Berlinale goes Kiez und U inn Berlin Hostel goes Berlinale

Berlinale in Berlin Friedrichshain

U inn Berlin Hostel Friedrichshain BerlinaleWie jedes Jahr im Winter wird Berlin wieder Kulturschauplatz von ungebrochener Anziehungskraft. Die Berlinale ist das größte Kulturereignis der Stadt und eines der wichtigsten Events der internationalen Filmindustrie. Fachbesucher und Journalisten aus 128 Ländern sind jedes Jahr zu Gast in Berlin. Fast 300.000 verkaufte Karten zeigen aber auch das der Berliner dieses Ereignis zu schätzen weiß. Berlin ist wohl bekannt für Kunst, Glamour und Party, Aber zur Berlinale bekommt Berlin nochmal ein wenig extra Glitzerstaub ins Gesicht gepustet.
Dieses Jahr stehen über 400 Filme in den Kategorien Independent und Arthouse, Generation, Perspektive Deutsches Kino und Berlinale Shots zur Wahl. Da wird es nicht einfach werden den Überblick zu halten. Auf der Seite der Berlinale kann man sich aber schon mal seine Favoriten zusammen suchen.

Berlinale Talent Campus

Jedes Jahr eine Besonderheit ist der Berlinale Talent Campus, der während des Filmfestivals stattfindet und durch viele Partner aus der Filmindustrie getragen wird. Rund 350 frische Filmtalente werden nach Berlin eingeladen um zusammen mit Persönlichkeiten aus dem Filmbusiness an Workshops und Diskussionen teil zu nehmen. Das Zentrum der 61.Berlinale wird wieder der Potsdamer Platz sein. Dieses Jahr kann man aber auch in den kleinen Underground Kinos von Berlin das große Kino erleben. “Berlinale goes Kiez” heißt das Experiment bei dem Berlinale Filme in kleinen Kiez Kinos in Kreuzberg, Weißensee, Neukölln und Charlottenburg gezeigt werden. Wir freuen uns auch dieses Jahr im U inn Berlin Hostel Berlinale Gäste zu begrüßen. Der Weg zu den Berlinale Kinos ist es nicht weit. Und zu zu dem Berlinale Partys noch viel kürzer.  Die Berlinale findet 2011 vom 10.02 bis 20.02 statt.

transmediale.11 RESPONSE:ABILITY and CTM.11 LIVE!?

Transmediale Response:Ability

This years transmediale.11 is going to take place at the “Haus der Kulturen der Welt” from 1st until the 6th of February 2011. The title RESPONSE:ABILITY presenting a programme withe more than 150 projects, all focused on the radical changes in our digital age. We all living in a time where Web 2.0, Social media connects everybody with everything at every time. This edition of transmediale.11 will also connect you directly to all our events and venues. RESPONSE:ABILITY this years slogan reflects the way we life together and how work and all political processes designed in a new way. A fine selection of lectures, performances, workshops, screenings, concerts and art installations awaits you at the “Haus der Kulturen der Welt”

U inn Berlin Hostel Transmediale Berlin tm11-response-ability

International renowned speakers including , Franco ‚BIFO‘ Berardi, Tim Etchells, Jordan Crandall and Carolyn Guertin will give a lecture at BODY:RESPONSE. Audio-visual live performances will present et al. People Like Us, Cécile Babiole & Vincent Goudard and Ei Wada at the performance programme LIVE:RESPONSE. The film- and video programme SyncExistence will screen in total 58 new works as well as rare and historical works by artists like Lynn Hershmann Leeson, Ho Tzu Nyen and Sergei Komarov. Furthermore the HacKaWay Zone will establish an experimental room for art, workshops and performances of artist like Paul Vanouse, UBERMORGEN.COM and Daito Manabe. In the Open Zone artists, scientists and activists like Heath Bunting, FakePress, and Elizabeth Stark will create interactive, open workspaces, workshops and stages which are symbolizing the open culture. This programmatical focus on open and collaborative structures is reflected in the comprehensive approach of the festival. Everything is connected with each other and fluent crossings are developing in which the participants get active in the different emphases of transmediale.11.

