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Program Season 2019 in:
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Theatre, Copenhagen
The Santaland Diaries - 28.11. - 1.12.2019

A brilliant evocation of what a slacker’s Christmas must feel like. Out of work, our slacker decides to become a Macy’s elf during the holiday crunch. At first the job is simply humiliating, but once the thousands of visitors start pouring through Santa’s workshop, he becomes battle-weary and bitter. Finding consolation in the fact that some of the other elves were television extras on One Life to Live, he grins and bears it, occasionally taking out his frustrations on the children and parents alike. When a new Santa arrives at the workshop, things seem to be different, but will our slacker be able to find the gay Christmas spirit before his employment runs out?

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Film / Copenhagen
Hamburg on Screen - 16.& 17.11.2019
Huset-Biograf, Copenhagen's leading underground cinema, is presenting two days of Hamburg cinema. Besides the shortfilm program „Hamburg Shorts“ - combined with a meet and mingle with two Hamburg film directors, two Hamburg related feature film complete the presentation.

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Film / Copenhagen
Hamburg Shorts - 16.11.2019

Hamburg Shorts presents five award winning short films from Hamburg which portray stories from around the world. Two directors will be present at the evening.

Petja Pulkrabek is the director of award winning short film “Occasus” and is recently planning his feature film debut “Babylon Blood Club”. Ali Hakim is the director of the short film “Taweez”, which is “highly recommendet” by the german film and media review.  His feature film debut “Bonnie&Bonnie” is currently playing successfully in German cinemas.

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Network Meeting / Copenhagen

The network meetings are upon invitation. If you are interested to participate and for all further information please contact jana@movethenorth.com

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Music / Lübeck, Copenhagen, Hamburg
Poetic Sounds - Live jazz meets poetry and songs - 06.& 22.11.2019 and 8.1.2020

A Poetry Concert  Part II: Three Danish Jazz musicians including poet and singer Rasmus Rhode perform with three German musician/singers and experiment within the realm of jazz, poetry, pop and chanson.
After a first collaboration in 2018 Poetic Sounds performed for four sold out shows in Hamburg - Club Die Insel - Levantehaus, and Copenhagen  at Stardust Huset-KBH, HIT-House of International and Ramboll Head Quarters for the German-Danish Business Award 2018.

 

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Theatre / Copenhagen
The Clean House - by Sarah Ruhe - 19.09. - 6.10.2019

Upon arrival in the U.S., the sassy young Brazilian comedienne Matilde discovers that no one will pay to hear her rural jokes in Portuguese. Finding herself forced to clean for the upper classes, the world and household of her new employer – careerwoman Doctor Lane - hillariously falls apart. Not only with the arrival of Lane’s fetish cleaner-sister, Virginia but more so with the arrival of her husband’s mistress. Charles, another highly successfull and charismatic surgeon has fallen in love with his beautiful and much older patient Ana. While apples fall and hearts are broken, Matilde tries to think up the world’s best joke -a joke so hillariously funny, that once you hear it, you will die of laughter.

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Music, Copenhagen
Folk meets Pop - 29.8.2019

With a love of acoustic instruments, the award-winning Danish folk band Elmøe & Hoffmann invites listeners into their fairy-tale universe inspired by film music, chamber music and traditional Scandinavian dance. With backgrounds in classical music and heavy metal, they present a shared foothold in Nordic folk music and celebrate a joie de vivre that instantly intoxicates the audience. Two musicians of the Danish Trio will encounter with two Hamburg based German singers and present a combination of folk, pop, jazz and film music.

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Exhibition / Hamburg
City Tales - Photography - 12.8. - 25.8.2019

​Four photographers present four individual artistic views on their city and the theme of tales presenting City Lights, City Fairies, City Faces and City Stories with art work by:

 

Rebecca Hoppé – from Hamburg

Andy Dräger – from Hamburg
Filip Misiak Orestes – from København
Diego Monsiváis – from Malmö

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Film / Malmö
Hommage Werner Herzog - 24. - 28.7.2019
13 Selected Films of Werner Herzog presented at Hypos Theatre Malmö in collaboration with Goethe Institute Schweden and Förenigen Film Malmö

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Pop Art Exhibition, Schleswig

POPKISS! - 19.7. - 31.8.2019

With strong artists and their sassy works of art the popstreet.shop gallery presents thrilling pieces of Popart, Urbanart and Streetart. This year Michael Habel and Stephan Kruell are organizers of the art festival POPKISS! 2019 in Schleswig, featuring more than 30 artists exhibiting on more than 1000 square meters, including German and Nordic Artists such as:Steffen Kindt , Jill Ann Press, Nils Peters, Heike Baltruweit, Claudia Tejeda.

