Learning with films: Jewish life in the past, present and future.
The Jewish Film Festival Berlin Brandenburg, in cooperation with DAGESH. Jewish Art in Context for the first time to a film education program. The main focus is to keep the memory of the Shoah alive and to fight anti-Semitism.
Following the film screenings, the students will enter into a dialogue with representatives of the film teams. For a more in-depth discussion of the films, DAGESH offers a workshop together with the filmmakers, in which students can creatively explore the films they have seen and implement their own ideas on film.
MASEL TOV COCKTAIL, DE 2021, Arkadij Khaet, Mickey Paatzsch, 32 min.
Dima is 16, the son of Russian immigrants, a student, and he is Jewish, which everyone talks about all the time. Including his classmate Tobi, who provokes him with a bad joke about Jews in Germany. Dima's reaction leads to his expulsion from school. He also has to apologize to Tobi. Along the way, he meets people who all tell him their attitude towards Judaism without being asked.
Media Campus Babelsberg: Wednesday, 15.06.22, 10 a.m.
Jewish Theater Ship MS Goldberg: Friday, 17.06.22, 10 a.m.
THE PASSFÄLSCHER, DE 2022, Maggie Peren, 116 min
Cioma and Det, two young Jewish men in Berlin in 1942, don't let it get them down and try to enjoy life despite all the arbitrariness. Cioma also forges passports to help Jews survive. Authentic life story of Cioma Schönhaus.
Media Campus Babelsberg: Friday, 17.06.22, 10 a.m.
Jewish Theater Ship MS Goldberg: Thursday, 06/16-22, 10 a.m.
DISPLACED, DE 2020, Sharon Ryba-Kahn, 87 min.
Sharon is Jewish and a member of the third generation of Shoah survivors. When her father contacts her again after a long radio silence, she questions the difficult family relationship. Questions about her non-Jewish environment and the way she deals with the common past come to the table.
Media Campus Babelsberg: Thursday, 16.06.22, 10 a.m.
Jewish Theater Ship MS Goldberg: Wednesday, 15.06.22, 10 a.m.
Registration via Mail to Leona Schwarzer: firstname.lastname@example.org
„DAGESH on Tour“ ist ein fachübergreifendes, antisemitismuskritisches, kulturelles Bildungsprogramm, das zur demokratischen Schulkultur und zum Abbau von Vorurteilen beiträgt. Ziel der Workshops ist die Bekämpfung von Antisemitismus und anderen Formen der Diskriminierung, das Empowerment von Jugendlichen und die Auseinandersetzung mit der Frage, wie das Zusammenleben in einer pluralistischen Gesellschaft gelingen kann. DAGESH ist ein Programm der Leo Baeck Foundation (LBF), das durch Mittel des Bundesministeriums für Bildung und Forschung (BMBF) ermöglicht wird.
More Informations about DAGESH here.