21 Nov. #Documentary #Screening & Discussion in #Berlin with Xart Splitta & Guest – Karin Louise Hermes

Where – Hasanheide 73, 10967 Berlin Time – 7pm-10pm Language– German & English (film & discussion) Cost – Donations accepted for facilities Facebook Event page   November is Native American Heritage Month, a national holiday in the USA. But there and here in Germany, the dehumanization and objectification of Indigenous peoples, and the minimization or erasure of […]

First Look at the Poster for #Documentary project “ALMOST” – #Aspergers #Gender #Sexuality #Indigenous

ALMOST. A new short documentary on the intersection of realities, identities and Indigeneity, and the concept of being enough, no matter what or who you are. Following the lives of four people on Asperger’s Syndrome, sexuality, gender and the effects of stigma and prejudice. It is currently in production, and will combine unique animated storytelling […]

March 2020 Seminar – “Becoming and Teaching Human Beings – Critical #Indigenous Perspectives for Daycare, School & Society”

  23-24 March 2020, I’ll give a 2-day seminar: “Becoming and Teaching Human Beings – Critical Indigenous Perspectives for Daycare, School and Society at Institut für den Situationsansatz (ISTA) in Berlin. Registration is open and can express your interest through their online form. The program is designed for every person, not just educators or teachers. […]

“Victims vs. Perpetrators”- The Dehumanization Connection #Halle #Shooting #Antisemitism #Racism #Germany

After the terrorist murders in Halle in Germany on Oct. 9th, where a lone white German gunner targeted a synagogue of members celebrating Yom Kippur, it’s no surprise the admitted connection and inspiration by the murdering of innocents in Christchurch. Another young white male, entitled and privileged, angry, who feels “others” are threatening and taking […]

#ForgetWinnetou #Documentary at Finalist in the 2019 Overcome Film Festival! #Indigenous #Films

Pleased to share our documentary has been selected as a finalist in the 2019 Overcome Film Festival. It’s especially amazing in that this is my first feature length documentary, as I’d described myself only as a slightly advanced beginner. It speaks to the intersectionality and importance of the topic, the strength and sincerity of the participants (see this here), and […]