6 November 2021
Already during her studies at the German Film and Television Academy Berlin (DFFB), Ute Aurand, among others with Ulrike Pfeiffer, turned to experimental film. At a film school experimental film is rather understood as a kind of exercise. Ute Aurand did not submit to the conventions of a film school, and from the beginning she made her films, as she says, “out of an inner necessity”. Inspired by films of Margaret Tait and Jonas Mekas, and stimulated by a moment, a mood, an image or a sound, she makes different films: poetic titles, a lack of dialogues, an observing, always searching camera, which reacts sensitively to the surroundings, and a montage that is created while filming. This is also how her first film “Schweigend ins Gespräch vertieft” came about, for which she received the Experimental Film Award in Oberhausen in 1981.
Anziehen, 1979, 16 mm, 8 mins
Schweigend ins Gespräch vertieft, 1980, 16 mm, 8 mins
Oh! die vier Jahreszeiten, 1986–88, 16 mm, 20 mins (co-director Ulrike Pfeiffer)
Maria und die Welt, 1995, 16 mm, 15 mins
Renate, 2021, 16 mm, 6 mins
GUEST: Ute Aurand
WHEN: 6.11.2021, 7:30pm
WHERE: Raum für drastische Maßnahmen Oderstr. 34, 10247 Berlin-Friedrichshain
Limited number of seats! If you would like to attend the screening, please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Admission with 3G: daily negative corona test, full proof of vaccination or proof of recovery. Masks are required inside.
attaque(e)r le visible would like to thank the Deutsche Kinemathek for their support.