In/Visible - University of Bremen
50 Years of the University of Bremen
Chores of Creativity
Beside those doors to endless lecture rooms in the corridors of the University of Bremen, there are other doors which lead you to creativity. Places like a photographic laboratory, a bicycle workshop or a piano allow people of daily university life to enter creative processes beyond theoretical knowledge production. Those places also transport an autonomous, student-organized and political spirit, that since the emergence of the University of Bremen is part of it’s character. In this film you meet students who keep those places alive, tell stories of their development and are exerted about creating spaces for balance, art or support as so to create a student- and utopia-orientated university.
Production: Shajana Reuter, Luzie Gliese, Janna Weseloh
Duration: 14 min
It is high time
It is high time that we change something and move our nature into the focus. The film deals with the project CampusGoesBiodiverse, which tries to increase biodiversity at the University of Bremen. In the film, members of the project group present their measures and how biodiversity can be measured.
Production: Nina Gunstmann
Duration: 9 min
Uncle Walter and the world’s best fish sandwiches
The short film introduces the Onkel Walter kiosk at the University of Bremen. There is a glimpse behind the scenes of the legendary kiosk. The team introduces itself and tells about how it came about and how they got to the university kiosk. Not only some stories are told, but the student’s favorite product is also chosen.
Production: Greta Hellmann, Stella Balschuweit
Duration: 9 min
From the Past to Present: Favourite Places on Campus
What has changed in 50 years of studying at the University of Bremen? We meet University of Bremen Alumni from different generations at their favourite places on campus to ask the questions: Where did they love to spend their time and which stories are connected to their favourite places? Together we reminisce in memories and marvel at how much the University has changed over 50 years. Join us in our journey through the Universities lived (hi-)stories.
Production: Anja Binkofski, Lea Hasselbusch, Hannah-Sophie Eylers
Duration: 18 min
This short documentation gives insights on the architecture and building process of the University of Bremen. As a former professor for architecture Dr. Eberhard Syring explains the history of the campus and shows how it has changed. Dipl. Ing. Jan Störmer is the architect for several buildings at the University including the central area / Glass Hall. He tells about his perspective on architecture and his finished buildings.
Production: Leon Čolić
Duration: 13 min