Farewell Comrades! (Exhibition)

The interactive exhibition project will accompany the media event. The exhibition will consist of a room designed like a 3-dimensional physically accessible website. Center of the exhibition is a giant map covering the entire floor and inviting the visitors to an investigative journey through the historical period between 1975 and 1991.

News

  • 01/2012 - “Farewell Comrades!” at Dragon Forum Warsaw

    “Farewell Comrades!” is still conquering the international fairs and markets! On January 27th Georg Tschurtschenthaler will present the TV-series and [...]

    "Farewell Comrades!" is still conquering the international fairs and markets! On January 27th Georg Tschurtschenthaler will present the TV-series and the web format together with our Polish co-production partner Krzysztof Kopczynski from Eureka Media at the Dragon Forum Warsaw.

    Website Dragon Forum Warsaw


  • 01/2012 - “Farewell Comrades” French version available on DVD

    Dear Comrades, if you want to watch the French version of the series episode by episode comfortably at home on [...]

    Dear Comrades, if you want to watch the French version of the series episode by episode comfortably at home on your sofa, order the DVD-box at ARTE-Éditions, it will be available on February 8th.

    Arte Éditions


  • 01/2012 - “Farewell Comrades!” 1st episode exclusively on arte.tv and www.freitag.de

    Who does not want to wait for the great ARTE-Premiere on January 24th at 9.45 pm can already watch the [...]

    Who does not want to wait for the great ARTE-Premiere on January 24th at 9.45 pm can already watch the first episode of "Farewell Comrades!" on arte.tv and under www.freitag.de and discuss it in the live chat with director Andrei Nekrasov on January 24th starting at 9pm (www.arte.tv).

    Live-Chat at Arte
    Blog of 'Der Freitag'


Projekte


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    Farewell Comrades! (Media Event)


Farewell Comrades! (Exhibition)

The interactive exhibition project will accompany the media event. The exhibition will consist of a room designed like a 3-dimensional physically accessible website.

Center of the exhibition is a giant map covering the entire floor and inviting the visitors to an investigative journey through the historical period between 1975 and 1991.

Original postcards of this period will be fixed to the wall around the map and will form the entry points to a number of personal stories of the characters behind the postcards.

Interview clips and historical background information will be given via monitors in the exhibition room to fully comprehend the embedment of the personal character’s story introduced by the postcard in the historical period.

Analog background information of the characters, a historical timeline, and general information about the major historical events will round out the exhibition.

The two central exhibitions in Paris and Berlin will be supplemented by a traveling “exhibition in a box“ that will tour through other countries in Eastern and Western Europe.

Koproduktion

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Kooperation

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  • Farewell Comrades! – Rebellion (1989)

    arte
    09 February 2012 at 10:45 am

  • Farewell Comrades! – Collaps (1990-1991)

    arte
    09 February 2012 at 11:35 am