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BLICKWECHSEL JETZT – THE DFF’S INTERCULTURAL FILM CLUB

With the inter­cul­tu­ral film club “Blickwechsel Jetzt”, the DFF, in coope­ra­ti­on with the Aktive Schule Frankfurt, has deve­lo­ped a pro­gram for encoun­ters bet­ween refu­gees and Frankfurt youths aged 14 to 20 sin­ce spring 2015. One evening a mon­th, the focus is on an exchan­ge of ide­as bet­ween the young peop­le while watching and expe­ri­en­cing clas­sic …

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CLASSICS.CLASS

THE FAITHFUL, ABSOLUTE ESCALATION. That’s what makes a good dis­as­ter movie for Anton (18). He and his class­ma­tes from the Albert Einstein School in Schwalbach have let the world come to an end several times at LUCAS: The »Classics.Class« pres­ents three mile­stones of the dis­as­ter gen­re in the cine­ma. The ship of dreams sinks, lava …

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THE MINIS AT LUCAS

WHAT IS IMPORTANT FOR VERY YOUNG KIDS IN THE CINEMA? It’s about dis­co­vering the diver­se world of moving images in a crea­ti­ve and play­ful way. In »Minis« child­ren from the age of three can explo­re their love for film with all their sen­ses. Two short film pro­grams from the European model pro­ject “Cinemini on Tour” …

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YOUNG EUROPEAN CINEPHILES

DEEP DIVE The »YECs« bring lived European film cul­tu­re to Frankfurt: six young peop­le from Greece, Germany and Belgium pre­sent their own selec­tion of films to the LUCAS audi­ence and can’t wait for in depth dis­cus­sions in the cine­ma. The topic of the Cinephiles this year: “Obsession”! Film fans know exact­ly what it’s about: having …

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