16th LICHTSPIELKLUB SHORT FILM FESTIVAL

16th LICHTSPIELKLUB
SHORT FILM FESTIVAL
19th–25th January 2023
Sputnik Kino,
City Kino Wedding,
Acudkino & Kino Intimes



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Live Music, Exhibition, Retrospective, Awards!


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Thu 19.01.2023, 20:00 Uhr, City Kino Wedding

Festival Opening: Screenings, Live Show & DJ-Set



The festival will be opened with short film screenings, a live show with Das Friedel (Human Beatbox) and a DJ set by Betty Bo Bikepunk (Garage, RnR, RnB, Punk, Soul, Beat)

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Sat 21.01.2023, 22:00 Uhr, Sputnik Kino

Concert: Highest Sea (Indie, Dream Pop)

(Admission: 5 Euro)

Highest Sea takes us on a journey under the burning sun and into the night, carried on a wave of melancholic and solar indie rock. Behind the name is songwriter Leïla Zanzibar. Her main influences range from The Velvet Underground to Bob Dylan and Jeff Buckley, with Beach House or Atlas Sound making their marks along the way.

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Mon 23.01.2023, 19:00 Uhr, Sputnik Kino

Presentation of the British Shorts Workshop Films

(Admission free)

Participants of the British Shorts Workshop have made short short films within 48 hours, all centred around the topic Dreaming the City, which will be shown on the big screen.

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Mon 23.01.2023, 20:30 Uhr, Sputnik Kino

“British Shorts“-Showcase: Cinesisters - Female Directors Collective



Cinesisters is a collective of female directors who aim to share their experiences and resources to create more films by and about women. The screening features highlights by Cinesisters members from the last 15 “British Shorts“ editions - short films by female directors who are now successful with feature-length films at international festivals or are creating series for major streaming services.

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Tue 24.01.2023, 20:00 Uhr, Kino Intimes

Retrospective: Stranger Shorts - An Obscure Journey through British Film History



From the 1960s until the 1980s the supporting programme was a common phenomenon in many cinemas across the United Kingdom. The Eady Levy tax and other funding programmes such as the BFI Experimental Film Fund encouraged filmmakers to run wild and create adventurous short films to be exhibited on the big screen - which sometimes led to eccentric cinematic results. “Stranger Shorts“ presents some of the more eerie, uncanny, strange and provocative works that were produced during those years, leaving a mark before disappearing into the obscure corners of film history.

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Sun 22nd January, 8pm, City Kino Wedding

Jury Award Ceremony & Festival Screenings



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Wed 25th January, 8pm, City Kino Wedding

Audience Award Ceremony & Festival Screenings



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» The complete programme with all films and events as a PDF (1.2MB)