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Music / On Tour

Nordic folk music - Elmøe & Hoffmann - 14.7.2019

With a love of acoustic instruments, Elmøe & Hoffmann invite listeners into their fairy-tale universe inspired by film music, chamber music and traditional Scandinavian dance. While Emma Kragh-Elmøe (violine) brings a backround in classical music, Villads Hoffmann (cittern, mandolin, guitar) on the other hand, was enthusiastic about loud and fast heavy metal. But opposites are well known to attract each other, which is evidently true in this case as the duo won "Talent of the Year" award at the Danish Music Awards Folk 2015.

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Music / Hamburg
Danish Folkmusic meets German Classic - musical arrangement accompanied by exhibition opening - 2.7.2019

With a love of acoustic instruments, Elmøe & Hoffmann invite listeners into their fairy-tale universe inspired by film music, chamber music and traditional Scandinavian dance. With backgrounds in classical music and heavy metal, they present a shared foothold in Nordic folk music and celebrate a joie de vivre that instantly intoxicates the audience.
The Danish Trio will encounter three musicians of the Hamburg NDR Elbphilharmonic orchestra and together present a uique evening of different music styles merging to a youful celebration of music.

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Exhibition , Hamburg

Hidden Hamburg - 27.6. - 31.8.2019

Rediscover Hamburg from three different perspectives presented by three Hamburg artists in the exhibition "Hidden Hamburg". Participate and write your own story about the exhibited art during the workshop „ArtStories“ under the guidance of Danish actress Anette Sörensen-Habel. As a Danish teacher she will be there to assist you in case  you would like to formulate your art story in the Danish language. On the follow up day of the workshop, the Art Stories will be read and presented to the public.

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Popart & Urbanart / Hamburg

Pop Art Exhibition presenting the works of artists from Hamburg and Copenhagen.

27.6. - 25.7.2019

The Galerie popstreet.shop in Hambur’s hip area Karoviertel is specialized in presenting Popart, Urbanart and Streetart. For Move the North they are exhibiting a selection of works by Jill Ann Press an danish-american artist living in Copenhagen, Hamburg based Nils Peters and Steffen Kindt originally grown up in Germany but living in Kopenhagen.

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Film / Hamburg
Danish Shorts by OFF - 8.6.2019
OFF – Odense International Film Festival, launched in 1975, is Denmark's oldest international and only Academy Award-Qualifying short film festival. Here, they celebrate the short film format as an art form, a playground for creative minds and movie makers alike

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Film / Hamburg

Danish Films on Screen - 8.6. - 12.6.2019

 

A presentation of Danish films curated by Move the North and in collaboration with Metropolis cinema with guest from Denmark.

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Network Meeting / Copenhagen

The network meetings are upon invitation. If you are interested to participate and for all further information please contact jana@movethenorth.com

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Music / Hamburg
Music Lounge - "Gin & Jazz" - 24.5.2019

Move the North unites artists from Sweden, Denmark and Germany and invites the audience to experience an evening of differnet music styles, combined with text passages presented by Hamburg and Malmö based actor Andreas Grötzinger.

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Music, Hamburg

Hvalfugl - 5.4.2019

 

In the fall of 2018, the three friends who together formed Hvalfugl back in 2015, entered a recording studio in northern England to record the music that would become their second album. The album is called “Som En Faldskærm", and describes the feeling of plunging into free fall at the risk of crashing to the ground, eventually feeling the parachute carrying one floaPng through the air.

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Literature / Helgoland

Hitch & I - Diverse Termine

A journey into the stories behind Hitchcocks most famous films presented by actor Jens Wawrczeck and accompanied by live music.The staged reading is performed at Kammerspiele Hamburg.The Hitchcock film is presented at Metropolis Cinema, Hamburg.The Event is in German.

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Theatre / Malmö & Copenhagen
"The Goat, or Who is Sylvia?" - by Edward Albee - 4.- 6.4. und 29.4.- 2.5.2019
What happens when infidelity strips a marriage bare? From the author of “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” and “The Zoo Story” a powerful, provocative and surprisingly funny drama with a highly experienced, all-British cast. From southern Sweden's only professional English-language theatre company.



