The Kurdish Iraqi poet and actor Zeravan Khalil travels with his dog through an Alpine gorge after fleeing from IS war and genocide. As he remembers the abomination, he writes a poem with the title "You drive me mad" in Kurmanji Kurdish. In his home country, Yazidic Kurds are forbidden to work in his profession. Then he eats his apple and wanders through Euro more hope.
A young man wakes up in the middle of a forest, lost, disoriented. Succumbing gradually to fear and panic, he darts off and escapes. But then his wild run becomes a chase, for there is indeed something after him.
To the resounding sonorities of double pedals, harmonic minor scales, guitar riffs and deep growls, “Metal in Egypt“ meets nine of the best known Egyptian underground bands as they tell their story in a blunt, yet intimate way. They have been struggle for more than twenty years trying to rise above the prejudices and social verdicts, which led them to being branded no more than “satanists” or “catkillers”.
Set against the listless weeks and days before 2012’s final presidential election, “Metal in Egypt” explores the personal and intimate choices that drove, and still motivate, their passion toward Metal music, from which, making a living in Egypt has always been a hopeless dream.
They offer an inspiring insight into today’s Egyptian Metal music scene and a glimpse of what the future might hold in store.
Because you can´t say community without Candies, and because Berlin Candies are all the rage.
Boddinale 2018 has the sweetest sponsor there is.
In April 2015, Candy Farm Berlin started producing Candybars, Fruitslices and a Beer Prezel Caramel in the seldom-used kitchen of Kreuzberg’s Fluxbau; last year they moved to a Sonnenallee storefront .
They manufacture small bars in 14 different flavour combinations (six of which are vegan), all enrobed in dark, fair-trade organic Peruvian chocolate and packaged in cute colourful wrappers.
Candy Farm Berlin Sonnenallee 70 12045 Berlin
open from Wednesday to saturday from 4 – 8 pm.
It s Cady Time Tasting at Boddinale !
Ferdi is ugly. And he desperately wants a girlfriend but he can’t because: ugly. One day however he meets Jona and Jona is blind. For the first time in his life, there is hope. What Ferdi doesn’t know is that Jona isn’t really blind. She’s just pretending. After she ran away from home to drop out of school she needed a place to stay and began to play blind to live with he Cousine Cecile in the home for the blind. Should Ferdi find out, he will most likely kill himself.