• Film Screenings

Songs at the End of the World: Wunderbaum

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Photo: Fred Debrock

January 17
Djavad Mowafaghian Cinema, SFU’s Goldcorp Centre for the Arts
149 West Hastings Street

5:30PM (90 min)


To complement the live performances, the PuSh Film Series are offered to the die-hard PuSh fan wishing for the Full festival experience:

Wunderbaum, a Dutch-Flemish group of actors and musicians, performs a high-energy concert spectacle about dreams, choices and possibilities set in Antarctica. “Antarctica is the last place where you may drop down, when you shake the earth and can’t stay put anywhere else.” Inspired by this quote from the documentary Encounters At the End of the World by German filmmaker Werner Herzog, the performers have rewritten stories from their lives based on childhood photographs about love and wandering. Operating primarily out of Rotterdam, Wunderbaum focuses on the examination of sub-culture in today’s society and have explored themes such as reliance on social security, would-be religious fanatics, romantics with a great urge for self-sacrifice and boozed-up British football supporters.


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Presented with Theatre Replacement as part of their ongoing Screentime series, in association with ontheboards.tv.