Come, come with me, I'll show you our city, we will drive together and the road, like a carpet, will roll out in front of us... Together we go up, but on the end... you gotta come alone! Stop-motion shot backwards, produced at a Kinokabaret in Brussels, April 2013... with a little help of my friends! Thanks to Yanick!
This is the story of Emrah, a young man who grew up in Germany to Serbian parents. Now a convicted repeat offender, he no longer qualifies for German citizenship and has been deported to Serbia.
It is a country whose language he barely speaks, whose social conventions he’s never learned.
He lives in a run-down hotel which has been transformed into a facility to house other young adults like him, who have been expelled from Germany.
They are left to their own devices, with no support for their re-integration.
‘It could be today, the day you realize they have no more power over you.’ Atticus
This video is my way of reclaiming agency over the ascribed identity of the ‘submissive and affectionate’ Thai woman. Rather than proposing a particular contrast to these words, the video is a collage of experimental visuals. Seemingly random images of a woman who is many things: strong / vulnerable / opaque / playful but always the active owner of her story. Many facets of a human being - not an object. The visuals play with the text, exposing its absurdity. By fusing photos from my archive into places where they intuitively don’t fit, I construct a space where outside rules and definitions no longer matter.
Crawling through a forest, a man faces the struggle between his primal being and his society-shaped character. Lying on the leaf covered ground, his bare existence is juxtaposed with the forest’s calm self, which stands indifferent to the hysteria that is playing out at its feet. In the comparison, the man’s lifespan become a mere banality in forest’s own reality; a fleeting second in an eternity of time.
Shot in sex dens of Berlin, pleasure and pain become one in this stylish tribute to the sleazy cinema of Jess Franco. Nadine Pape (A WARRIOR'S CREED) stars as Marie - a teenage vagabond whose lust for life will lead her to the bed of the mysterious Sandra (Sandra Bourdonnec - THE DEVIL OF KREUZBERG.) What begins as a blissful relationship soon takes a violent turn however, as Sandra then tries to take full control over the innocent girl's life. Kevin Kopacka (TLMEA) and Harry Baer (MR SCARFACE, GODS OF THE PLAGUE) co-star in this erotic drama from director Alex Bakshaev (THE DEVIL OF KREUZBERG.)
Maybe not everybody know that SImon Thaur, the founder of Kitkat Club, the best edonistic Club on the planet is also a musician.
With his unique perspective on sexuality many twists and turns, Simon will join us to present a collection of his music videos.
A woman falls in love with another woman which is her own mirror
picture. This mirror picture frees herself out of the mirror. Both women
feel the same in their frequency to each other and all the adventures
they experience are just expressions of lining up onto this same
frequency.of mood pattern between them.
A young guy is throwing brown pennies under the skirt of females in the
public in order to pick them up and to risk a look under their skirt
which ends up usually with a refusal. Finally an innocent woman picks up
the coint and in this moment a kind of „maguic power“ overwhelms the
woman and she tunes into the desire of the young guy. They share a
little adventure at a park bench where a muslim woman gets upset about
this. The guy observes how the „energy“ from the coint enters the muslim
woman and how the first woman falls out of this energy. In the subway he
throws his magic coint to the woman which felt troubled from him in the
first scene and after catching the coint comes in a complete sexual mood
in front of all the people.
An elderly gentleman has a blind date with a female in a cafe. Both
persons made the mistake that they sent a picture where they were 30
years younger. Even though both people are present in the cafe they dont
recognize each other until the end because both are fixed on the
photograph. Through this fixation they cannot see the „real life“
appearing in this cafe in front of them. The appearing „invisible“
dancer woman is the desired imagination of this elderly gentleman.
The words of Charles Baudelaire describe a desire to a certain female
person which he admires, The pictures of the movie are in association
with the words sung in German language.