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WUNDERBAR TOGETHER: A NIGHT OF SUPER 8 FILMS BY DAGIE BRUNDERT!

Sunday, August 18 at 8 PM

Doors 7:30 pm; FREE EVENT

Join us for a sultry summer evening of sumptuous Super 8 films made by the one and only Super 8 Queen, Dagie Brundert!

FREE EVENT! REFRESHMENTS PROVIDED!

Program:

The Palm Tree Song Line – 1.51 min – 2008

704 – 5 min – 2009

Echo Park Park – 3.26 min – 2013

Turn Baby Turn – 2.12 min – 2010

I see the sea and the sea sees me – 1.45 min – 2011

Lake-O – 2.37 min – 2012

Tempelele – 2.00 min – 2012

Patthorster Waldgeist – 1.21 min – 2013

Kartoffel – 3.05 min – 2013

Tigerlelles Entropie – 4.15 min – 2014

Bin ich reich? Bin ich reich? Bin ich reich? / Am I rich? Am I rich? Am I rich? – 5 min – 2015

Katzenlotto / Cat Lotto – 2.48  min – 2017

Kicherlotto / Chick Pea Lotto – 3.15 min – 2019

Ode an Juni 6 / Ode to June 6 – 22.00 min – 2018

About Dagie Brundert                                                                                                                                                                                      I was born in a small town in the middle of West Germany. Beautiful nature, but boring after a while… I moved to Berlin and studied visual arts / experimental film. Fell in love with my Super 8 camera (Nizo) in 1988. Since then I try to be a particle-finder, a wave-catcher and a good story-teller. I try to absorb weird beautiful things from this world. Chew them and spit them out again. http://dagiebrundert.de/

This event is made possible by Wunderbar Together: Germany and the US,  an initiative funded by the German Federal Foreign Office, implemented by Goethe Institut and supported by BDI The Voice of Germany Industry.

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