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Bundesverband Jugend und Film e.V.

Termine Januar 2020

23. Stuttgarter Kinderfilmtage

21. - 26. Januar 2020, Stuttgart

Stuttgarter KinderfilmtageDie Stuttgarter Kinderfilmtage haben sich als wichtiges kulturelles Ereignis in der Medienstadt Stuttgart etablieren können und leisten einen wichtigen Beitrag zur Filmkultur "im Ländle". Die Filme sind hauptsächlich für Kinder zwischen 4 und 12 Jahren.

Qualitativ hochwertige Filme werden aus nationalen und internationalen Filmproduktionen ausgewählt. Im Vordergrund steht die Filmpräsentation im Erlebnisraum Kino. Begleitende medienpädagogische und kreative Mitmachaktionen und Treffen mit Filmschaffenden schaffen spannende Lernräume.

Weitere Infos/Anmeldung:
vhs Stuttgart Treffpunkt Kinder im TREFFPUNKT Rotebühlplatz Rotebühlplatz 28 70173 Stuttgart
Telefon: 07 11 / 18 73-881

E-Mail:

Internet: www.stuttgarter-kinderfilmtage.de/

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Transmediale 2020

28. Januar - 1. März 2020, Haus der Kulturen der Welt - Berlin

Transmediale 2020transmediale 2019 focuses on how feelings are made into objects of technological design and asks what role emotions and empathy play within digital culture.

Networks are everywhere, whether personal or organizational, for social or business life, centralized or decentralized: node-based communication and information exchange has arguably become the defining technological, economic, and cultural form of globalization and the digital society. A certain network idealism permeates the globe, resulting in all forms of networks and networking practices being mainly defined through the techno-bureaucratic master form of the Internet. Already in 1967 the artists Robert Filliou and George Brecht wrote that “The Network is Everlasting”. The line is taken from a pre-Internet culture poem celebrating the interconnectedness of everyday-life actions across an emerging global world. This poetic imagining of an “eternal network” is a reminder that network cultures exist beyond the technical reality of the “actually existing” network culture as we now know it.

Inspired by this pre-Internet idea of networks, transmediale 2020 – End to End focuses on both forgotten and potential futures with and without networks. Leaving behind a decade marked by a backlash against the Internet and the network society, transmediale aims at a broad re-evaluation of networks and their limits. The history of European Critical Internet Cultures that emerged in the 1990s serves as a starting point: Together with a series of other global experiments in autonomous networking they consistently provided alternatives to the technological solutionist thinking and centralized business models of Silicon Valley.

By drawing on the legacies of critical and autonomous network cultures transmediale 2020 not only wants to make the limits of Internet-based networks visible but also highlight alternatives to bring about sustainable social change. Is there a conceivable counter-power to networks? Which alternative technological models and cultural narratives are needed to construct the principles of end-to-end communication anew? In the upcoming festival edition these questions will be explored through a month-long group exhibition which will present new artistic works that both refute and reform networks, and an opening week full of talks, workshops, screenings, and performances.





Weitere Infos/Anmeldung:
Kulturprojekte Berlin GmbH, transmediale, Klosterstrasse 68, D-10179 Berlin
Telefon: +49 (0)30 959 994 231

E-Mail:

Internet: www.transmediale.de

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Einzelne Projekte des BJF werden gefördert vom

Bundesministerium für Familie, Senioren, Frauen und Jugend