The celebration of the 30th anniversary of the German reunification and the fall of the Berlin wall led us to one of the major projects in the history of Urbanscreen.
For the festival ’30 Jahre Friedliche Revolution – Mauerfall’ in Berlin our mission was no less than to revive six different historically significant places. Thus, we developed six different stories and six graphical approaches to do justice to these places.
With a combination of historical archive material, historical photos, sound and animations, we breathed life into Humboldt-Forum, Gethsemanekirche, Alexanderplatz, Europacenter, East Side Gallery and the former Stasi headquarters.
Every show ended with a sound collage of contemporary voices, speaking about topics that were consistent with the historical parts of the shows and also broader, more philosophical themes.
We left the audience pondering about questions like “What does it mean to be brave?”, “Why and how do people protest today?” and “What do we long for nowadays?”.
A great thank you to our amazing partners: Kulturprojekte Berlin GmbH, INVR.SPACE GmbH and Lynx Media Systems GmbH!
Comissioned by: Kulturprojekte Berlin Gmbh
Premiere: 4.11.2019 – 10.11.2019
Production Management: Majo Ussat
Creative Management, Content Production Planning: Till Botterweck
Dramaturgy, Editorial work, Research: Lydia Liedtke
Art Direction: Daniel Rossa
Technical Management: Frank Wagner
Motion Graphic Design at INVR.SPACE GmbH: Philipp Wenning, Sönke Kirchhof
Motion Graphic Design at URBANSCREEN: Julian Hölscher, Ana Cristino Romão,
Moritz Horn, Moritz Janis Richartz /Xenorama
Score, Sound design: André Feldhaus, Anders Wasserfall, Jonas Wiese
Audio Restauration: Piet Blumentritt /Selling Spot Studios
Editorial Work, Research: Lennart Liedtke, Michael Hockel
3D Data and Modelling: Moritz Horn
Technical Implementation: Lynx Media Systems
Dramaturgical Consulting: Justin Koch
Mock-ups: Eike Buff
Production Assistance Tenders: Carmen Wetzel
Direction: Moritz Janis Richartz
Camera, Editing, Photos: Moritz Horn, Moritz Janis Richartz, Lennart Liedtke, Marcel Bückner / Xenorama, Sven Paetsch
Outer Eye: Lydia Liedtke