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Special events and interviews

The Cat Has Nine Lives

+ intro by Dr Annie Ring

Neun Leben hat die Katze

The first post-war German feminist film, shot in Techniscope, is as relevant now as it was in 1968.

This film will be introduced by Dr Annie Ring. There will no longer be a panel discussion afterwards.

Image from The Cat Has Nine Lives + panel discussion

West Germany 1968
Dir Ula Stöckl
With Liane Hielscher, Kristine de Loup, Jürgen Arndt
86min
Digital
English subtitles

A dazzling conversation between five different women, from anti-Vietnam protests to pigtailed picnics. Shot in Techniscope, and lovingly restored by Deutsche Kinemathek, the first post-war German feminist film is as relevant now as it was in 1968, and conjures lush worlds similar to Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s, with whom filmmaker Ula Stöckl worked.

+ My Name is Oona
USA 1969. Dir Gunvor Nelson. 10min
A dazzling cinematic voyage into the dreams and fears of a young girl.

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