Was anderes machen (The Home and the Movie)
silent green presents: A festival celebrating 60 years of Kleines Fernsehspiel. With a film series at the Arsenal cinema (June-December) and a festival in November (16-26) with a symposium, exhibition, performance, cinema on demand and research stations.
Kiss the Moment
With this first solo exhibition, silent green presents in an installative form the most important Super 8 films and pinhole camera photographs of the exceptional artist Dagie Brundert, who has always pursued a radically analogue, ecological and local aesthetic in her work.
Female To Empower 2023
Female composers, DJs and producers are and have always been part of the musical present, but in the male-dominated narratives of music history they are still hardly mentioned today. The concert and film series therefore wants to tell the little-heard small and big stories of music from a female perspective.
Future Soundscapes Festival 2023
The fourth edition of the successful festival series invites you once again to a journey into the audiovisual future and presents artists at the intersection of music, media art and sound art over one weekend. With concerts, A/V performances, workshops and an A/V installation.
Future Soundscapes Festival 2022
Future Soundscapes invites you on an audiovisual trip through time: Over four days, artists from the fields of music, media art and sound art will explore the history and present of futuristic sound between pop culture, music and technology.
The Third Life of Agnès Varda
silent green presented the most comprehensive solo exhibition in Germany to date on the last creative period of the French filmmaker, photographer and visual artist Agnès Varda, who died in 2019 and is considered one of the most influential creative personalities of our time.
The Garden. Cinematics of the soil
The exhibition was dedicated to the life and work of the British filmmaker, artist and activist Derek Jarman. His film The Garden and his legendary garden Prospect Cottage became the starting point for an artistic exploration of essential questions of our society.
The project M_Dokumente focuses on the explicitly female perspective of the all-female bands Mania D., Malaria! and Matador on the West Berlin music and art scene of the late 1970s and 1980s.
Female To Empower 2020
Female composers, DJs and producers have always been part of the musical present, yet they are still rarely mentioned in the male-dominated narratives of music history. The concert and film series therefore wants to tell little-heard small and big stories about music from a female* perspective.
Felix in Wonderland
Berlin premiere of the film portrait "Felix in Wonderland" by Marie Losier about the electronic and experimental artist Felix Kubin. Followed by a talk and live soundtrack of the film "Dragonflies with Birds and Snake" (Wolfgang Lehmann).
Future Soundscapes Festival 2019
What does the future sound like? Future Soundscapes invites you on an audiovisual trip through time: Over the four days of the festival, artists from the realms of music, media art and sound art explore the past and present of science fiction sound in pop culture, music and cinema.
Female To Empower 2019
Female to Empower combines music documentaries with live concerts in order not only to provide a historical-documentary retrospective, but also to take a contemporary look at the musical work of women* in popular music.
A series of events, workshops and exhibitions dealt with the materiality of the memory medium film and earth as archive. How does cinema relate to its carrier material to the materiality of what is depicted? What is the physical relationship of body and landscape to the image and thus to the viewers and their surroundings?
Future Soundscapes Festival 2018
What does the future sound like? Future Soundscapes investigates the past and present of science-fiction sounds at the intersection of popular culture, music and film. With sound lectures and talks, concerts, installations, screenings and performances.
Edit Film Culture!
Over twenty years since the legendary film magazine Film Culture, founded by Adolfas and Jonas Mekas in 1954, ceased publication, this project returned to the magazine's history and explored what it means to edit film culture today through a festival of exhibition, film series, talks and performances.
Within the framework of the silent green Film Feld Forschung residencies funded by Goethe Institute, both scholarship holders Shelly Silver and Maha Maamoun presented their work in a collective screening.