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52 Radiominuten: Ich und das Wasser

52 Radiominuten: Ich und das Wasser

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"Mane" means "I" in the Wolof language and is also the title of the documentary film by director Sandra Krampelhuber. She filmed the story of two women from Senegal. The protagonists are Toussa, a rapper from Dakar, and Emodj, a wrestler from southern Senegal.

We attended the premiere at Moviemento for you. At the end of the screening of Mane, we had the opportunity to learn more about the background and making of the film from the director and to discuss it. The film and the subsequent audience discussion were moderated by Tmnit Ghide.



Water Makes Us Wet accompanies Annie Sprinkle and Beth Stephens on their water research journey. With their idea of an ecosexual movement, they combine the environmental movement with the fight for social justice. The road trip film was released in 2019.

With some delay, a screening of the film took place on September 20, 2021 in front of the Salonschiff Florentine. Beforehand, there was input from cultural scientist Julia Grillmayr and aquatic ecologist and artist Christina Gruber. They discussed rivers, mud, wetlands and other projects along water routes.

Music: Blond
Image: Mane film still