1920’s Pipe Organ Nirvana Cover

[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WDHxUeLRRTM[/youtube]During the preview screening of “Cobain: Montage of Heck” Mobile Kino invited Berlin based organist Anna Vavilkina to play the fully restored pipe organ which was originally installed in 1929. As a special surprise Vavilkina played a cover of this famous Nirvana tune.


The Yes Men are humorous guerrilla activists who prey on unsuspecting media networks by posing as official representatives from large corporations. Faking their way with false credentials, the pair appear on live television making “official” statements revealing the economic greed and political corruption in the world of big business. The filmmaking political pranksters have posed as the World Trade Organization, Shell, Dow Chemicals and even the Bush administration making appearances on the BBC, CNN, or at large business conferences around the world.

The Yes Men last visited Berlin during the 2009 Berlinale with their film THE YES MEN FIX THE WORLD and Mobile Kino hosted the official afterparty and encore Pop-Up screening with a Q&A with the filmmakers. This film went on to win the audience award at Berlinale and the screening marked the first ever event for Mobile Kino.
The Yes Men are back in Berlin with their latest Berlinale entry THE YES MEN ARE REVOLTING. The documentary premieres today as apart of the Panorama Dokumente.

Impersonate Nick Cave to win two free tickets!

Impersonate Nick Cave to win two free tickets!
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The best replicated photo of the 20,000 Days on Earth event cover photo will win two free tickets to Sunday’s screening. To enter simply send us a photo of you doing your best Nick Cave impression.

Helpful hints:
-Wear black and white
 -Slick your hair back
-Look serious while pretending to work in your office
-Make sure there’s a chaotic yet ordered assortment of clutter around your desk.
-Live every day like you’re Nick Cave

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The sun disappears far too early these days so Mobile Kino decided to bring it back. Enjoy the 4K resolution time-lapse of the sun filmed from a NASA satellite and beamed onto your neighborhood wall.

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