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A living room film festival! (this Saturday)
It was great to host a few concerts and lectures this year in our living room. But at November 10th, we'll go one step beyond: our Friedrichshain living room is one of the two Berlin locations (the other is in Treptow) to host the 5th CouchFest! A film festival in living rooms, at the same day, in over 40 cities in the world. Worldwide, but from the comfort of home. Great? Yes, great!
So at two times this day (19.30 and 22.30h) we will host this 90 minute program of international shorts: http://www.couchfestfilms.com/films-2012-berlin2.html
With free entrance. And of course, a lot of fun!
Stay tuned. And reserve your seat already. Just send me a message, and the screening you'd like to attend, and I'll try to keep a place for you.
See you on Saturday!
PS The website: http://www.couchfestfilms.com/
PPS The concept:
Couch Fest Films
Couch Fest Films is a cozy shorts film fest hosted in people's houses all over the world all on one day. During Couch Fest Films, lovers of film can sit shoulder to shoulder watching short films while stuffing their faces with the snacks they thought they had to sneak in.
Couch Fest Films is a film festival that replaces traditional theater venues with cozy residential venues and alternative locations. So, on Saturday, November 10th, 2012, each host house and alternative location participating in Couch Fest Films around the world will present a unique program of short films that play on the hour. Festivalgoers are welcome to visit as many of the homes as they like.
A short intermission in the middle of each program will allow viewers to discuss the films and socialize. Participants will have the opportunity to interact, share and discover new films and fellow lovers of film.
Of course you want to attend Couch Fest Films! Maybe you love film. Maybe you like the idea of sitting on your rump. Well, that's kind of what we like too. So was born the idea of Couch Fest Films.... And the rest, we hope, is history.