14.02.2017 - Anthony Killick, Agnès Salson, Youssef Shazli, Verena von Stackelberg
Since the digital revolution, the doomsday prophecies of the death of the local cinema have proven largely unfounded. On the contrary, many innovative screening spaces are cropping up across regions worldwide. This trend is evidence that going to cinema is about more than watching films. As part of the highly popular “Berlinale Goes Kiez” initiative, this session takes place in the brand new w o l f in Berlin Neukölln. The “wolf-gang” and other creators of exciting community cinemas in Germany, the UK and Egypt present their projects and address practical concerns such as financing, curatorship, social engagement and architecture.