Τετάρτη, 22 Απριλίου 2015

April 22-25 Weekly Program, Free and Self-managed “Embros”

Wednesday, April 22, 9.00 pm
Documentary ‘UNTIL THE DAY RISES’
  • Presentation/ video projection on the Immigrants’ detention centers/ camps at the self-managed theater "EMBROS".
As an Open Initiative against Detention Centers, and in the continuation of our activities, we will project documentaries made against the modern concentration camps and the inhuman conditions of detention of refugees and immigrants in these and in hellish police stations throughout Greece.
Open Initiative against Detention Camps
See you there.

Thursday, April 23, 7:30- 10:30 pm
365 WITHOUT 377’
  • First time screening of the film '365 WITHOUT 377' in Greece, by Adele Tulli.
  • Q & A session with Director Adele Tulli
365 WITHOUT 377’ is a film about the abolition of the law of prohibition of homosexuality in India and the struggle for LGBT activists’ rights.
Do not miss it.

Friday, April 24, 8:00- 9:20 pm
Tsakalas Blues
  • Screening of the film ‘Tsakalos Blues’ by Yara Haskiel (Greek Subtitles)
We have never talked about this topic. It always remained a taboo. What had happened in the concentration camps never really interested me. That was none of my problems.“ Gabriel Haskiel
Tsakalos Blues is a film about Yara Haskiel’s Jewish-Greek German family history. It is told from the perspective of a 3rd generation being born and raised in Germany after the Shoah. In conversations with her father, Gabriel, Yara is trying to understand what it meant to grow up in post-war Germany as a stateless person. How is this unarticulated experience subjectified and mediated between our generations?
The film develops along years of conversations between Gabriel and Yara. Together they revisited places closely linked to their family history: Munich, Salonica, Haifa and Eilat. Tsakalos Blues tries to render visible the different experiences and modalities of speech that are reflected in our hybrid and contradicting identity constructions and that remain invisible and insignificant within the hegemonic discourses on history.
Yara Haskiel (born 1982) is a visual artist and researcher. She studied experimental film, fine arts and media, and graduated at the University of Arts Berlin. Her works explores the relation between memory and socio-political issues, through the auto-biographical and micro-political perspective. Her video-essays with documentary elements question the notion of identity and modes of belonging. The first series of video-essays evolves around the problem of self-positioning in relation to the precarious life conditions, affecting and pervading also our love stories and friendships.

Saturday, April 25
2:00-5:00 pm
Self-Management Workshop in Self-Management of Joint/ Common Politics, Art and Activism at the Free and Self-Managed Theatre-EMBROS
6:00- 11:00 pm
The Action Group against Police Violence / Arbitrariness and the fascistization in Our Everyday Lives invites you to their event:
"Mental Health and Stigma: Solidarity & Resistance against Social Discrimination and Exclusion"


Sunday, April 26
12.00, Central Stage
Karagiozis” Shadow Theater for young and old people
12.30 pm-2.30 pm
Dance lessons, every Sunday (1st floor): Latin, African, rock n roll, taught by Yves.
3.30 pm-6.30 pm
Seminar of Free Expression and Creative Communication: "When spring smiles". Work in progress, Coordinated by Xara Alexakis (1st floor)
6.00 μμ-7.00μμ
Meetings of Work Groups of Embros
7.00pm-11.30pm
Embros Open Assembly.
The discussion/debate which has started, during the previous open assembly, on self-organization issues, will keep on.


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