A Wall is a Screen goes Hamburg-Harburg.
As part of the 25th Tutech Anniversary and as an event prior to the 34th Hamburg International Short Film Festival, A Wall is a Screen will travel to Hamburg-Harburg and turn the walls around Harburg's inland harbour into screens. Thematically, the focus is on innovation, society and knowledge transfer.
Meeting point: Harburger Schlossstr. 6-12, 21h00 with pretzels, beer and other drinks to get you in the mood
Start of the tour: 22h05
A Wall is a Screen: All to Nah
The familiar often contains surprisingly many unknown things. In this sense we are going to take part in the 34th Hamburg International Short Film Festival. This time we will be in one of the supposedly well known corners of the city: Altona. This was all too close to the Hamburgers as early as the 16th century. The appeal lies in exploring the obvious and showing that, despite the latest developments in furniture stores and system gastronomy, there are places that are still waiting to be used by A Wall is a Screen as projection locations for short films. It takes about 90 minutes from wall to wall around the Große Bergstraße. And after every movie, it's: Follow us to the next place and the next movie.
Start: 22h30 at Bahnhof Altona, Paul-Nevermann-Platz