Albert-Einstein-Schule with Merle Kröger and Izadora Nistor (pong Film)What do boys and girls from Syria, Afghanistan, Macedonia or Serbia need to arrive? Eight film snapshots from Berlin.
Alfred-Nobel-Schule with Isabell SpenglerForming fictional bands, the students designed album covers including band photos and multilingual song titles that visualize their view of Berlin.
Carl-von-Ossietzky-Schule with Aline Bonvin and Almut Wetzstein, filmArche BerlinUsing photography and film, the students address migration experiences and their desire for a perfectly normal life.
Friedensburg-Schule with Jalal Maghout & Diana AbdulkarimThe students used animated films to explore their definitions of home.
Hans-Litten-Schule with SuperFutureIn an extensive picture mosaic, the students studied borders drawn in and around their school.
Kurt-Schwitters-Schule with Branka PavlovicWith a camera, mirrors and dance exercises, the students researched themes of identity and representation.
Max-von-Laue-Schule with Susanne Dzeik and Markus Bauer, filmArche BerlinThe students developed film perspectives on coming and staying in Berlin.
Mildred-Harnack-Schule with KIEZLAB (Dasha Zorkina and Josephine Freiberg)The students reflected on migration-specific issues in the production of an episodic animated film.
Peter-Ustinov-Schule with Cana Bilir-Meier and Ana HoffnerThe students scrutinize “Oriental” stereotypes and images in a reenactment of Agatha Christie’s Death on the Nile
Robert-Jungk-Schule with kollektiv orangotangoThe students designed a city map meant to make arriving in Berlin easier.
Schiller-Gymnasium with Constanze FischbeckThe students designed a tableau of various perspectives on one moment, each lasting one minute.
Sophie-Scholl-Schule/ Katja Berls and Aline Reinsbach, filmArcheIn documentary short films, the students dealt with their everyday experiences of migration, displacement and racism.