Club Transmediale

But a transmediale would ne be perfect without the ClubTransmediale CTM.11. Extended Club Nights at Berghain and Maria am Ostbahnhof on the weekend of February 4–6 present an update on affairs in the ever-expanding club music universe. There’s a special focus on the diverse and continually shifting styles derived from the exploded genres of dubstep, grime and UK funky. Catch up with the latest developments on the UK scene around mastermind Kode9 at the big Hyperdub night at Berghain on Friday 4.2, when Darkstar, King Midas Sound, Ikonika, Cooly G and others among the label’s advance guard will test the membranes of Berlin’s premium sound system. Another special highlight is the Modeselektion night scheduled for Saturday, 5.2 in Maria am Ostbahnhof, compiled by Berlin’s own home-grown heroes of the bass line, Modeselektor, who invited along some of their talented cronies: the video collective Pfadfinderei, Jackmaster, Ben UFO, Cosmin TRG and Siriusmo. Other highlights include a Perlon night at Panorama Bar, club concerts by Swedish techno-minimalists The Field, French duo Zombie Zombie, and the young Cologne trio, MIT, who fuse Kraftwerk-inspired conceptual electronica with the cold wave aesthetics of Joy Division – and will present their latest album at the festival.


OpeningU inn Berlin Hostel Firedrichshain Club tranmediale ctm
Tue 1.2.2011 at 6 pm
Duration and Opening hours
2. – 6.2.2011, daily 10 am – 22 pm


Haus der Kulturen der Welt
John-Foster-Dulles-Allee 10
10557 Berlin

tm Festival-Pass: 80 Euro / 45 Euro concessions
tm Day-Ticket: 25 Euro / 18 Euro concessions
tm/CTM Combined-Pass: 105 Euro / 80 Euro concessions
Conference: 7 Euro / 5 Euro concessions
Performance: 12 Euro / 8 Euro concessions
Film + Video: 7 Euro / 5 Euro concessions

Big Apple meets Dickes B: From New York to Berlin …. Just for the weekend!

Airport BER Berlin Brandenburg International

U inn Berlin Hostel Airport TXL SXF BERBerlins very new Airport BER: Berlin Brandenburg International is not finished yet. But some Airlines already offer new intercontinental flight connections. Berlin’s biggest player Air Berlin is offering now its new connections to New York, Verona and Oliba. And Royal Jordanian flys you down to the Middle East or even to South-East Asia.


If you come from Barcelona and you are sick of local clubs and you wanna visit the Panorama/Berghain, then not only EasyJet and RyanAir could be your sole choice.. no – as from now you can also fly in with SpanAir. Ok unfortunately this will not help you to bypass the door at the Berghain Club. But it will connect two of Europe’s major party citys.

Since Air Berlin is a low cost carrier, you get quite cheap deals for you Berlin flights. Why not fly in from Big Apple on a Friday for a weekend?!

  • Check-in at the hostel try-out our free dinner at the hostel kitchen
  • Prepare yourself for a pub crawl on “Simon-Dach-Strasse” (Left side up and Right side down)
  • On Saturday wake up early take a Aspirin( remember: pub crawl last night)
  • Have a breakfast and start the day at the “East Side Gallery”
  • Visit “Alexanderplatz” and walk up “Unter den Linden”
  • Make a snapshot at the “Brandenburger Tor”
  • Get a visa stamp in your passport witch says that you have checked in at “communist wonderland” (not very sure if the TSA likes that 🙂
  • Jump on the M100 Bus and make a free BusTour
  • Heading back to the hostel for a short nap and ask our friendly receptionist “What’s up tonight”
  • Wake up in the morning and ask yourself *oh my god what have i done*

48h Later

Yes you are in Berlin, 3,978 miles from home, don’t know what you done in the last 48h. But luckily you found a flight ticket under your pillow. It says that you have 2 hours to get back to the airport and finally back to your so loved Big Apple.