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100 Years of Now
Albert-Einstein-Schule with Merle Kröger and Izadora Nistor (pong Film)
What do boys and girls from Syria, Afghanistan, Macedonia or Serbia need to arrive? Eight film snapshots from Berlin.
Berliner Album Covers
Alfred-Nobel-Schule with Isabell Spengler
Forming fictional bands, the students designed album covers including band photos and multilingual song titles that visualize their view of Berlin.
Hopes for the Future
Carl-von-Ossietzky-Schule with Aline Bonvin and Almut Wetzstein, filmArche Berlin
Using photography and film, the students address migration experiences and their desire for a perfectly normal life.
Friedensburg-Schule with Jalal Maghout & Diana Abdulkarim
The students used animated films to explore their definitions of home.
Living Archive_The Choir
Hans-Litten-Schule with SuperFuture
In an extensive picture mosaic, the students studied borders drawn in and around their school.
Kurt-Schwitters-Schule with Branka Pavlovic
With a camera, mirrors and dance exercises, the students researched themes of identity and representation.
Max-von-Laue-Schule with Susanne Dzeik and Markus Bauer, filmArche Berlin
The students developed film perspectives on coming and staying in Berlin.
Bringing Paper to Life
Mildred-Harnack-Schule with KIEZLAB (Dasha Zorkina and Josephine Freiberg)
The students reflected on migration-specific issues in the production of an episodic animated film.
Death on the Nile! - The Original!
Peter-Ustinov-Schule with Cana Bilir-Meier and Ana Hoffner
The students scrutinize “Oriental” stereotypes and images in a reenactment of Agatha Christie’s
Death on the Nile
A different City Map
Robert-Jungk-Schule with kollektiv orangotango
The students designed a city map meant to make arriving in Berlin easier.
One Minute Bahnhof Zoo
Schiller-Gymnasium with Constanze Fischbeck
The students designed a tableau of various perspectives on one moment, each lasting one minute.
Give me the Good Life!
Sophie-Scholl-Schule/ Katja Berls and Aline Reinsbach, filmArche
In documentary short films, the students dealt with their everyday experiences of migration, displacement and racism.