Cinema Season — "Postwar: Art Between the Pacific and the Atlantic, 1945–1965"

Film screening 14.10.16 – 26.03.17

Curated by distinguished scholar and curator Mark Nash, this cinema season presents a series of tightly contextualized vignettes that explore the work of cutting-edge auteurs from India, Japan, Italy, France, Senegal, Brazil, Poland, China, former Yugoslavia, Egypt, the Netherlands, and the former USSR. The program offers insights into Postwar Atomic Cinema, French New Wave, Italian Neo-Realism, Cinema Novo, and Black Wave and, amongst cinematic movements through thematic, genre, and monographic surveys.

Every Sunday from 12 to 8 pm in our auditorium, two or three films accompanying the exhibition "Postwar: Art Between the Pacific and the Atlantic, 1945–1965" will be screened.

Program on Sunday, 20.11.16

12pm
Nagisa Oshima, Night and Fog in Japan, 1960, 103 mins, Japanese with German subtitles, FSK 12

2pm
Akira Kurosawa, Rashomon, 1950, 85 mins, Japanese with German subtitles, FSK 16

4pm
Akira Kurosawa, Seven Samurai, 1955, 201 mins, Japanese with German subtitles, FSK 16  

               

Previous screenings

 

Program on Sunday, 13.11.16

12pm
Satyajit Ray, Pather Panchali (Apus Weg ins Leben: Auf der Strasse), (1955), 115 mins, Bengali with German subtitles, FSK 12

2pm
Satyajit Ray, Aparajito (Apus Weg ins Leben: Der Unbesiegbare), (1956), 115 mins, Bengali with German subtitles,  FSK 12

4pm
Satyajit Ray, Apur Sansar (Apus Weg ins Leben: Apus Welt), 1959, 101 mins, Bengali with German subtitles, FSK 12   

 

Program on Sunday, 6.11.16

12pm
Roberto Rossellini, Deutschland im Jahre Null (1948), 78 mins, German, FSK 123pm

1:30pm
Roberto Rossellini, Paisa (1946), 121 mins, Italian/German/English with English subtitles, FSK 12

3:45pm
Roberto Rossellini, Rom, offene Stadt, (1945), 93 mins, Italian with German subtitles, FSK 12

Sunday, 30.10.2016

12pm
Stanley Kubrick, Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb, 1964, 94 min. English with German subtitles, FSK 16

1:45pm
Chris Marker, La Jetée, 1962. 28min. English, FSK 15; William Asher, The 27th day, 1957. 75 min. English FSK6

2:30pm
William Asher, The 27th day (1957), 75 Min., English, FSK 6

5:30pm
Ishiro Honda, Gojira, 1954. 96 min., Japanese with German subtitles, FSK12

 

Sunday, 23.10.16 

12 pm
Stanley Kramer, Judgment at Nuremberg (1961), 179 Min., English with German subtitles, FSK 12

3:30 pm
Alain Resnais, Hiroshima mon amour (1959), 91 Min., French with English subtitles, FSK 12

5 pm
Sergei Eisenstein, Ivan the Terrible /Part 2 (1958), 82 Min., German, FSK 16

 

Free entry with exhibition ticket

 

Renato Guttuso, Boogie Woogie, 1953, Museo di Arte Moderna e Contemporanea di Trento e Rovereto, Trento e Rovereto

Stretch your view


Stretch your view


Video

Postwar / Trailer

The trailer gives an impression of the extensive exhibition and the works on view. In eight dramatic chapters, the exhibition guides visitors through the first 20 years following the end of World War II. MORE

Picture Gallery


Film screening

Film program "A History"

In the context of the exhibition every Saturday ­films from the Centre Pompidou collection will be shown. MORE


Publication

Postwar: Art Between the Pacific and the Atlantic, 1945–1965 - Exhibition Guide

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Film screening

Film program: "Joana Hadjithomas & Khalil Joreige"

The exhibition includes an extensive film program: films are presented every Saturday from 12-6 pm in Haus der Kunst's auditorium. MORE


Film screening

Kôshikei [Death by Hanging]

13.09.13

Film series dedicated to the topic of "living in the diaspora", as part of the exhibition series "Der Öffentlichkeit – Von den Freunden Haus der Kunst". Introduction: Suh Kyungsik MORE


discussion

Haus der Kunst series — Insights into Curatorial Practice Vol. 4

Thursday, 23.03, 7 pm

In a discussion with Okwui Enwezor, Christine Macel, Director of the 57th Venice Biennale for contemporary art, will expand on her curatorial work, as well as the diverse roles she has had during her career: curator, writer, teacher and initiator of projects supporting the growth of contemporary art. MORE


Teachers’ Guide

Teachers’ Guide for the exhibition “Postwar: Art between the Pacific and the Atlantic, 1945-1965”. MORE


Video

Postwar / exhibition film

The video allows a closer look at the works in the exhibition and its structure, commented by the three co-curators of the exhibition, Okwui Enwezor, Katy Siegel and Ulrich Wilmes. MORE


Workshop 6 until 12 years

Postwar

Saturday, 25.02, 11 am

ART LAB II material: Jute, wood and steel — Materials in postwar art. MORE


Workshop 13—17

Postwar

Sunday, 26.02, 2 pm

Today you are the filmmaker: With its broad scope, the exhibition “Postwar” is the perfect set for creative expression. MORE


Film Workshop, 9-12 years

Postwar

Sunday, 26.02, 2 pm

Today you are the filmmaker: With its broad scope, the exhibition “Postwar” is the perfect set for creative expression. MORE


Workshop 6 until 12 years

Postwar

Saturday, 11.03, 11 am

ART LAB II material: Jute, wood and steel — Materials in postwar art. MORE


Workshop 6 until 12 years

Postwar

Saturday, 18.03, 11 am

ART LAB I Form and Color: Discover different approaches to painting, and then find your own style using more than just ink and a brush. MORE


Workshop 13—17

Postwar

Sunday, 19.03, 2 pm

Today you are the filmmaker: With its broad scope, the exhibition “Postwar” is the perfect set for creative expression. MORE


Film Workshop, 9-12 years

Postwar

Sunday, 19.03, 2 pm

Today you are the filmmaker: With its broad scope, the exhibition “Postwar” is the perfect set for creative expression. MORE


Workshop 6 until 12 years

Postwar

Saturday, 25.03, 11 am

ART LAB III - drawing: Portraits – Images of people MORE


Workshop, 9-12 years

Postwar

Sunday, 26.03, 2 pm

Audio workshop: How is sound recorded and an interview broadcast? MORE


Workshop, 13-17 years

Postwar

Sunday, 26.03, 2 pm

Audio workshop: How is sound recorded and an interview broadcast? MORE


EXHIBITION

Amar Kanwar

08.10 – 09.11.08

In his 19-part film essay Amar Kanwar deals in a direct, elliptical and metaphorical way with the fight for a democratic society, with political exile, memory and alienation. MORE