Journal Frankfurt Nachrichten – Political films in open-air cinema

Journal Frankfurt Nachrichten - Political films in open-air cinema

Ada Hinterhof Kino’s program at the Bockenheim campus features political films to mark the 100th anniversary of the Labor Academy. The open air film screening, which was canceled on Thursday 24 June due to rain, will be rescheduled for 13 July.

On five dates in June and July, Ada Hinterhof Kino shows open-air film screenings in the backyard of the former Labor Academy on the Bockenheim campus. Thematically, the films shown are about work: “The films revolve around criticism of working conditions, poor pay, gender characteristics, power structures, and last but not least, the nature of work through Destruction,” say the organizers. The program is a collaboration of Kinothek Esta Nielsen e. Ada Canteen with V.V.

The chain of events began on 10 June with the Tim Ellrich film “My Vietnam”. This was followed by the release of “Rules on the Tape, At High Speed” from the year 2020 to June 17. The screening of the documentary “Taming the Garden” by Salome Jashi on Thursday, 24 June was canceled due to incessant rain. Catch-up date now announced: The film is scheduled to be shown at Ada Hinterhof Kino on July 13.

This continues on July 8 with Helga Riedmeister’s film “Von du Schickel”, which was released in 1979 and which deals with violent relations in the family. Filmmaker Helke Sander described the film as, “‘Cause of Luck’ shows the pitiful results of attempts to take everyone’s needs seriously, despite desperate efforts.”

The film series concluded with the 1999 science fiction film “Conserving Ada” on 15 July. It is about the Duchess and British mathematician Augusta Ada Byron King, who is now considered the author of the first computer program. The main role is played by Scottish actress and Oscar winner Tilda Swinton.

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Ada Hinterhof Kino is part of the “SommerWanderKino Hessen 2021” event series and is hosted by the Hessian Ministry of Science and Art’s program “Ins Freie!” is funded by. This year’s event is dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the Académie der Arbeit and is in reference to the Frankfurt Women’s Film Day, which will run from 23 to 28 November 2021. Admission to film screenings at the Ada Hinterhof Cinema in June and July is from 8 p.m. A brief reception and film introduction are planned from 9 pm before the start of the film. The movie can be seen when it is quite dark. Admission to events is free; According to the organisers, donations that benefit Ada Canteen will be gladly accepted. If the weather is very bad, the performance will be rescheduled.

Current notices and information about the program are available through social media channels or Cinema Library website Esta Nielsen declare. Demonstrations take place in the courtyard of the former Labor Academy on the Bockenheim campus, Mertenstrae 30. It has a seating capacity of about 60 people. In addition to recording the contact details of all visitors, distance rules and mask requirements apply.

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