Film Screening: “Cinema After Liberation”

Film Screening in collaboration with Anti Colonial Alliance Berlin & Cinelogue

In our collaboration with the Anti Colonial Alliance Berlin & Cinelogue, we want to celebrate the Anticolonial Month 2021 with you by inviting you to our film screening and – discussion with Rehana Esmail, founder of Cinelogue, a collaborative online film streaming platform and a growing postcolonial film archive promoting critical dialogue about cinema, representation and politics.

Filmscreening & Disscusion for the Anticolonial Month 2021

When: Friday, November 5th, 7-9 pm
Language(s): German & English
Covid-19 Safety: 3G required
Location: Dresdener Str. 11, 10999 Berlin
Elevator available (restrooms not wheelchair accessible)

Rehana Esmail – Founder of Cinelogue
Rehana Esmail has been an independent filmmaker and media educator for seven years with extensive experience in using film as a tool to represent socio-political struggles. She has successfully realized and screened her own films, and worked on a freelance basis as a videographer and editor in New York and Berlin, where she has also designed and led various film workshops.


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