One Not To Miss: Neoangin/Chazam Saturday, 17th, Naherholung Sternchen

Finally, Jim Avignon aka Neoangin is back in Berlin and is giving one of his great shows at our new venue for 2012, the one and only Naherholung Sternchen. David Chazam will be supporting him.

Jim Avignon (born 24 December. 1966 in Munich) is a contemporary German pop artist and representatives of the art modeste, designer and musician. A respected cult figure in the art and Techno subculture in Berlin, he currently lives and works both in Williamsburg, Brooklyn and in Berlin.

David Chazam is a french omnidirectional composer born in 68, based in Brussel, who works in different musical and show paradigms like: contemporary dance, boring theater, interesting movies, radio drama creation, improvised music and uncomplexed electropoppy punk music in wild clubs.

And after these 2 great shows enjoy the smooth minimal-sound of Cetin Sahin (Berliner Hoervergnuegen).

show starts at 11pm

The Wonders of the World stopped at seven; DL is going one better at eight. [DL8], the 8th Berlin International Directors Lounge Experimental Film Festival, is hitting Berlin in a new vein and venue, this year making the up-and-comer insider tip Naherholung Sternchen its stomping ground.

The reason for the move will be clear to all once they hit the doors, literally a stone’s throw from the iconic Kino International near Alexanderplatz: the location, a one-time thespians’ hangout already steeped in its own history, has clearly been waiting for this moment. This place wants to be, and [DL8] is the ticket make it happen.

There will be people you know and wish you did, performers, filmmakers and films, films, films, make no mistake – what you haven’t seen, what you don’t get to see, films not normed for consumption by the broad masses, but films of this length and that, free of clichés and predictable endings, free of everything you don’t need to see yet again.

How can we make it work? Bucketloads of dedication.
How can you miss it? There’s the question with only one answer. You can’t. Don’t. 1001 nights at the cinema, all in eleven days, films like you forgot or maybe never knew they could be made, films that will change the colour of your eyes and thoughts… on-beat, offbeat and everything between.

Conveniently run parallel to that other media extravaganza down at Marlene-Dietrich-Platz, but free of red carpets and frozen celebs. Photo-ops only if and when you make them.
If you don’t come on your own, we’re going to come and get you.