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24.06.2016 @18:00h Volunteers´Stories The first event of the Berlin-Belgrade Connection program is dedicated to the current, former and future volunteers and those interested in making a difference helping refugees during this difficult time of their lives. Humanitarian aid workers and volunteers provide basic and critical aid to the refugees throughout their journey along the Balkan route, but also smiles and hope. A great desire to help people in need and the recognition of the capacity […]
20:00
  24.06.2016 @20:00h In early 2016, Berlin-based photographer Sven Richter made several trips to the notorious refugee camp in Idomeni, Greece to document the crisis and gain an in-depth perspective on what has been considered the largest migration in Europe since WWII. Shooting on his large format Toyo 45AII with a focus on black and white portraiture his photographs give testament into the lives of the refugees living in what Time Magazine has described as, […]
Dorcol Platz
Jun 24 @ 21:30 – 23:00
21:30
24.06.2016 @21.30h DJs Berlin-Belgrade Paul Hunger, Berlin vs. Kid Kimi, Belgrade Humanity in motion!
Дорћол Platz
Sep 14 @ 19:00 – Sep 16 @ 19:00
19:00
Microphone. Chair. Gallery. Awake for 48 hours. 48 hours of uninterrupted public readings of hundreds of pages of texts: personal stories of refugees and texts about the fates of refugees from antiquity to the present day, demonstrating the misfortune of those who have been forced to leave their homes. It is a call to the world for humanity, for solidarity, to speak out, and for action.
Eckwerk - Holzmarkt Berlin
Sep 29 @ 19:00 – Oct 2 @ 23:00
19:00
WIDE(R)KUNST – ART IS WHAT YOU MAKE OUT OF IT! WIDE(R)KUNST is an art and culture festival together in embrace with Viva con Agua and the Millerntor Gallery in the newly hatched “Säälchen”, the new playground of the Holzmarkt village on the banks of the river Spree.
Säälchen, Holzmarkt
Oct 2 @ 19:00 – Oct 6 @ 0:00
19:00
Берлин mov(!)es за Београд! In cooperation with Nomadenkino & Holzmarkt  Berlin Belgrade Connection is proud to present the first Open Air Cinema Week @Dorcol Platz. Program: Sunday – 2.10.19:00h Realnosti, odjebi (2010) – 24 min., r. Nemanja Vojinović 19:30h B Movie – Mark Reeder 21:00h Tresor – Dimitri HegemannQ&A with Dimitri Hegemann Monday – 3.10. 19:00h Utopija (2016) – 21 min., r. Matija Gluščević 19:30h Das deutsche Kettensägenmassaker 21:00h Zivan pravi pank festival Tuesday – 4.10. 19:00h Ja, […]
Dorcol Platz
Oct 2 @ 19:30 – 21:00
19:30
02.10.2016 – Sunday @19:00h Music, art and chaos in the wild West-Berlin of the 1980’s: the walled-in city became the creative melting pot for sub- and pop-culture. Before the iron curtain fell, everything and anything seemed possible. B-MOVIE is a fast-paced collage of mostly unreleased film and TV footage from a frenzied but creative decade, starting with punk and ending with the Love Parade, in a city where the days are short and the nights are endless. Where […]
Дорћол Platz
Oct 3 @ 19:30 – 21:00
19:30
03.10.2016 – Monday @19:00h In “German Chainsaw Massacre” people meet up with a household of butchers. They detect low cost meat in the East Germans moving over the old boundary into the West and start turning them into sausage. Clara flees the slaying of her sleazy spouse and the rotting East, and lands in the arms of butchers. She is held alive simply because the daughter of the family falls in love with her.
Dorcol Platz
Oct 4 @ 21:00 – 22:30
21:00
04.10.2016 – Tuesday @21:00h Anna Pavlova, Russian party queen, embodies the brutal happiness and tragedy of the Berlin party generation of our times. Lost in the edge between insanity and seldom poetical lucidity, wandering alone through the streets of Berlin, she shows us the side of the party world that we rarely see. Anti-hero of civilized society, her existence is a desperate attempt to live in a never-ending happiness, in order not to see the world […]
Dorcol Platz
Oct 5 @ 19:30 – 21:00
19:30
05.10.2016 – Wednesday @19:30h Desire Will Set You Free is a feature film that explores life in contemporary Berlin with an often critical and sometimes humorous eye. Based on a true story, the plot follows the relationship of an American writer of Israeli/Palestinian descent and a Russian aspiring artist working as a hustler, offering access to the city’s vibrant queer and underground scenes while examining the differences between expatriate and refugee life.
Dorcol Platz