To bring to a close Transkaukazja’s 2015 programme in Germany we finally took a focus on moving pictures. In Kino Thalia Dresden at 07.12.15, curator Uwe Penckert presented short movies from Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia. All movies of this fine selection from the extensive archive of our partners from GeoAIR have dealt with arts and freedom of speech and, by this, follow our 2015th topic “Art as the Key to Freedom”. After the presentation curator and audience have used the possibilities for a discussion.
Transcaucasian Movie Evening
MO 07.12.15, 19:30 – 21:30pm
Thalia Kino Dresden, Görlitzer Strasse 6, 01099 Dresden
Tickets: 5 EUR
„Pirimze”, Sophia Tabatadze (Georgia), 38:40min
„Armenian dreams – Titanic”, Gregor Khachatryan (Armenia), 3:38min
„Life is sweet”, Diana Hakobyan (Armenia), 13min
„Many alike us”, Astghik Melkonyan (Armenia), 4:53min
„4.2008”, Artur Petrosyan (Armenia), 1:49min
„Politicizing the World”, Hovhannes Margaryan (Armenia), 2:34min
”changes”, Tora Aghabayova (Azerbaijan), 1:21min
”The Black Paradise”, Teymur Daimi (Azerbaijan), 11:41min
„Keecouche”, Ali Hasanov (Azerbaijan), 5:25min
„Interview” (zu: „Ship Bolshevik”), Sabina Shikhlinskaya (Azerbaijan) 6:59min
Transcaucasian Movie Evening in total: 90min
Uwe Penckert, a film theorist and long-time director of the Saxon Movie Association, is an experienced cineastic expert with a distinguished knowledge of the Saxon and international (particularly East European) film industry. Therefore, his work ranges from a series of films about Saxon subsidized movies to thematic movie nights about the Armenian cult director Sergei Parajanov.
This activity is part of the project Transkaukazja and is supported by the Cultural Foundation of Saxony, and the programme ‘Wir für Sachsen’.