Concerning Violence – Nine Scenes from the Anti-Imperialistic Self-Defence

Concerning Violence – Nine Scenes from the Anti-Imperialistic Self-Defence

Let’s not forget about our screening today at 7pm today, too! We will present the film »Concerning Violence« in cooperation with GRASSI Museum for Ethnography and AG Postkolonial Leipzig. A few words about the AG Postkolonial (in case you haven’t heard of them yet):

As part of the Engagierte Wissenschaft e.V., that is trying to transfer scientific discourses and debates into political practice, AG Postkolonial wants to bring out the connection between colonial history and recent debates on racism, global inequality and the contemporary dealing with »Others«. Furthermore, AG Postkolonial concerns itself with the politics of colonial memory and also tries to unveil traces of colonialism in the city of Leipzig. We couldn’t wish for a better to partner to introduce the film »Concerning Violence« than the AG Postkolonial.

Fri, 22 April 2016, 7pm – GRASSI Museum of Ethnography

»Concerning Violence – Nine Scenes from the Anti-Imperialistic Self-Defense«

(Doc SE/FI/US/DK 2014, D: Göran Hugo Olsson, 85’, OV with German subtitles, BluRay)
With an introduction by Diana Ayeh & Natascha Bing (AG Postkolonial Leipzig)

If you’re quick on your bikes, you might be able to make it to both screenings today:

7pm, GRASSI Musem – AFRICAN OUTLINES: CONCERNING VIOLENCE

9pm, IfZ – GEGENkino & Cry Baby present DESIRE WILL SET YOU FREE

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