TRICKREICH fourteen – 5.+6.+7. February 2014

As usual, they deal with the basic questions of life: What happens when friends meet for coffee and then start with a cannon? What does a knight whose wife thinks too well with him? Where is Eugene’s lash? How can two dwellers living at the harbor find each other by a song on a cassette?

The audience now has the opportunity to receive the answers to these questions on three evenings and at the same time to experience an entertaining trickfilm evening with about 20 films and trailers of the animation film class. For example, the closing film “An Adventurous Afternoon” by Ines Christine Geisser is shown, which has already been shown at various festivals.

In addition, the trailers, which were created as part of a competition, handle the question of the use of mobile phones in the cinema. These trailers were selected at the opening of the 2013 documentary.

Two “classic clips” on the music of Claude Debussy will be shown from another contest within the scope of TRICKREICH FOURTEEN at Balikino.

In one block works are shown which have been created for two semesters by order of the documenta archive and in collaboration with the Museum of Sepulcheral Culture and the Cultural Office of Kassel. On the occasion of the 1100th anniversary of the City of Kassel, students developed different short films that put the work and life of the Documenta artist and former professor of sculpture, Harry Kramer, in the forefront.

The films deal with ideas of transience, dance and the self-determination of man. Under the project name Harry Who? They were shown at midnight, in the shortest night of the year, in the necropolis in the Habichtswald in Kassel and a part of them was presented at the Kassel Dokfest.

The students, whose films are shown, will be present at the shows and introduce themselves briefly.

We would be delighted to welcome you to the Great Hall of the Bali Cinema on Wednesday, February 5th, Thursday, February 6th or Friday, February 7th, 2014 at 22.15.

Furthermore, we recommend to pre-booking tickets due to the expectation of quite a large crowds

im KulturBahnhof Kassel
Bahnhofsplatz 1
34117 Kassel
Tel. 0561 / 710550