The end is near. You can visit Berlin, as long as it is still. The us zurasenden asteroids with nuclear missiles from orbit? Did not work. In the Bunker? To little space. So the city and not only they, contrary to totter to the precipice, clouds of smoke through the main station and the Chancellery, the raging of the Mob through the city centre, which lies desolate sub-tree road, for example, during the magnificent Foyer of the Westin Grand hotel in the Friedrichstraße, as after a hasty escape.
no, it is not a pleasure to be in the eight-part Sky series "8 days", Berlin. Where the dead zone ends in a 60 km thick Run not to the border of the city. The Directors Stefan Ruzowitzky and Michael Krummenacher have put together an attractive studded Ensemble, the people in and around Berlin and particularly of a family in the last days before the end of the world watching – including Mark Waschke, Nora forest sites, Devid Striesow, Henry Hübchen and Christiane Paul. 1. March can Sky subscribers decide whether Berlin is still in decline, the world premiere is already in the framework of the Berlinale Series.
The Berlinale in Berlin movies? Unthinkable. It should have never been, is not there this time. The city on the Spree is much too exciting to leave it as turning and setting it on the left. You'll just have to live our night, after all, only the Kreuzberg are long nights long, you can see the best in the David Dietls documentary "Berlin Bouncer" (Perspektive Deutsches Kino).
Three of these "Bouncer" the bouncer in the Clubs, are the focus and, of course, your place of work: Berlin at night, seen through the eyes of Frank artist, Smiley Baldwin and the not only famous Sven Marquardt from the Berghain.daily mirror people Free
to order A very special night life, however, unfolded itself in post-reunification Berlin with the beginning, a lot of wild growth. He was "binge viewing", describes the artist his job while Marquardt even looks for life after death Really in the Berlin club life to come to you: "If I change, the Time-bless, then I'll definitely be in a Hieronymus-Bosch-hell, where I always knock somewhere and this...: ,Ne, you don't!'"
gloss and sadness lie very close to each other – or even "beauty and transience". A second documentary about Sven Marquardt (Panorama), Anne-Katrin Hendel this time the photographer dedicated, as well as two of his companions from the East Berlin punk time.
Only visit to Berlin five Punks from Düsseldorf to enjoy the local night life, but to enrich it, in the documentary by Grimme-award winner Cordula Kablitz-Post: "Because you only once live – the Toten Hosen on Tour" (Berlinale Special).
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No Film about Berlin in the strict sense, but the double-concert in the forest stage in the summer of 2018. The two evenings because of Campinos hearing loss in time by months, not to be missed, of course, not even the band's visit to the Kreuzberg SO 36.
Berlin-Neukölln is at the core of Simona Kostovas feature film debut "Thirty" (Perspektive Deutsches Kino). Six characters in search of a task, one could summarize the Story together, employing any Friday in October from the life of the group. All of you are frustrated by the 30 and from everyday life, rather, only in the evening, to bloom, to draw the houses, the Bars, about the "joy Empire" in the Sonnenallee.
All the night. You, it seems the Berlin-to have the Filmmakers this time especially impressed. In Uli M Schueppels Film "The breath" (Panorama) on the sun don't tell people in brief episodes of existential, predominantly crisis moments in your life away, a kaleidoscope of Berlin destinies – from the cheerfulness of the local club life.
separation in the Hansa district
The locations are in the process of locating often difficult to or for the normal citizens is prohibited, as the leader of an S-Bahn. Easy it is, you want to visit the main filming location of Miriam Blieses Film "The parts of love" (Perspektive Deutsches Kino): klopstock Strasse 14 in the Hansa district, outside the door. That is a good thing, if a Couple has to discuss some things, new relations into play as neutral ground and does well.
Yet more of Berlin? As a summer setting for a Ménage-à-trois? In Thomas Moritz, helm's "Today or tomorrow" (Perspektive Deutsches Kino) is offered. Certainly not material for films in the Generation section, as it goes to other problems.
Nina Wesemann, for instance, shows in the "children" fourteen-year-old with very different social backgrounds on the threshold of the adult world, in between house settlement on the outskirts of the city and – Yes, again – Neukölln. And "Cleo" by Erik Schmitt, is a "love Declaration to Berlin", as the responsible PR Agency, says – in view of the approximately 70 Berlin filming locations the does not appear to be exaggerated.
In Berlin, lives the of Marleen Lohse played the title character, a shy loner, the turning by means of a magic at the time, and the death of their parents back to make – just been robbed, unfortunately, a long time ago. But then she meets the adventurer, Paul who lives properly on a house boat and an obscure treasure map has been found and bought the guide to the watch?
begins An exciting journey that leads the two treasure hunters criss-cross the city: devil's mountain, shield, horn, Tempelhofer feld, including Big star and the Brandenburg gate should not be missed – and not the streets of Neukölln.
the city alone, even one of your famous men don't come out But in the festival films. Not a native of Berlin, but he has lived here a long time and worked, shaped especially life in the theater: Bertolt Brecht. According to Wehner, the man, Speer/Hitler Heinrich Breloer has buttons for the poor B. B., shows the for the ARD-rotated two-part documentary drama "Brecht" (Berlinale Series). However, it has emerged, it is not the original places, but in Prague. There, it turns cheaper.More about
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