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In different film genres the approach to the colonial heritage in Germany and Europe will be discussed, as well as current debates about decolonial economies and democracies. HafenCity imagined as “Gate to the World” and prestige district for international living with maritime flair and view over the Upper Harbour forms the backdrop for the international program.

Organized by Paula Pohle (curatorial assistant Gate to the World)

Friday, July 24, 2015, 9 pm*
Concerning Violence, documentary,
director: Göran Hugo Olsson, Denmark / Sweden / Finnland / USA 2013, 89 min.

Saturday, July 25, 2015, 9 pm*
Das Auge des Löwen, feature film
directors: David Wagner, Sarah Müller, Marokko 2013, 90 min.
Directors will be present.

Sunday, July 26, 2015, 9 pm*
Eure Orte. Skizzen zur Deutschen Kolonialarchitektur in Namibia, short film
directors: Arne Bunk, Tanja Bächlein, Germany 2014, 13:48 min.

Deutschland von Oben, music video
director: Lucas Koczor, Germany 2014, 5 min.

afterwards Finissage of the summer program It Might Be Possible that the World Itself Is Without Meaning and Gate to the World. Mobile Architecture

*In the event of rain the screenings will take place at the office of Stadtkuratorin Hamburg, Hafenstraße 96, 20359 Hamburg.

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July 24 – July 26 2015

Reiseberichte. (Neo) / (Post) / (De)
HafenCity, Am Lohsepark, 20457 Hamburg