Seven artists and cultural workers talk about work and life in an utopian state of society. How is work organized? What is work? Is there work? And how could we work together?
Experimental Documentary, HD, 55min. Premiere 15.10.2017 One World Berlin Human Rights Festival!
In the 21st century work is continually individualized to fit the neoliberal market. Artists were part of the „avantgarde“ of this development.
Starting out from a contemporary Berlin Co-working Space the director sets out to explore utopian forms of work. She thus travels to distant utopian societies to talk to people who mainly work artistically and culturally. We both hear them talk about their individual utopian work conditions and see them in a first meeting to develop a common work Utopia.
Living and working in Utopia – what could that be like for an individual and for a fictional society?
A fictional documentary on utopias that seem impossible, but have the potential to unfold if only we believed in their possibility.
With: Paula Bulling, Hanna Bergfors and Kornelia Kugler, Konstanze Schmitt and Bini Adamczak, Markues, Noam Gorbat, Kathrin Lemcke
Also with: FILZ – Filmische Initiative Leipzig
Director: Kathrin Lemcke
Assisting Director: Jana Keuchel
Project Consultants: Bettina Ellerkamp, Merle Kröger, Sarah Charalambides
Cinematography: Jonas Römmig, Jana Keuchel, Kathrin Lemcke, Juliane Jaschnow
Art Director: Daniela Grömke
Sound and Sound-Design: Claus Störmer
Lighting: Karl Konrad Pompe, Stephan Helmut Beier, Jonas Römmig, Maurice Wilkerling
Catering: Mayan Printz
Editing: Kathrin Lemcke
Graphic Design: Franziska Stübgen
Sound Mix: Florian Marqart
Color Correction: André Winkler, digim
Produced in the Framework of the Professional Media Master Class (PMMC) Lab, werkleitz – Zentrum für Medienkunst
The PMMC Lab was funded by Mitteldeutsche Medienförderung, the Federal State of Saxony-Anhalt and the European Social Fund.
A FILZ Production