Dokumentarfilm | 2011-2012 | Porträt | Deutschland

Projektdaten

Lauflänge80

Kurzinhalt

Audre Lorde – The Berlin Years 1984 to 1992 focuses on Audre Lorde’s relation to the German Black Diaspora, her literary as well as political influence, and is a unique visual document about the times the author spent in Germany. The film is also for coming generations a valuable historical document of German history, which tells about the development of an Afro-German movement and the origins of the anti-racist movement before and after the German reunification. The film relates the beginnings of these political debates and therefore facilitates a historical analysis and an understanding of present debates on identity and racism in Germany. For the first time, Dagmar Schultz’s archival video- and audio recordings and footage will be made available to a wide public. The film represents an important addition to the documentary “A Litany for Survival: The Life and Work of Audre Lorde“ by Ada Gray Griffin and Michelle Parkerson which was screened at the 45th Berlin Film Festival in 1995.
AbteilungTätigkeitNameAnmerkung
Postproduction/VFXColorist Tobias WiedmerCine Chromatix
RegieRegisseurinDagmar Schultz
SchnittEditorin Aletta von VietinghoffBerlinale 2012
SchnittSchnittdramaturgin Regina Bärtschi
Ton-PostproduktionMischtonmeister Clemens Grulich

Produktionsfirmen

FirmaAnmerkung
Dagmar Schultz Produktion

Facilities

Geschäftsbereich FirmaAnmerkung
VFX / PostproduktionFilmbearbeitung/Transfer Cine Chromatix KGColor Grading
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Dagmar Schultz2012Internationale Filmfestspiele BerlinPanorama Dokumentenominiert
Dagmar Schultz2012Barcelona Int. LGBT Film Festival [es]Audience Award for Best Documentarygewonnen
Dagmar Schultz2013Muestra Int. de Cine Realizado por Mujere [es]Audience Award for Favorite Documentarygewonnen
Dagmar Schultz2013Cinema Diverse Palm Springs [us]Festival Favoritegewonnen
Dagmar Schultz2013Reel Sisters of the Diaspora Film Festival [us]Best Documentarygewonnen
Dagmar Schultz2014Reelout Queer Film+Video Festival Kingston [ca]Audience Award for Best Documentarygewonnen