“Elektrokohle – Off Ways” in Berlin
To celebrate the 25 years after the legendary concert of “Einstürzende Neubauten” in East-Berlin, “Lichtblick-Kino” will show again this documentary on Saturday Dec. 20th, at 20:00 (subt. in Engl), Berlin/Prenzlauer Berg, Kastanienalle 77
Uli M Schueppel will be present for talk and Q&A.
“Elektrokohle – Off Ways” at Bologna
Dec 10th, at KINODROMO-Bologna, Italy
Zwischentöne – Deutschlandfunk
On the history-charged November 9th in Germany Uli M Schueppel will be guest in a 90min show „Zwischentöne“ (Soundshades) and talk about his films, his life and Berlin and… „Deutschlandfunk“ (13:30-15:00, live stream & as well on podcast after).
Shlim-Line Show – DIE ZEIT-online
In the late 80’s in West-Berlin Uli M Schueppel has made a radio-show (with Johannes Beck), called „Shlim-Line Show“. In their last broadcasting in October 1989 they „opened the wall 14 days too early“… (acoustically!)
This story is picked up in an interesting article on DIE ZEIT-online by Carolin Ströbele und Maria Exner. With original sound-bits, pics, etc. (Sorry, but again, only in german!)
Shlim-Line Show – DeutschlandradioKultur
The exhibition „West:Berlin“ at Stadtmuseum-Berlin (Ephraim-Palais, from Nov14th) will present the video „Lost – Last night Risiko“ as part of the historical documents. http://www.stadtmuseum.de/aktuelles/westberlin
schueppel-films Homepage NEW & ONLINE!!!
The „schueppel-films“ homepage is redesigned and up-dated by the fabulous web-designer Jón Einar Hjartarson – so many thanks!
Online from Nov. 6!
Jahre der Kälte/Frozen Stories – NEW here on „Watch Films Now“
Finally we can now present from Nov. 9th the eighth film through this homepage for stream (in the section „Watch Films Now“): Jahre der Kälte (only German version!)
„This is/was an important film for me, cause it’s not only dealing with German post-war history, and all horror my father and his friends had to go through by founding a liberal-democratic party in the soviet-occupied territory, but it also tries to capture an imaginary dialog between me and my late father.“ U. Schueppel
(Soundtrack: Blixa Bargeld)