APOCATASTASIS a film by Shinpei Takeda
We are pleased to invite you to the screening of the just-completed film APOCATASTASIS by Shinpei Takeda at the Bergerkirche on November 11, 2021. The screening takes place as part of the “Resonances of DiStances” project and is followed by a conversation with the artist.
Admission: 18:30 onward (free entry)
Film screening: 19:00 (83 minutes)
Bergerkirche, Entrance: Bergerstrasse
Wallstraße 17, 40213 Düsseldorf, Germany
We kindly ask you to register in advance so that we can arrange pandemic compliant seating
“3G proof” (proof of complete vaccination, recovery, or a negative rapid corona test from a certified testing center that is no older than 48 hours) is required to attend the event.
We thank the team of the Bergerkirche for opening their doors to us.
Aida is a lonely foreigner in Germany working as a dental assistant, living a paranoia that leads her to believe that radiation is causing hallucinations in her mind. Joaquin is a musician in a Mexican border town struggling to overcome the death of his brother related to narco violence. As both protagonists begin their existential search, they are guided by mythical tales told by real people. Their quests merge in a deserted island off the coast of Nagasaki, Japan, where completely stranded, they surrender themselves to memories of the island. Compassing between reality, nonfiction and the supernatural, they shall search for their own definition of liberation.
Japanese artist and filmmaker Shinpei Takeda has lived and worked in Düsseldorf and Tijuana for 8 years. His work revolves around themes of memory and history. More information: www.shinpeitakeda.com