Cinema of the Future 2013
Cinematic Acupuncture. The Cinema as Social and Creative Catalyst
Saturday, 19 April 2013
An initiative by ANCB The Metropolitan Laboratory, supported by Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg and in cooperation with the project 'Berlinale goes Kiez' by the 63rd International Film Festival Berlin.
Part I Presentations
Part II Discussions
Cinema of the Future 2013 is the fourth event in this ANCB series. This year's focus is on how the cinema, as a local meeting spot, can act as a catalyst for cohesive social change, using the Rollberg Cinema in Berlin-Neukölln as a case study.
The symposium presented an interdisciplinary dialogue about the role of the cinema as a social stimulator. Local agents joined specialists from different fields to debate the position of cinema in urban public space with regards to questions such as: How can the cinema reach out to a diverse range of inhabitants in a fast changing social landscape? How might the effects of a design intervention on the cinema radiate across the whole neighbourhood?
Welcome and Introduction
Hans-Jürgen Commerell, Director, ANCB The Metropolitan Laboratory - 00:00:06 - 00:04:30
Dunya Bouchi, Programme Coordinator, ANCB The Metropolitan Laboratory - 00:04:40 - 00:12:44
Christian Berg, Coordinator Film Funding, Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg, Potsdam - 00:12:46 - 00:25:09
Luis Berriós-Negrón, Assistant Professor, TU Braunschweig, Braunschweig - 00:25:10 - 00:45:59
Daniel Sibbers, Marketing Manager, Yorck Cinema Group, Berlin - 00:46:00 - 01:05:45
Thomas Helfen, Team Leader, Neighbourhood Management Flughafenstraße, Berlin - 01:05:46 - 01:25:03
Ludwig Engel, Futurologist and Urbanist, Berlin - 01:25:04 - 01:34:42
Jane Hall and Amica Dall, Assemble Studios, London - 01:34:43 - 02:02:05
Bart Hofstede, Head of Press and Culture, Dutch Embassy, Berlin - 00:00:00 - 00:04:38
Panel Discussion, moderated by Bart Hofstede, Head of Press and Culture, Dutch Embassy, Berlin - 00:04:47 - 00:30:14