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Film / Malmö

Hommage Bruno Ganz - 21., 26. und 28.1.2019

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Theatre / Copenhagen
Partytime - A Pinter Trilogy Part II - 13.- 28.2.2019

Six women gather for a party which will decide the fate of their nation. Pinter’s famous geopolitical drama brings to the stage a public reckoning based on intrigue and rebellion. Women are in charge and the men have gone into hiding. “Makes the old pulse go rat-at-tat-tat,” says one of them. “Best party I’ve been to in years."

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Theatre / Copenhagen

The Lover – A Pinter Trilogy Part I - 30.1.- 3.2.2019

“Is your lover coming today?”. The Pinter classic The Lover hits off with this question filling the air. As surprising as it may seem, this is asked within the close relationship of a man and a woman. When the wife goes to work, the husband gets visited by his lover – but not in secret. This is a story about marriage and how unfaithfulness is willingly brought into the relationship. But as you’d expect from a Pinter play, there’s more to it…



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Theatre, Copenhagen
The Santaland Diaries

The Santaland Diaries is a brilliant evocation of what a slacker’s Christmas must feel like. Out of work, our slacker decides to become a Macy’s elf during the holiday crunch. At first the job is simply humiliating, but once the thousands of visitors start pouring through Santa’s workshop, he becomes battle-weary and bitter. Finding consolation in the fact that some of the other elves were television extras on One Life to Live, he grins and bears it, occasionally taking out his frustrations on the children and parents alike. When a new Santa arrives at the workshop, things seem to be different, but will our slacker be able to find the gay Christmas spirit before his employment runs out?

Cast: Siegmar Tonk

Directed by: Jeremy Thomas-Poulsen

 

HIT-House of International Theatre and Down the Rabbit Hole Theatre presenting a German-Danish cast

 

Where: Krudttønden, Serridslevvej 2, 2100 København Ø

When: Nov.28th – Dec. 1st 

 

Ticket-Link: https://www.teaterbilletter.dk/forestillinger/the-santaland-diaries/

Further information:  www.houseofinternationaltheatre.dk

 

The Performance is in English

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Film / Copenhagen
Hamburg on Screen
 

Huset-Biograf, Copenhagen's leading underground cinema, is presenting two days of Hamburg cinema. Besides the shortfilm program „Hamburg Shorts“ - combined with a meet and mingle with two Hamburg film directors, two Hamburg related feature film complete the presentation.
 

ONCE UPON A TIME – INDIANERLAND is the 2017 feature film debut by Hamburg based director Ilker Catak. The coming-of-age story portrays a 17 year old boy with a turbulent life: he is torn between two women – the one he fancies is not interested in him, the one who fancies him doesn’t interest him. To top this confusing ménge à trois, he constantly sees a native American who seems to be harassing him and has to learn what really matters in life.

Imker Catak was nominated for a Student-Oscar for his 2014 shortfilm “Wo wir sind” which won best film at the Max-Ophüls-Festival. In 2015 he won the Student Academy Award in Gold for his short film Sadakat. ONCE UPON A TIME – INDIANERLAND is his feature film debut.

THE MASTER TOUCH is a 1972 Italian / West German crime film directed by Michele Lupo starring Kirk Douglas and Florinda Bolkan.

When:

*NOVEMBER 16 / SATURDAY

18:00 = CAFÉ AREA OPENS FOR “MOVE THE NORTH festival”

19.00 = Feature Film, ONCE UPON A TIME - INDIANERLAND

 

*NOVEMBER 17 / Sunday
17.00 = THE MASTER TOUCH (16mm)

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Where: Husets Biograf, Magstraede 14, Copenhagen 1004 K


Tickets: husetsbio.reservation@mail.dk

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Film / Copenhagen
Hamburg Shorts

 

Hamburg Shorts presents five award winning short films from Hamburg which portray stories from around the world. Two directors will be present at the evening.

 

Petja Pulkrabek is the director of award winning short film “Occasus” and is recently planning his feature film debut “Babylon Blood Club”.

 

Ali Hakim is the director of the short film “Taweez”, which is “highly recommendet” by the german film and media review.  His feature film debut “Bonnie&Bonnie” is currently playing successfully in German cinemas.

