IM MÄRKISCHEN SAND
Nella sabbia del Brandeburgo
23 APRILE 1945, IN UNA CAVA DI SABBIA A TREUENBRIETZEN (Brandeburgo)
Soldati della Wehrmacht fucilarono 127 internati militari italiani.
Una strage dimenticata che riemerge dopo decenni.
Dopo la capitolazione del re e di Badoglio dell’8 settembre 1943, ben 650.000 soldati italiani furono deportati in Germania e 50.000 di loro non tornarono più dai campi di lavoro forzato in cui erano stati rinchiusi.
Il documentario dei registi Katalin Ambrus, Nina Mair e Matthias Neumann è un viaggio nella violenza dimenticata, nel silenzio della colpa e nella responsabilità verso la storia.
Presentano il documentario:
Giovanni Scirocco, storico dell’ISTITUTO NAZIONALE FERRUCCIO PARRI
Nina Mair e Matthias Neumann, registi
Ingresso libero c/o ZONA K
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OUT OF FOCUS Filmproduktion, D 2016
Volksbuhne Berlin (DE)
Due to technical problems, the video version of the show has been cancelled.
The video version of a cult show in the history of German theatre, which was part of the permanent repertoire of the Berlin Volksbühne for 14 years.
In 1993, the work by the then little-known Christoph Marthaler – which takes its title from “Indian Song” by the poet Paul Scheerbart (meaning something like “Do away with the European! Do away with him! Do away with him!”) – succeeded in capturing the profound sense of the decline of the GDR: the fatality, the absurdity, the waiting, the bureaucracy, the inscrutability. The description of an existential condition that has not aged with the years and has proved to be pregnant with meaning for the European citizen in general.
“Murx” is a play that contains all the distinctive elements of what later became Christoph Marthaler’s famous theatre. Anna Viebrock’s staging, the waiting room, the large wall clock with the inscription ‘so that time does not stand still’, which is missing some of the dropped letters, the people dressed in thin 1970s tracksuit jackets, the thick glasses, all brought back an imaginary world of the GDR that has never ceased to exist on stage and in people’s minds since.
Without words, only sung, duration 120 min
Direction: Christoph Marthaler; Set design and costumes: Anna Viebrock; Music: Jürg Kienberger, Christoph Marthaler; Dramaturgie: Matthias Lilienthal; Production: Volksbühne Berlin
To speak of war is to speak of Europe because it was out of war and a century torn apart by conflict that the idea of a united, united, rich Europe finally took shape. A prerequisite for the longest period of peace the continent has ever known.
Today we celebrate the centenary of those wars and relive the events in commemorations, historical essays and films.
But how far back is the past? To what extent is that war, which seems so distant with its trenches and bombardments, really so? Do the contemporary wars that surround us really belong to another world?
From these questions, a reflection on today. On the Europe that does not know about bombing but closes its borders, on the responsibilities that each of us could have, on the choices we would make. On war as the ineluctable destiny of new economic, financial and media Real Politik.
9 – 11 February 2017 h. 20.30
FRIENDLY FEUER (a European polyphony) by Isola Teatro (IT)
CANCELLED FOR TECHNICAL REASONS
Murx den Europäer! Murx ihn! Murx ihn! Murx ihn! Murx ihn ab!
[Video version of the performance]
15 February 2017 h. 18.30
THE IMAGE OF WAR BETWEEN HISTORY AND PERFORMANCE
[meeting with aperitif].
16 – 17 February 2017 h. 20.30
IL GRANDE RIFIUTO by Ligna (DE)
18 February at 20.30, Sunday 19 February 2017 at 17.00
LEĢIONĀRI. Diskusija ar kaušanos by Valters Sīlis (LT)
27 February – 1 March 2017 h. 20.00
A HOUSE IN ASIA by Agrupación Señor Serrano (ES)
[performance c/o CRT Milano Teatro dell’Arte]
A project by ZONA K and Triennale Teatro dell’Arte
12 February 2017 h. 15.30
THE STRABOMBA organised by Emergency
[workshop 6 – 10 years free]
12 February 2017 h. 17.30
ALL THE INVISIBLE CHILDREN
[film from 12 years old]