Mensch Maschine Or Putting Parts Together

A real-life story becomes the starting point for a cinematic reflection that leads from the personal to the political. Rather than the synthesizer that she wants, the first-person narrator is given a food processor as a gift. Mensch Maschine Or Putting Parts Together is a feminist essayistic film as audio-visual remix: an experimental collage of sound and image, sketch-like and associative. Rather than providing answers, Camhy lays the tracks and in doing so, gently references the films of Harun Farocki; semi cultural-studies analysis, semi subjective stream of thought. (Shilla Strelka)


Adina Camhy






8 minutes


Thursday, September 10 19:00 - 20:13
73 min.
Sunday, September 13 12:00 - 13:13
73 min.

Also in this session

1. Mensch Maschine Or Putting Parts Together
Adina Camhy, 8 minutes
2. Invisible Hero
Cristèle Alves Meira, 28 minutes
3. Land der Gegenden
Andreas Gruetzner, 5 minutes
4. Former Cult Member Hears Music for the First Time
Kristoffer Borgli, 12 minutes
5. Zombies
Baloji, 15 minutes