 

Get into conversation with the filmmakers in a subsequent Meet & Mingle.

When: 16.11.19
18:00 = CAFÉ AREA OPENS FOR “MOVE THE NORTH festival”
19.00 = MOVE THE NORTH FESTIVAL (see Hamburg On Screen)

21.00 = MOVE THE NORTH FESTIVAL, 5 Short Films

Where: Husets Biograf, Magstraede 14, Copenhagen 1004 K


 

Tickets: husetsbio.reservation@mail.dk

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Music / Lübeck, Copenhagen
Poetic Sounds - Live jazz meets poetry and songs


A Poetry Concert  Part II

Three Danish Jazz musicians including poet and singer Rasmus Rhode perform with three German musician/singers and experiment within the realm of jazz, poetry, pop and chanson.

After a first collaboration in 2018 Poetic Sounds performed for four sold out shows in Hamburg - Club Die Insel - Levantehaus, and Copenhagen  at Stardust Huset-KBH, HIT-House of International and Ramboll Head Quarters for the German-Danish Business Award 2018.

In 2019 Poetic Sounds will resume with two performances in Lübeck and Copenhagen to create a new German-Danish program which combines different music styles with poetry.


With: Jana Pulkrabek, Isabel Trinkaus, Siegmar Tonk, Rasmus Rhode, Jeppe Closs, Asger Søgaard

Dates:  

06.11.2019     Lübeck HanseBelt Zukunftskongress   (zukunftskongress.hansebelt.de)

22.11.2019     Copenhagen Huset-KBH   (https://huset-kbh.dk/event/poetic-sounds-live-jazz-meets-poetry-and-songs/)

08.01.2020     Hamburg, Drilling Bar

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Theatre / Copenhagen
The Clean House - by Sarah Ruhe

 

“Would anybody like to hear a joke, or maybe even the world’s best joke??”

Upon arrival in the U.S., the sassy young Brazilian comedienne Matilde discovers that no one will pay to hear her rural jokes in Portuguese. Finding herself forced to clean for the upper classes, the world and household of her new employer – careerwoman Doctor Lane - hillariously falls apart. Not only with the arrival of Lane’s fetish cleaner-sister, Virginia but more so with the arrival of her husband’s mistress. Charles, another highly successfull and charismatic surgeon has fallen in love with his beautiful and much older patient Ana. While apples fall and hearts are broken, Matilde tries to think up the world’s best joke -a joke so hillariously funny, that once you hear it, you will die of laughter.

Cast: Jens Blegaa, Isabel Escudero Zorde, Vanessa Poole Jönsson, Jana Pulkrabek, Tina Robinson
Director: Jeremy M. Thomas-Poulsen
Set Design: Jonathon Perry
Light & Sounddesign: Paul Damade
Written by: Sarah Ruhl

 

A German-Danish Coproduction by: Manusarts GmbH, Down The Rabbit Hole Theatre

 

Where: Krudttønden, Serridslevvej 2, 2100 København Ø

When: Sep.19th – Oct. 6th, Tue-Sat at 20.00 / Sun at 17.00

 

Ticket-Link: https://www.teaterbilletter.dk/forestillinger/the-clean-house/

Further information:  www.houseofinternationaltheatre.dk

 

The Performance is in English

Photo by: Filip Misiak Orestes

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Music, Copenhagen
Folk meets Pop

With a love of acoustic instruments, the award-winning Danish folk band Elmøe & Hoffmann invites listeners into their fairy-tale universe inspired by film music, chamber music and traditional Scandinavian dance. With backgrounds in classical music and heavy metal, they present a shared foothold in Nordic folk music and celebrate a joie de vivre that instantly intoxicates the audience. Two musicians of the Danish Trio will encounter with two Hamburg based German singers and present a combination of folk, pop, jazz and film music.

