPHqBS7EOmYdBwjNz5ALQveVk/edit Für die Trickmisch Werkstatt laden wir für einen Samstagnachmittag Kinder und Eltern ein, verschiedene Formen des Unterwegsseins zu beschreiben, zu bebildern und in kleinen Trickfilmen auf dem Lichttisch zu animieren. Drei Stationen helfen euch, Wortmaterial für eure Trickfilme zu finden. Die erfundenen Texte werden schließlich als Trickfilm-Geschichten animiert. Wir stempeln Schlangengedichte á la Meret Oppenheim oder bilden absurde Wortkombinationen wie die Surrealist*innen. Die erfundenen Texte werden schließlich als Trickfilm-Geschichten animiert. Schaut unter www.trickmisch.de wenn ihr Beispiele sehen wollt! Gefördert durch den Berliner Projektfonds Kulturelle Bildung des Bezirksamt Mitte FS3 und den Berliner Projektfonds Urbane Praxis
#Sundayread via Tagesspiegel »In Serpil Turhans Filmen können wir auch etwas von unserer Wirklichkeit entdecken. / In Serpil Turhan's films we can also discover something of our reality.« In her recent Tagesspiegel article, 'Die Heimat zwischen Kreuzberg und Kurdistan', bi'bak collaborator, teacher and film-programme producer Madeleine Bernstorff writes about filmmaker Serpil Turhan's new documentary film, Köy. 👀https://www.tagesspiegel.de/kultur/serpil-turhan-im-portraet-die-heimat-zwischen-kreuzberg-und-kurdistan/27783190.html?fbclid=IwAR3ZJUUih2g249nQ8CvP1My7SwkvIaXUGSC-4oXL-99JnGsNPmOJdRj6N38 Following the lives of three generations of Kurdish women in Berlin, Bernstorff writes how Köy, meaning village in Turkish, shows how the minutiae of the everyday is inextricably interwoven with politics on an international scale: "Herzstück des Films sind Gespräche zur politischen Lage in der Türkei – in der Nachfolge des Putschversuchs von 2016, des Verfassungsreferendums und der Einführung des Präsidialsystems, einhergehend mit der Kriminalisierung der Opposition. Wie auch Fragen von fragiler Zugehörigkeit und dominanten Zuschreibungen, eben all den Widersprüchen in der Selbstbehauptung."
SINEMA +++ | Cinema beyond the Screen, a series exploring the spatial possibilities of cinema to go beyond the screen, returns with two works by Ojoboca on Sunday 14th November! Join us for The Hot & The Cold (2018), a piece inspired by phantasmagoria , the 18th century magic lantern spectacle, that combines 16mm film, slide projection, sound and light which will be performed live at SİNEMA TRANSTOPIA. We will also be screening Comfort Stations (2018), a 16mm film that expertly interweaves found footage lifted from a wide variety of sources. Voice by Mary Ocher! 🎟Tickets are limited so book yours in advance!⤵ https://www.kinoheld.de/kino-berlin/sinema-transtopia-berlin/vorstellung/2457344952?mode=widget&rb=0&layout=shows&layouts=shows&fbclid=IwAR27qeCIVxBl7XkDrq6Pg6tjEZGEu0J0MSvOsAb4Mt58-8hK8FcagdE2y_s#panel-seats More information about the programme & Hygiene concept SİNEMA, see our website: 👉sinematranstopia.com Anja Dornieden and Juan David González Monroy, working under the moniker Ojoboca, have presented their work at the Österreichisches Filmmuseum, Anthology Film Archives, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlinale, International Film Festival Rotterdam, and New York Film Festival. Photograph of audience at EMAF courtesy of Angela von Brill. Stills from The Hot & The Cold