Queen of Glory

  • German Premiere
  • Drama
  • United States

Oliver Stone receives B3 BEN Award

B3 Ben Award

Tickets available now

B3 in depth

Lecture and presentation: The Making of The Maltese Falcon with Adrian Wootton

Adrian Wootton OBE is Chief Executive of Film London and the British Film Commission. Adrian is a Programme Advisor to the BFI London Film Festival, Venice Film Festival and Noir in Fest, Milan. He is Founding Director of Shots in the Dark Festival, Nottingham. In 2012, Adrian received an Honorary Doctorate in the Arts. In 2014, he received an Honorary Doctorate of Letters from the University of East Anglia and in 2017 was awarded an OBE for Services to Film. Most recently, Adrian has led the British Film Commission’s work to develop the COVID-19 Production guidance for Film and High-end TV drama, as part of the BFI’s wider COVID-19 Screen Sector Recovery Task Force. Adrian is also a member of the British Academy of Film & Television Arts (BAFTA), the European Film Academy (EFA), the British Screen Forum, and a member of the DIT Creative Industries Trade and Investment Board.

Online and live in the Astor Film Lounge/ Frankfurt
Tickets are available from October 12th, 2021.

Master Class with actress and Black Lives Matter activist Funmilola Fagbamila (USA)

Funmilola Fagbamila, artist, actress and Black Lives Matter activist from the beginning and one of their strongest voices, speaks about her own specific identities and what it has meant to create subversive art as a Nigerian-American woman. There is a lot of cultural dialogue around the existence of “cancel culture“. Funmilola explores why this phenomenon seemingly exists in an information era that presents news as headlines and tweetable statements – as opposed to nuanced breakdowns of nuanced subjects.

Online and live in the Astor Film Lounge/ Frankfurt
Tickets are available from October 12th, 2021.

GERMAN PREMIERE "Masking Threshold"

Conducting a series of experiments in his makeshift home-lab, a skeptic IT worker tries to cure his harrowing hearing impairment. But where will his research lead him? Masking Threshold combines a chamber play, a scientific procedural, an unpacking video, and a DIY YouTube channel while suggesting endless vistas of existential pain and decay. Glimpse the world of the nameless protagonist in this eldritch tale, which is by no means for the faint of heart.

Online and live in the Astor Film Lounge/ Frankfurt
Tickets are available from October 12th, 2021.

Welcome to B3 2021

The Biennial of the Moving Image

In October 2021, we will once again offer film, art and media creators a platform for innovation, exchange and visibility. Analog or digital, it doesn't matter. Under guarantee on new ways, in new formats. Read more

A Glitch in the Matrix

  • Documentary Film
  • United States

Laughing Matters

  • German Premiere
  • Feature Film
  • Finland

Doris Dörrie

  • Director
  • Germany