 

Where: NJORD, Pilestræde 58, Copenhagen

When: 29.08.2019

 

 

Emma Kragh-Elmøe (violine)
Julian Svejgaard (piano, accordion)

Siegmar Tonk (vocals)

Jana Pulkrabek (vocals) 

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Exhibition / Hamburg
City Tales - Photography

 

Four photographers present four individual artistic views on their city and the theme of tales presenting City Lights, City Fairies, City Faces and City Stories with art work by:


Rebecca Hoppé – from Hamburg

Andy Dräger – from Hamburg
Filip Misiak Orestes – from København
Diego Monsiváis – from Malmö

When: 12.8.- 25.8.2019

Where: Galerie Levantehaus, Mönckebergstraße 7, 20095 Hamburg

Opening hours: Mon-Fri 12.00-19.00, Sa 12.00-18.00

Vernissage: Monday, 12.08.2019 at 18.00

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Film / Malmö
Hommage Werner Herzog

13 Selected Films of Werner Herzog presented at Hypos Theatre Malmö in collaboration with Goethe Institute Schweden and Förenigen Film Malmö

24.7. at 14.40: Story to Myth. Films: Fata Morgana, Last Words, Little Dieter Needs to Fly

24.7. at  20. 45: Sport and Fanaticism. Films: Great Ecstasy of Woodcarver Steiner, Herakles, Precautions Against Fanatics

 

25.7. at 13.00: Place in Crisis. Films: Lessons in Darkness, The Wild Blue Yonder, La Soufrière

25.7. at 19.00: Language as Product: How Much Wood Would a Woodchuck Chuck, Land of Silence and Darkness

 

26.7. at 16.45: Sport and Fanaticism. Films: Great Ecstasy of Woodcarver Steiner, Herakles, Precautions Against Fanatics

26.7. at 19.15: Reign of Horror. Films: Echoes from a Somber Empire, Nosferatu

27.7. at 15.30: Language as Product: How Much Wood Would a Woodchuck Chuck, Land of Silence and Darkness

27.7. at 16.45: Story to Myth. Films: Fata Morgana, Last Words, Little Dieter Needs to Fly

 

28.7. at 14.00: Place in Crisis. Films: Lessons in Darkness, The Wild Blue Yonder, La Soufrière

28.7. at 18.00: Reign of Horror. Films: Echoes from a Somber Empire, Nosferatu

 

The entrance is free 

Further information to full program and films: Hypnosmalmo.com

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Pop Art Exhibition / Schleswig
POPKISS! 2019

 

With strong artists and their sassy works of art the popstreet.shop gallery presents thrilling pieces of Popart, Urbanart and Streetart. This year Michael Habel and Stephan Kruell are organizers of the art festival POPKISS! 2019 in Schleswig, featuring more than 30 artists exhibiting on more than 1000 square meters, including German and Nordic Artists such as:

Steffen Kindt , Jill Ann Press, Nils Peters, Heike Baltruweit, Claudia Tejeda.

When: 19.7.-31.08.2019

Where:

POPKISS! 2019
Heimat - Raum für Unterhaltung
 
Auf der Freiheit – Gebäude 86

24837 Schleswig 


www.popkiss.org

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Music  / On Tour

Nordic folk music - Elmøe & Hoffmann

 

With a love of acoustic instruments, Elmøe & Hoffmann invite listeners into their fairy-tale universe inspired by film music, chamber music and traditional Scandinavian dance. While Emma Kragh-Elmøe (violine) brings a backround in classical music, Villads Hoffmann (cittern, mandolin, guitar) on the other hand, was enthusiastic about loud and fast heavy metal. But opposites are well known to attract each other, which is evidently true in this case as the duo won "Talent of the Year" award at the Danish Music Awards Folk 2015.


While recording their debut album Vandkanten from 2017, they invited Julian Svejgaard (piano) along and the currently performing trio celebrates a joie de vivre which instantly intoxicates the audience.
 

Join the group performing close to the Danish-German border on Fanø at the Fannikerdagene Festival on July 14th / www.fannikerdagen.dk

Other perfromance dates:
24.6.2019 at 19.00 Tivoli / København www.tivoli.dk
02.07.2019 Hamburg “Folk meets Classic“

 

Musikvideo:
 https://youtu.be/vShWLiGmRIY

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Music / Hamburg
Danish Folkmusic meets German Classic - musical arrangement accompanied by exhibition opening.

 

With a love of acoustic instruments, Elmøe & Hoffmann invite listeners into their fairy-tale universe inspired by film music, chamber music and traditional Scandinavian dance. With backgrounds in classical music and heavy metal, they present a shared foothold in Nordic folk music and celebrate a joie de vivre that instantly intoxicates the audience.


The Danish Trio will encounter three musicians of the Hamburg NDR Elbphilharmonic orchestra and together present a uique evening of different music styles merging to a youful celebration of music.


