WOLF IN SPACE — ART HOUSE CINEMA FROM THE WESERSTRASSE TO ENJOY AT HOME

WOLF IN SPACE — ART HOUSE CINEMA FROM THE WESERSTRASSE TO ENJOY AT HOME

With the cinemas closed, we are not just missing the physical experience of velvet upholstered armchairs and popcorn, but also the chance to discover international film releases outside the Hollywood mainstream. That’s why Neukölln’s Wolf Kino is now bringing arthouse cinema home with their virtual cinema platform Wolf in Space, which lets you stream a curated selection of small indie productions on your devices. Aus einem Jahr der Nichtereignisse (From a Year of Non-events) by Ann Carolin Renninger and René Frölke quietly portrays the everyday life of north German farmer Willi, while Lola Randl’s documentary Von Bienen und Blumen (The Bees and the Birds) tells the story of a post-capitalist utopia in rural Uckermark. Meanwhile, What You Gonna Do When the World’s on Fire? from director Roberto Minervini follows the African-American community of Louisiana’s capital Baton Rouge, where unarmed Alton Sterling was killed by police in 2016. All three films offer unique tellings of different realities, provoking thought and conversation like only well-curated indie cinema can. The films can be rented for a fee or, if you are a member of Wolf, enjoyed as part of your subscription.

Text: Hanna Komornitzyk / Credit: Cottonbro & Claudia Schramke for Wolf Kino / Film poster: Aus einem Jahr der Nichtereignisse, Von Bienen und Blumen, What You Gonna Do When the World’s on Fire?, Ama-San, Tempo Comum & Dijon Àfrica

You can find the complete Wolf in Space streaming program online. All films are offered with English subtitles.

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