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Music meets painting, theatre finds the movie, acting the game, street wear theatrical costume, design the craft, and the fictional character encounters the witness of an époque – cinéma des étoiles merges play and reality.

Our aim is the realization of art projects that transcend disciplinary boundaries. In collaboration with a diverse medley of actors we want to bring these projects into quotidianity by way of the stage, the screen, and the street.
Above all we want to live and work, thinking freely, transcending boundaries, all the while remaining independent without losing our contours.

‚There may be more beautiful times, but this one is ours.‘  (Jean-Paul Sartre)
And it is us who turns it into what it is.

Feel free to contact us: info@cinema-des-etoiles.de

ABOUT

SVEN HARTLEP
*1981 in Leipzig. Work as a Set Decorator and Designer, 1AD and Assistant PM. Acting studies in Berlin. 2011 – 2015 directing studies at the Academy of Performing Arts Baden-Wuerttemberg and the Filmakademie Baden-Wuerttemberg. Working experience with Christina Friedrich, Bernd Freytag and Tobias Rausch. Since 2014 additional work in documentary features. International work experience in Czech Republic, France, Hungary, Poland and Sweden. 2017 receiving the Recherchestipendium Darstellende Kunst und Tanz 2017 der Berliner Senatsverwaltung für Kultur und Europa Abteilung KulturSven also works with artists like Nicola Minssen, Josef-Maria Pino Loibner, Anselm Stählin, Asta Nechajute, Hannah Ebenau, Nils Otte, and Tobias Rausch in the performance collective ANDROID PLAYGROUND which is focusing on digital theatre projects.

Documentary and multilingual theatre project.

‚Bis zum Abend müsst ihr euch versöhnen‘ is one part of the theatrical project ‚Die Zeit, die übrig bleibt – ein Abend mit Éva Fahidi‘ at the Academy of Performing Arts Baden-Wuerttemberg.

‚Bis zum Abend müsst ihr euch versöhnen‘ is compacting in 11 sequences, 11 languages and 11 faces of young individuals the quintessence of The Investigation (Oratorio in 11 Cantos) of Peter Weiss.
The dramatic regeneration of the Frankfurt Auschwitz Trials of 1963–1965 will be reduced in 11 monodrama which will indicate the point of view of the delinquents and the victims and will transmit them into the present.

These monodrama will be spoken in Arabian, Belorussian, English, Farsi, French, German, Hebrew, Hungarian, Italian, Lithuanian, Polish and are subtitled in German.

Directed by Sven Hartlep / Cinematography by Martin Riedmiller / Post-Production and Audio Engineer by Marten Ismer / Text Editing by Lena Fritschle & Sven Hartlep / Written by Peter Weiss (Suhrkamp Verlag)

Cast: Aliénor Bordes, Camilla Casarotto, Zuzana Hudačková, Ekaterina Kapranova, Ewa Koc, Asta Nechajute, Johanna Werheid, Fayssal Benziane, Martin Davies, Eyal Dinar, Niklas Herzberg, Tim Isherwood, Rune Jürgensen, Hadi Khanjanpour and Péter Schmidt

‚Die Zeit, die übrig bleibt. Ein Abend mit Éva Fahidi‘ (with Éva Fahidi, Sven Hartlep, Lena Fritschle, Hannah Ebenau and Rune Jürgensen) is connecting a documentary feature with theatrical moments at the Academy of Performing Arts Baden-Wuerttemberg in cooperation with the International Auschwitz Committee, the Film Academy Baden-Württemberg and the Dresden Academy of Fine Arts. ‚Die Zeit, die übrig bleibt. Ein Abend mit Éva Fahidi‘ is compacting the ‚The Investigation (Oratorio in 11 Cantos)‘ of Peter Weiss with the Shoah survivor Éva Fahidi and combining her life story.