The event is accompanied by a Pop Street Shop exhibition.

Where: wineBANK, Stephansplatz 3 Alte Oberpostdirektion, 20354 Hamburg, www.winebank.de
When: 02.07.2019 um 19:30


Entrance is free


Emma Kragh-Elmøe (violine)
Villads Hoffmann (cittern, mandolin, guitar)
Julian Svejgaard (piano, accordion)

Sono Tokuda (violine)

Anaëlle Tourret (harve)

Valentin Priebus (cello)

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Exhibition / Hamburg
Hidden Hamburg

 

Rediscover Hamburg from three different perspectives presented by three Hamburg artists in the exhibition "Hidden Hamburg". Participate and write your own story about the exhibited art during the workshop „ArtStories“ under the guidance of Danish actress Anette Sörensen-Habel. As a Danish teacher she will be there to assist you in case  you would like to formulate your art story in the Danish language. On the follow up day of the workshop, the Art Stories will be read and presented to the public.

 

Dates & Events:

Exhibition Hidden Hamburg: 27.6.2019 - 31.8.2019    

Workshop ArtStories: 27.7.2019 (Registration via www.steenart.de/events - participants limited to 10 art story writers)    

Reading ArtStories: 8.8.2019 at18:30

Event location:

Pure Photography & Gallery for Art, Media and Design, Glashüttenstrasse 108, 20357 Hamburg, Germany

 

Opening hours:

Mon, Wed, Th 13 - 18 o'clock

Sa 15 - 18 o'clock and by appointment

 

Phone: 040 76 48 63 20

 

www.steenart.de

About the artists:

Annabelle Hoffmann detaches herself from familiar motives, merging various facets of the city -such as wild street art or architecture- in her collages, thus redefining Hamburg’s charm and character.

Heike Baltruweit approaches the city as a natural exhibition space, finding abstract aesthetic compositions in reflections on water, concrete walls, marauded pavement and in abandoned factory buildings. Her unedited photographs resemble handcrafted paintings.

Inka Uzoma is best known for her bronze monument of famous Hamburg actress Heidi Kabel, placed in the city centre. With her expressive bronze sculptures, Inka Uzoma wants to irritate and arouse the curiosity of the viewer and make them grasp her art with their hands.

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Popart & Urbanart / Hamburg

Pop Art Exhibition presenting the works of artists from Hamburg and Copenhagen.

 

The Galerie popstreet.shop in Hambur’s hip area Karoviertel is specialized in presenting Popart, Urbanart and Streetart. For Move the North they are exhibiting a selection of works by Jill Ann Press an danish-american artist living in Copenhagen, Hamburg based Nils Peters and Steffen Kindt originally grown up in Germany but living in Kopenhagen.

Where: Galerie popstreet.shop, Glashüttenstr. 105, 20357 Hamburg
When: 27.06.-25.7.2019 Opening hours Tue-Fri 12.00-19.00, Sat 12.00-18.00

Website: www.popstreet.shop

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Film / Hamburg
Danish Shorts by OFF

 

OFF – Odense International Film Festival, launched in 1975, is Denmark's oldest international and only Academy Award-Qualifying short film festival. Here, they celebrate the short film format as an art form, a playground for creative minds and movie makers alike. Every year the festival receives thousands of international and Danish submissions, but only a small, carefully chosen selection of short films make it into the final competition programme.

Move the North is delighted to welcome Head of Festival & Programme at OFF Birgitte Weinberger who will present a selection of short films that have all been part of OFF’s competition programme over the years.

The five short films selected for this screening have all competed in the Danish Competition at OFF: Daimi (2012), Ernst og lyset (1996), Vore fædres sønner (2015), Untamed (2016) and Maja (2018) – and they also happen to be some of the festival leader’s personal favorites.

 

A collaboration with Hamburg Shortfilm Festival

Where: Metropolis Kino, Kleine Theaterstraße 10, 20354 Hamburg
When: 8.6. at 21:30

Tickets: www.metropoliskino.de

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Film / Hamburg
Danish Films on Screen

 

A presentation of Danish films curated by Move the North and in collaboration with Metropolis cinema with guest from Denmark.

