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Rolling stones like Sisyphus is the daily bread of the people in the forgotten mountain regions of the Polish People's Republic. Władysław Ślesicki In his anthropological observation of Beskydy people, the course of a popular wedding provides a strong symbolic contrast to this.
A cross-section of life in Cottbus in 1970. The camera observes people at the Altmarkt and in the "Sprem", in the recreation area Branitzer Park and in the Tierpark, makes a detour to Lübbenau and highlights the achievements of construction workers and other working people. FBH
An agitation film by left-wing radical filmmaker Carole Roussopoulos: in reaction to the imprisonment of philosopher and civil rights activist Angela Davis (1944-), writer Jean Genet (1910-1986) recites a pamphlet in which he attacks the racist American judiciary. Ralph Eue
Kathleen Neal (1945-) and her later husband Eldridge Cleaver (1935-1998), co-founder of the communist Black Panther Party, during a trip to Algeria. From Eldridge Cleaver's book "Soul on Ice" comes the famous quote: "We will be human beings. We will be, or the world will be razed to the ground in our attempt to become." Ralph Eue
Prague in the 1950s: The deputy minister and his wife return from a debauched government reception to their villa. Something's wrong there. It seems that the Stasi was there to install another "ear". Amazingly open and true to detail, the film shows how the State Security operated at that time. With vivid black and white images and suggestive music, he brings to life the atmosphere of insecurity and fear of the state's arbitrariness, which could affect anyone during the years of Stalinism. UCHO was probably the most feared film by the rulers at that time, directly after its completion in 1970 it was banished to the poison cabinet. The international premiere was not until 1990 at the Cannes Film Festival. CF
The oldest briquette factory in Senftenberg, a Cottbus fashion show at TKC and a Nosferatu adaptation - the GDR amateur film was extremely diverse. The Filmmuseum Potsdam gives an insight into the project "Amateurfilm im Land Brandenburg". Senftenberg has also taken a stand on the war in Vietnam. The solidarity of the authors, however, fell under the wheels of propaganda clichés.