Techno documentaries fascinate ravers with background information about scenes, insights within interviews and details about the development of subcultures. Here you’ll find out about the best new publications: “Berlin Bouncer”, “If I Think Of Germany At Night” and “Sound Of Berlin”.
Since the release of the article “Top 10 Techno Documentaries” last year, new movies got out. In this article and podcast episode you’ll find out more about them.
The film “Berlin Bouncer” tells the story of the three most legendary bouncer of the Berlin club scene: Frank Künster (e.g. King Size Bar), Smiley Baldwin (e.g. Cookies) und Sven Marquardt (Berghain). The movie also portrays Berlin’s cultural history from the time of the fall of the Berlin Wall to the present day with its pulsating clubs and night life. “Berlin Bouncer” celebrates its world premiere at the 69th Berlin International Film Festival in February and will be released in April.
If I Think Of Germany At Night
The film with the original German title „Denk ich an Deutschland in der Nacht“ by Romuald Karmakar looks at five pioneers of the German electronic music scene: Ricardo Villalobos, Sonja Moonear, Ata, Roman Flügel & Move D. Within the interviews, the artists share their thoughts and experiences about the electronic music world and underline that the scene is a very special community.
Sound Of Berlin
“A journey through the capital of electronic music” not only tells you a lot about the Berlin Techno scene, but also includes interviews with Juan Atkins, Dr. Motte, Dimitri Hegemann, Marc Houle, Monolink, Pan-Pot, Mathias Kaden, Nela, Alexander Krüger, Ekaterina and FreedomB.
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