Category: Projects

Worldwide Reading in Memory of Anna Politkovskaya on 20th March 2007

An appeal for a worldwide reading of Anna Politkovskaya’s reports on Chechnya. The journalist and critic of Putin was assassinated on October 7, 2006. APPEAL For a second time the Peter Weiss Foundation for Art and Politics, based in Berlin, makes an appeal for a worldwide reading on March 20.

Keys to the future (2012-2013)

A STORY FOR EUROPE – WHAT KIND OF CHILDREN’S AND YOUNG ADULT LITERATURE DOES EUROPE NEED? In 2012, the Children´s and Youth Programme of the berlin international literature festival presented readings, workshops and panels about the question: A Story for Europe – What kind of Children´s and Young Adult Literature

Comic Connection (2016)

With the project »Comic Connection«, young inhabitants of the AWO Refugium Lichtenberg are learning about the world of comics in weekly workshops since February 2016. Starting August 2016, summer comic workshops organised by people from Berlin and international artists will be taking place. The workshops are geared towards young refugees

The Extraordinary Book

Das außergewöhnliche Buch (The Extraordinary Book) is an award initiated in 2012 by the International Children’s and Young Adult Literature section of the international literature festival berlin, which honors remarkable books for children, teenagers or young adults. The jury of the award is composed of the guests of the section

27.01.2020 Worldwide Screening: »Shoah« by Claude Lanzmann

The international literature festival berlin [ilb] invites individuals, schools, universities, the media, and cultural institutions to participate in a worldwide film screening of »Shoah« by Claude Lanzmann on January 27, 2020. The ilb thus adds to the series of worldwide readings it has organized since 2006 on various topics, but

10.12.2020 Worldwide Screening: I Am Not Your Negro by Raoul Peck

The international literature festival berlin (ilb) calls on cinemas, schools, universities, television stations, the media, cultural institutions and individuals for a worldwide screening of I Am Not Your Negro by Raoul Peck on 10 December 2020, the anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights proclaimed by the United Nations

10.12.2021 & 03.05.2022 Worldwide Screening: “The Dissident” von Bryan Fogel

The international literature festival berlin (ilb) invites individuals, cinemas, schools, universities, media and cultural institutions to participate in a worldwide film screening of »The Dissident« by Bryan Fogel. The screenings will take place on 10 December 2021, the anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights proclaimed by the United

09.05.2022 Worldwide Screening: »MAIDAN« and »Donbass« by Sergei Loznitsa

The international literature festival berlin [ilb] invites individuals, schools, universities, the media, and cultural institutions to participate in a Worldwide Screening of »Maidan« by Sergei Loznitsa on May 9, 2022 – Europe Day. Screenings can be held privately in a cinema, in a cultural center, a theatre, or at your school. Call

USA

Traditionally and historically, the United States of America is seen as the ultimate country of immigration. During the past decades, there have been several waves of immigration. There are not only numerous countries from which these immigrants come, seeking better opportunities and a better quality of life, but also numerous