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Mathematics and Computer Science — Event

Apocalyptic Cinema 2022

Open-Air Cinema by CAPAS in July 2022, Atrium Mathematikon

The Käte Hamburger Centre for Apocalyptic and Post-Apocalyptic Studies (CAPAS), together with the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science, invites you to an open-air cinema with films on the apocalypse and post-apocalypse. Admission is free - enjoy a film evening and if you like an informal discussion about the film with the other guests and scientists after the screening.

Each film evening begins with a short, scientific commentary followed by an audience discussion on the respective film. A special highlight is the opening of this year's cinema series by a discussion with Niles Atallah, director of the film REY.

The Open-Air Cinema 2022 is the continuation of a series that started at the Mathematikon in summer 2021 and continued at the Karlstorkino in winter 2021/22.


Films always start on Fridays at 9.15 pm (admission 8.45 pm)

  • June 24: Rey – Niles Atallah, 2017 (OV, Spanish & Mapudungun with English subtitle)
  • July 1st:: Soylent Green – Richard Fleischer, 1973, PG: 16 (OV, English with German subtitles)
  • July 8: I Am Mother – Grant Sputore, 2019, PG: 12 (OV, English with German subtitles)
  • July 29: Die Wolke – Gregor Schnitzler, 2006, PG: 12 (OV, German with English subtitles)

Venue: Atrium of the Mathematikon, Neuenheimer Feld 205, 69120 Heidelberg

Free admission. Limited seat capacity. No on-site hospitality. Bringing your own drinks and food is allowed.

Dated: 2022-07-29, sig.: CAPAS
Last updated on Jun 27, 2022 at 3:21 PM