Where: Metropolis Kino, Kleine Theaterstraße 10, 20354 Hamburg
When: 8.6.-12.6.2019

Tickets: www.metropoliskino.de

Program:

8.6.19.00 Ditte & Louise OmeU
DK 2018, Niclas Bendixen, 102 min.
Cast: Ditte Hansen, Louise Mieritz
Guests: Actresses Ditte Hansen & Lousie Mieritz

8.6.21.30   Danish Shortfilms presented by OFF Filmfestival Odense

In collaboration with OFF, City of Odense, Kurzfilm Festival Hamburg
Guest: Birgitte Sabina Weinberger, Artistic Director of OFF Filmfestival


9.6.2130 / 10.6.1700  The Kommune   OmU
DK/S/NL 2016, Thomas Vinterberg, 111 Min.

10.6.1900 OmeU / 12.6.2115  Aminas Letters   OmeU / DF
Aminas Breve
DK/D 2017, Jacob Bitsch, 82 min.

11.6.21.15  The Charmer    OmeU
Charmøren
DK/S/FR 2017, Milad Alami, 101 min.
Cast: Ardalan Esmaili (Esmail), Soho Rezanejad


9.6.19:00  Without A Stich
DK 1968, Annelise Meineche,
Cast:  Anne Grete Nissen, Ib Mossin, Niels Borksand

Guest: Jack Stevenson

10.6.2115  First Prize Irene
DK/IT 1969, Renzo Ragazzi,
Guest: Jack Stevenson

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Music / Hamburg
Music Lounge - "Gin & Jazz"

 

Move the North unites artists from Sweden, Denmark and Germany and invites the audience to experience an evening of differnet music styles, combined with text passages presented by Hamburg and Malmö based actor Andreas Grötzinger.

The four Swedish musicians forming the "Karlshamn Straßenkapelle" enjoy to perform with  inner joy –as the name suggests- in the streets  and to make people feel happy and relaxed. They present well known standards and evergreens, both in jazz style and in bossa nova mixed with Swedish songs, as some waltzes for instance.

They encounter with Jonathan Fjord Bredholt from the Danish trio Hvalfugl, a group mixing the guitar, contra bass and piano with folk music traditions and the sound of Nordic Jazz. The instrumentation results in soft buth tightly composed songs that will keep you spellbound.

Move the North invites you to experience a combination of skills and artistic values to be lived and experienced in the unique setting of Drilling – a Gin Distillerie and Cocktail Bar.



From Sweden 


Berndt Sjögren:  saxophone/flute/violine


Jonas Ryberg: tuba / trumpet 


Mats Berntsson: accordeon 


Patrik Håkansson: drums


 

From Denmark


Jonathan Fjord Bredholt: Harmonium



From Germany
Andreas Grötzinger: Text passages

Produced by Manusarts GmbH

When: 24.05.19 at 19:30
Where: Drilling Bar / Marzipanfabrik, Haus 4 / Beim Schornstein, 22763 Hamburg www.drilling.hamburg

Entrance is free

Music Video Jonathan Fred Bredholm (Hvalfugl):  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XpQPvf-2U3U

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Music / Hamburg
Hvalfugl

 

In the fall of 2018, the three friends who together formed Hvalfugl back in 2015, entered a recording studio in northern England to record the music that would become their second album. The album is called “Som En Faldskærm", and describes the feeling of plunging into free fall at the risk of crashing to the ground, eventually feeling the parachute carrying one floaPng through the air. For the three friends in Hvalfugl, the music has been their parachute, and it can best be described as calming yet engaging. Between the cheerful and mournful themes, Hvalfugl spans its parachute and lets the listener float freely in a timeless melancholy.

When: 05.04.2019

Where: Dänische Seemanskirche, Ditmar-Koel-Straße 2, 20459 Hamburg

Website: www.hvalfugl.dk

Music Video Hvalfugl: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XpQPvf-2U3

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Literatur / Hamburg
Hitch & I

 

A journey into the stories behind Hitchcocks most famous films presented by actor Jens Wawrczeck and accompanied by live music.

The staged reading is performed at Kammerspiele Hamburg.

The Hitchcock film is presented at Metropolis Cinema, Hamburg.

The Event is in German.

