On Tuesday, 25 June 2019, the filmmaker Tom Fröhlich will be coming to the Lodderbast in Hanover at 7 pm for the HoF Rendezvous screening of his documentary film INK OF YAM. And the next day the special screenings will continue with Petra Lüschow and her film GOOD GIRL GONE BAD. Best case scenario would be to just spend the night at the Lodderbast – it’s certainly comfortable enough!!!
In INK OF YAM we see a place without walls, a place the two tattoo artists Poko Chaim and Daniel Bulitchev have created right in the middle of Jerusalem. We meet half of the world in this microcosm, for ink connects us. Look forward to an interesting discussion with the director Tom Fröhlich.
In her feature debut GOOD GIRL GONE BAD, director Petra Lüschow whisks us away, with a wink of the eye, to the peace movement of the 80s and all of its emotional ups and downs. Uprisings in a small backwoods town and an attractive new teacher …
What? INK OF YAM by and with Tom Fröhlich
When? Tuesday, 25 June 2019 at 7:00 pm
What? GOOD GIRL GONE BAD by and with Petra Lüschow
When? Wednesday, 26 June 2019 at 7:00 pm
Where? Lodderbast, Berliner Allee 56, 30175 Hannover
How much? Euro 10 regular admission/€ 8 reduced admission (Pupils, students, trainees and HannoverAktiv pass holders with the appropriate identification) per ticket
Opened in January 2018 by Wiebke and Johannes Thomsen, the Lodderbast arthouse cinema with 20 seats in 39 square meters is the smallest cinema in the world. Six days a week, the cinema shows a film program curated according to changing monthly themes and consisting of current premieres, independent films, genre films, experimental cinema and film classics.