Mackenburer Gleis 1 serves as a hub between Canada and Africa.

From Greenland to Bolivia to Canada and most recently to Africa: Andrea Dublaski and Mathias Jobmann have taken this route over the years. At least these are the focal points of his live multivision shows.

All four can be seen in various locations across Germany over the next few weeks and months – with Meckenberen as a special feature. Brochenzel’s pair would be represented on October 29 with “Dreamland Canada”, followed by “Jumbo Africa” ​​on March 11, 2023 – both times at Kulturschuppen.

Schwäbische.de breaks down the four according to six criteria:

Greenland:

    Glaciers, ice lakes and icebergs characterize the landscape of Greenland, the largest island in the world – and thus a good portion of Mu.
Glaciers, ice lakes and icebergs characterize the landscape of Greenland, the largest island in the world – and thus a large part of Andrea Dublaski’s multivision show. (Photo: Advertisement)

title: The Ice Fairytale Islands – Lofoten and Greenland.

Premiere: September 20, 2018 at the Eriskirch Nature Conservation Center.

Short DescriptionOn one hand the incredibly colorful ice giants and the wonderful northern lights, but also the people who live in the rough nature of Greenland. On the other hand, the archipelago in northwestern Norway, which also shows how small people are in front of this landscape and nature.

length: 120 minutes with intermission and narrative passage.

next planning: Friday, October 21, at 7.30 pm, Irish Hall, eriskirch, Sunday, November 13 at 8 pm, Kino Union, Berlin-Friedrichshagen.

leaves: Free admission to Eriskirch, a donation is requested.

Bolivia:

titleBolivia – the land of extremes.

Premiere: September 17, 2019 in Tramplast, Biberach.

Short Description: Off the Tourist Track, it’s a colorful, vibrant, mysterious country, with a variety of landscapes – from rainforests and high mountain peaks to towering volcanoes and the largest salt lake on Earth with an incredibly blue sky.

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length: 120 minutes with intermission and narrative passage.

next meeting: Thursday, November 10, 8:15 p.m., Movie Theater Union, Fürstenwald. Friday, November 11, at 8 p.m., Storko Castle (Oder-Spree district).

leaves: from 14 euros.

Canada:

title:Go West – Dream trip through Canada.

Premiere: November 5, 2021, Kunstlerhaus Kempten.

Short DescriptionTraveling in British Columbia: Through the secluded fjords, channels and inlets of the Rocky Mountains and the magical Great Bear Rainforest on the Pacific Coast of northwest Canada by boat – for the most remote and spectacular places to visit and experience bears at a time Woke up from hibernation.

length: 120 minutes with intermission and narrative passage.

Next meetings: Saturday, October 29, 8 pm (7 pm entry), Kultur Am Glis 1, meckenberen,

leaves: Online at Eventim: https://bit.ly/3T0sXeE Or in the tourist information at the Meckenberen train station. Presale: 14 / Box Office: 16 Euros.

Africa:

title: Jumbo Africa. Tanzania, Morocco and Zambia.

Premiere: November 22, 2022, Cultural Center K9 Konstanz.

Short DescriptionThree extraordinary African countries: East, North-West and South are the focus – and within them are wild animals, people (from modern-day Africans to the bushmen of nature) and ultra-wide landscapes.

length: 155 minutes with punctuation and descriptive passages.

more appointments: Saturday, January 14, 2023, at 7:30 pm, Nature Conservation Center, eriskirch, Friday/Saturday, 20./21. January 2023, 8 pm, The Landei, Heiligenberg-Wintersulgen. Saturday, March 11, 2023, 8 pm (7 pm entry), Kultur Am Glis 1, meckenberen,

leaves: Online at Eventim: https://bit.ly/3A9Vszw Or from December 1 at the tourist information office of the Mekenberen train station. Presale: 14 / Box Office: 16 Euros.

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Andrea Dublaski and Mathias Jobmann look forward to the open-air concert at Bergthann Castle (near Nuremberg) on ​​September 23, 2023. The 60-strong sound orchestra celebrates its 25th anniversary there and broadcasts traditional African songs live as well as diverse film music from around the continent. The most exciting and beautiful excerpts of “Jumbo Africa” ​​will be screened on the big screen for 400 guests.

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