BILDNIS EINER TRINKERIN / 06.12.

ZOO PALAST

on Tuesday, 06.12.2022 at 8 pm

at Zoo Palast Berlin

and discussion between Ulrike Ottinger and Dr. Peter Zander

Link to the online-article BERLINER MORGENPOST 25.11.2022

 

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SYMPOSIUM METAMORPHOSES

ULRIKE OTTINGER´S ARTS

Thursday, 8.12. - Friday, 9.12.2022

Concept: Kristina Jaspers, Berlin, and Rüdiger Zill, Potsdam

Location: Museum for Film and Television, Potsdamer Straße 2, Berlin-Tiergarten

A collaborative event of the Deutsche Kinemathek - Museum für Film und Fernsehen and the Einstein Forum

Link to the program

-> Press release pdf

Link to the exhibition at the Einstein Forum Potsdam

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STADT LAND BILD

FOTOGRAPHS BY ULRIKE OTTINGER

Exhibition duration: 05.12.2022 - 09.02.2023

Monday, 5.12.2022, 19:00h - Exhibition opening with Ulrike Ottinger and Kristina Jaspers, Berlin

Location: Einstein Forum, Am Neuen Markt 7, 14467 Potsdam

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ULRIKE OTTINGER / PARIS

ULRIKE OTTINGER EMPREINTE

EXHIBITION 20.10.-17.12.22

@ Cahn Contemporary / Opening: 20.10., 6pm – 9pm / in the presence of Ulrike Ottinger

FILMRETROSPEKTIVE 25.10.-08.12.22

@ cinemas l'Archipel and @ Reflet Médicis
+ talk with Ulrike Ottinger on 25.10.22 at 8 pm @ l'Archipel

FURTHER EVENTS:

@ Paris+ par Art Basel / 21.10.22, 2 pm - 3 pm / "Dandyism in the 21st Century?" /Bal de la Marine, Port de Suffren, 75007 Paris / with Emily Sundblad, Jeremy O. Harris, Ulrike Ottinger / Moderated by Luca Lo Pinto / artbasel.com/parisplus

@ Deutsches Forum für Kunstgeschichte Paris / 21.10.22, 6 pm / with Ulrike Ottinger and Peter Geimer / Hotel Lully, 45, rue des Petits-champs, 75001 Paris /

@ Centre Pompidou as part of Move ! festival / 23.10.22, 5 pm / PERFORMANCE & FILM /  Teresa Vittucci, RIDE (performance) Followed by a talk with Ulrike Ottinger and Teresa Vittucci + The Enchantment of the Blue Sailors (screening)

@ Goethe Institute / 24.10.22, 8 pm / 17 avenue dʼIéna, 75116 Paris / Screening Paris Calligrammes + talk with Ulrike Ottinger

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CINEMATEKET COPENHAGEN

ULRIKE OTTINGER FILM RETROSPECTIVE

01. - 29.11.2022

Ulrike Ottinger will be in Copenhagen and at Cinemateket from 3 to 6 November, where she will present two of her films ("Paris Calligrammes" and "Freak Orlando") and take part in talks with Henriette Bretton Meyer (curator of Kunsthal Charlottenborg) and Mads Mikkelsen (programme director of CPH DOX) respectively.

Det Danske Filminstitut
Gothersgade 55
1123 København K
dfi@dfi.dk
Gothersgade 55
DK‐1123 København K
www.cinemateket.dk

-> Screening programme

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EnergaCAMERIMAGE Festival Award for Ulrike Ottinger

During the anniversary 30th edition of the EnergaCAMERIMAGE Festival, Ulrike

Ottinger will receive the EnergaCAMERIMAGE Festival Award for Avant-garde Achievements in Film.

On Nov, 12th the award ceremony will take place during the opening gala. She will meet the audience the next day. Four of her films will be screened during the festival: Ticket of No Return (1979), Prater (2007), Under the Snow (2011) and Paris Calligrammes (2020).

 

-> Link Festival

-> Link Variety Artikel

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ULRIKE OTTINGERS FILME IM SPIEGEL DER TRANSATLANTISCHEN KRITIK

Edited by Katharina Sykora

Series: Constance University Press

736 p., 200 col. ill., hardcover, dust jacket, with color edges & ribbon, 15,5 x 23 cm
ISBN 978-3-8353-9144-4 (June 2022)

Link to book

Bücherbogen am Savignyplatz presents Ulrike Ottinger

Publications and films by and about Ulrike Ottinger also available here

Bücherbogen am Savignyplatz

Stadtbahnbogen 593
10623 Berlin

Germany

Telefon +49 30 31 86 95 11
Telefax +49 30 3 13 72 37

info@buecherbogen.com
www.buecherbogen.com

Opening hours

Monday to Saturday
11:00 am - 7:00 pm

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BERLINALE 2020

Ulrike Ottinger is awarded the Berlinale Camera at the 70th Berlin International Film Festival

Since 1986, the Berlinale has awarded the Berlinale Camera to honour personalities and institutions who have made a special contribution to filmmaking and with whom the festival feels closely connected. In this manner, the Berlinale expresses its appreciation towards those who have become friends and supporters of the festival.

The Berlinale Camera will be awarded to Ulrike Ottinger on Saturday, February 22, at 4.15 pm in the Haus der Berliner Festspiele. The world premiere of Ottinger’s documentary Paris Calligrammes will be presented afterwards in the Berlinale Special.

Internationale Filmfestspiele Berlin

PINK APPLE FESTIVAL AWARD

ULRIKE OTTINGER'S CINEMA OF ATTRACTIONS

Ulrike Ottinger receives the Pink Apple Festival Award 2020. Due to the pandemic, the 2020 festival had to be canceled. Ulrike Ottinger will be in Zurich on May 15th to comment on her films and receive the award. Her latest film is also premiering: the autobiographical film essay Paris Calligrammes.

Programm

PARIS CALLIGRAMMES

PREMIERE: FEBRUARY 22 COMING TO THEATERS ON MARCH 5

Ulrike Ottinger completed her new film Paris Calligrammes in December 2019, the filming took place in April 2018.
The film takes the artist back to the 1960s when she lived and worked in Paris as a freelance artist.
In Paris Calligrammes, Ulrike Ottinger weaves her personal memories of Parisian bohemianism and the serious social, political and cultural upheavals of the time into a cinematic “figure poem”

The cinema premiere will take place at the 70th Berlinale on February 22, 2020.

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PARIS CALLIGRAMMES WINS

Deutscher Dokumentarfilmpreis 2020

PARIS CALLIGRAMMES was awarded the German Documentary Film Prize/the Norbert Daldrop Funding for Art and Culture at the SWR documentary festival.

The German Documentary Film Award is one of the most important awards in German-language film. The SWR has been awarding this major main prize since 2003 in cooperation with the Baden-Württemberg media and film company. In addition, the Norbert Daldrop Funding for Art and Culture awards a prize for a film about artists on the creation of art as part of the SWR Docu Festival.

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Deutscher Dokumentarfilmpreis © SWR/Monika Maier
Deutscher Dokumentarfilmpreis © SWR/Monika Maier