Openscreen Special LUCA

Die Stadt als Beute

Thursday 1 December

Jeder will wohnen und viele wollen sich eine Wohnung kaufen, die billig ist. Staatlicher Wohnungs-bestand wird privatisiert und Mietwohnungen werden zu Eigentum. Welten prallen aufeinander und Paralleluniversen tun sich auf.

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  Thursday, 1 December 2016

Die Stadt als Beute

Openscreen Special LUCA

Luxemburger Erstaufführung in deutscher Sprache (with subtitles in english) Ein Kooperation von LUCA Luxembourg Center for Architecture und openscreeen asbl.

Von London bis New York gilt Berlin plötzlich als "the place to be". Das weckt Begehrlichkeiten.

Jeder will hier wohnen und viele wollen sich hier eine Wohnung kaufen, die – verglichen mit „zu Hause“ – spottbillig ist. Ehemaliger staatlicher Wohnungs-bestand wird privatisiert und Mietwohnungen werden zu Eigentum. Welten prallen aufeinander und Paralleluniversen tun sich auf.

Andreas Wilcke hat diesen Vorgang vier Jahre lang durchleuchtet. Mit seiner Kamera ist er überall in der Stadt unterwegs; befragt die verschiedenen Akteure, begleitet Makler, Investoren und Kaufinteressenten bei der Schnäppchenjagd und Mieter beim Gang durch die Institutionen. Der Zuschauer ist quasi live dabei, wenn im Zeitraffertempo eine ganze Stadt umgekrempelt wird.

Der Film wird gefolgt von einem Publikumsgespräch mit Andreas Wilcke.

So how do I get involved?

TO WATCH THE MOVIE: Tickets (5€) will be sold there. No registration or presales, just show up on the day (but don't be late!).

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In cooperation with:

Luxembourg Center for Architecture

1 rue de l'Aciérie

1112 Luxembourg, Luxembourg
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19:00 CET
Thursdag, 1 December 2016

Expect the unexpected...


Get involved!

Whether you simply want to come to watch movies or want to send us your home-cooked creation... here's how to take part in one of our events.

Come watch movies:
No tickets, registration or booking required, simply come and enjoy the show (just don't be late!). Attendance is free of charge (small contributions are however accepted and much appreciated... we even have a collection boxy-thingy for just that purpose at all our events).

Submit a movie:
Everyone is welcome to take part. There are no restrictions based on age, professional background, nationality or country of residence. Simply get in touch with us using the email address provided below, and tell us about your project. To ensure that everything goes smoothly, just follow the guidelines below:

  1. Movie has to be less than 20 minutes long.
  2. No hate or pornography
  3. Make sure to respect submission deadlines.

Please note that time-slots at our events are limited and allotted on a first-come first-served basis.

Everyone is welcome

From absolute beginners to experienced industry professionals... we welcome movie contributions by all comers!

What is Openscreen?

In a nutshell...

  • We organise movie screenings that are open to everyone.
  • No curation or selection of films. All films submitted are shown.
  • Our events are not competitions. There are no prizes or juries.
  • Max 20 minute film length
  • No hate or pornography allowed.
  • New exciting venue each time.
  • Free of charge for audience members and film-makers alike.

Background and philosophy...

We're open. Since hosting our first event in 2004, Openscreen has provided a stage for film-makers to experiment and try out new ideas. We set no criteria for the theme, style or genre of the work submitted. These are entirely up to the film maker. What we do provide are exciting venues and the instant feedback of a live audience. As we do not select or curate the work shown at our events, both the audience and the those submitting films can expect to experience the unexpected.

For everyone. Over the years we have screened home-cooked movies by first time film-makers as well as the work of seasoned industry professionals. All this makes for a exciting events where new points of view are expressed and interesting conversations are started between film-makers and the live audience.

Open to all

There are no age or geographical restrictions. Everyone is welcome to submit a movie.

Fun format

Max 20 minutes. All subject matters okay (except hate, discrimination, pornography etc).

Great Venues

Each event is hosted at a new and exciting venue

Not a competition!

We do not give out any prizes or judge the movies shown.