 

Wann:

31.03.19 19:00 “Rebecca“ – Szenische Lesung, Kammerspiele

14.04.19 14:00 “Rebecca“ – Film, Metropolis Kino

12.05.19 19:00 “Immer Ärger mit Harry“ - Szenische Lesung, Kammerspiele

19.05.19 14:30 “Immer Ärger mit Harry“ - Film, Metropolis Kino

29.09.19 19:00 “Marnie“ - Szenische Lesung, Kammerspiele

06.10.19 12:00 “Marnie“ - Film, Metropolis Kino

15.12.19 20:00 “Die Neununddreissig Stufen“ - Szenische Lesung, Kammerspiele

22.12.19 12:00 “Die Neununddreissig Stufen“ - Film, Metropolis Kino

 

Tickets:https://hamburger-kammerspiele.de/programm/hitch-und-ich/

http://www.metropoliskino.de/index.php?id=28#4

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Theatre / Malmö & Copenhagen

"The Goat, or Who is Sylvia?" - by Edward Albee

 

What happens when infidelity strips a marriage bare? From the author of “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” and “The Zoo Story” a powerful, provocative and surprisingly funny drama with a highly experienced, all-British cast. From southern Sweden's only professional English-language theatre company.




Cast: David Barrett, Kevin Benn, Jeff Bond, Vanessa Poole
Directed by Boel Marie Larsson

A Playmate Theatre Malmö production in collaboration with Down the Rabbit Hole featuring a Swedish and Danish cast.

Where: Bastionen Teater, Norra Vallgatan 28, 211 25 Malmö, Schweden
When: 4-6.4.2019
Ticket-Link: https://kulturcentralen.nu/…/the-goat-or-who-is-sylvia-by-e…

Where: HIT-House of International Theatre performing at: LITERATURHAUS – Møllegade 7, 2200 København N
When: 29.4.-02.05.
Ticket-Link:  https://www.teaterbilletter.dk/f…/the-goat-or-who-is-sylvia/

The Performance is in English

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Film / Malmö
Hommage Bruno Ganz

 

Where: Hypnos Theatre, Norra Grängesbergsgatan 15 , 214 50 Malmö

 

When:
February 21 at 19:00,  DOWNFALL (2004, Hirschbiegel)
February 26 at 19:00, THE AMERICAN FRIEND (1977, Wenders)
February 28 at 19:00,  WINGS OF DESIRE (1987, Wenders)

 

Entrance is free (Donations are welcome)

 

Presented by Film i Malmö in collaboration with Goethe Institut Schweden

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Theatre / Copenhagen
Partytime - A Pinter Trilogy Part II

 

Six women gather for a party which will decide the fate of their nation. Pinter’s famous geopolitical drama brings to the stage a public reckoning based on intrigue and rebellion. Women are in charge and the men have gone into hiding. “Makes the old pulse go rat-at-tat-tat,” says one of them. “Best party I’ve been to in years."

 

Cast:


Audrey Cremoux, Anna Elijasz, Tuulia Lindholm, Seren Oroszvary, Tove Simonsen, Michelle Bak, Pelle Sand, Oscar Serin
Directed by: Michael Wighton


Scenographer: Jonathon Perry


Light and Sound Design: Paul Damade


Stage Manager: Angelique Giroir



 

A collaboration by Down the Rabbit Hole Theatre and Københavns Film og Teaterskole


 

Where: HIT-House of International Theatre performing at: LITERATURHAUS – Møllegade 7, 2200 København N
When: 13.-28.2.2019

Ticket-Link: https://www.teaterbilletter.dk/forestillinger/party-time/
www.houseofinternationaltheatre.dk

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Theatre / Copenhagen

The Lover – A Pinter Trilogy Part I   

“Is your lover coming today?”. The Pinter classic The Lover hits off with this question filling the air. As surprising as it may seem, this is asked within the close relationship of a man and a woman. When the wife goes to work, the husband gets visited by his lover – but not in secret. This is a story about marriage and how unfaithfulness is willingly brought into the relationship. But as you’d expect from a Pinter play, there’s more to it…



 

Cast: Jana Pulkrabek, Tom Hale


Directed by: Jeremy Thomas-Poulsen


Light Design: Paul Damade


Stage Manager: Angelique Giroir



 

A German-Danish Coproduction by: Manusarts GmbH, Down The Rabbit Hole Theatre

Where: HIT-House of International Theatre, Rådhusstræde 13, 1466 Copenhagen
When: 30.01.-03.02.2019

Ticket-Link: Tickets: https://www.teaterbilletter.dk/forestillinger/the-lover/
www.houseofinternationaltheatre.dk

The Performance is in English

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