My Utopia #14: Dieter Kosslick
We talk to Dieter Kosslick about his idea of a better world.
Dieter Kosslick has been responsible for the creative direction and management of the Berlinale (the Berlin International Film Festival) since 2001. The director of the world’s largest public festival has been delighting countless film-lovers with his multifaceted festival programmes for years. Kosslick has received several awards, including the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany (Bundesverdienstkreuz), for his contribution to film and culture.
For more information, visit: berlinale.de
Lemonaid is a project based in Hamburg’s central St. Pauli district. We produce the fair drinks Lemonaid and ChariTea. We support sustainable and equitable agriculture by using raw ingredients sourced from small farmers all over the world. In addition, each bottle we sell finances social Projects in our farmer´s local communities. This is our contribution towards creating a better world.
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FilmFabrique is a network of film-makers based in Hamburg’s Gängeviertel, a quarter run by a collective and dedicated to social and cultural initiatives. Emerging from a protest against the planned demolition of the area, the Gängeviertel is now a defining part of Hamburg’s cultural landscape – and a thriving alternative form of urban development.
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