01 horizons 85 - South-East Asia in Berlin poster horizons 85th Kurfürstendamm. Memorial Church. Palace Museum Beijing may 12-18 August 85. crush at the entrance. Academy of arts. Actors make-up itself. Crowds at the entrance. Young blonde pedestrian. White large, painted actor. Transformer between the towers of the Church. Poster horizons 85. Japanese performing scene sample. Performance of puppet theatre. Bull fighting. Visitors face the Volksbühne snake. Costumes. Figures of the 12th century. Young girl regarded vase. Visitor goes dark, with glasses, in exhibition. Shrine. Painting. Actors make-up to wardrobe. Theatre performance in magnificent robes. Figure floats to the top. Clapping.
(97 m) 02 Krefeld: Centre of the textile industry swing vintage corner Eduscho to pedestrian area with elegant young pedestrians. Look in fashion boutique. Medieval representation of looms with Webern and weavers. Modern textile factory computer controlled loom. Knitting machines and looms. Patterns are designed. Drawing Office. Color samples. Textiles from Textile Museum 5 centuries. Chic dressed Lady fitting and on road.
(67 m) 03 German armed forces fighting against hunger driven cargo transport plane at the military airport of Wunstorf. Crew boards the aircraft. Crew in cockpit. Roll in and start by propeller transport aircraft. Container is unloaded by natives. Transport plane taking off from landing in Africa to fly inland over mountains. Landing in the Interior of Ethiopia. Tent city. Infant crying next to the girl. Plane is unloaded. Natives in long line up for food distribution. Baby is fed. Ploughing with oxen plough soil.
(68 m) 04 old mines as cultural centres running winding. Disused factory and mine facilities as Tennis Hall, Youth Club, artist workshop. Old equipment and machines are restored. (46 m) 05. Munich: 5 years European Patent Office, modern office building. 2 young women in Office. Young woman takes off phone: "European Patent Office, Hello." Man dictates French in voice recorder. Modern pneumatic tube transport operations. Files on desktop. Employees of the Patent Office when processing the applications. Review submitted inventions by industry professionals. The 1st German patent specifications from 1877. 100seitige modern patent specification. From the archives: Carpet made of acrylic glass with battery-driven 40 propellers. (see D 319/4, your own text)
(51 m) 06. Augsburg: canoe slalom World Cup bobsleigh from Augsburg. Canoeists in whitewater. Canoeists between slalom gates. Crowd of spectators on the shore. Ulla Steinle of the German canoeing Federation on the track of ZL. Two canoe. White water rafting, partly ZL. Boats are put to water. Finger gymnastics before the start. Richard Fox, England, WINS in a kayak. Participants from the Federal Republic formed the most successful team. ZL-canoeing.
(57 m) 07. US-Bremen: Athletics international Germany United States match high jump ZL, LongJump ZL. Harald Schmid in exercises before the start. Viewers half close full-screen. 400 m hurdles: it wins Harald Schmid, the victory surrounded by photographers. Hochspringerinnen.
3000 m run: run in the rain. Doug Padilla, United States, WINS ahead of Thomas Wessinghage. Long jump: Sabine Everts jumps and disappointed is dismissive. Jump Wendy Brown United States (colored) - triple jump: world record holder Willie Banks jumps ZL. Advertising: Kodak.
01 Horizons ' 85: Southeast Asia in Berlin Berlin in summer: about 300,000 visitors, many specially arrived, saw the events of Horizons ' 85, the now already third Festival of world cultures. This time the focus: East and South-East Asia, his theater, his music, his painting. Berlin as a place of meeting of East and West, as a place of dialogue with the millennia old culture of Asia.
The puppetry of XI' in China.
Not less mobbed: treasures from the forbidden city, an exhibition of 126 exquisite pieces from the Palace Museum in Beijing. Insurance value of this selection of the largest museums in the world: 200 million marks.
A small part of the longest picture of world art: the journey of the Manchu Emperor Kang Xi, the Middle Kingdom.
The visitors Schlanqe for another event facing the Berliner Volksbühne: the artists of the kabuki theater in the Japanese capital of Tokyo in their role, are figures from the 12. Century, when in Japan, two clans fought for dominance. Only men Act behind much makeup and sumptuous robes. Kabuki is taboo for women.
The flying finish of the main actor is a world-premiere. The modern stage technology makes it possible.
02. Center of the textile industry: Krefeld what first strikes in Krefeld: the street scene is characterised by elegant boutiques and fashionably dressed women. Krefeld called "Velvet and silk city" in the middle ages. Linen and cloth weavers created the wealth of the city with their handlooms by half a Millennium. In the 19th century, the mechanical loom sparked a revolution. The age of mass production began in the new draperies. For the first time, also large groups of people were fashionable dress.
After many ups and downs, Krefeld forward today about an economic revival. Ten years ago, the whole German textile industry seemed at the end. Cheap imports from Asian countries flooded into the Federal Republic, many companies were bankrupt. With an unprecedented rationalisation and modernisation, the industry prevented her demise. Inefficient engines were scrapped and this state of the art machines, computers and robots.
At the same time the number of the employed urn shrank by half. Not cheap, but for good and always at the height of the fast-paced fashion: this theme proved a recipe for success. Krefeld workshops are an example of this, as inspiration and craftsmanship combine with modern technology.
Computer transfer the design of the designer in a program for the computer of the Web machine.
Another computer provides the structural analysis of paint samples - a requirement for uniform colouring of many thousand meters of fabric. Not infrequently, Krefeld designer get inspiration at the textile Museum, the largest in Germany, where the colour and variety of shapes of five centuries to the creative studies invites.
You wear today in Paris, London or New York fashion from Krefeld: for the old textile town on the Rhine a lift, again your future to believe in.
03. German army fights against hunger Wunstorf, a military airbase in Northern Germany. Medicines and other supplies will be taken to a transport aircraft. It is 7 o'clock in the morning, which should start "Transall" in an hour. Their journey will take over several thousand kilometres - in the starvation of Africa.
The Federal Republic of Germany has long been the District of Western industrial nations that help the victims of the drought in Ethiopia and the Sudan. The German air force creates aid via an air bridge to Africa and also for their distribution. For example, in Ethiopia. Massawa on the Red Sea: collection point for international aid and base of two permanently stationed German machines that take over the relief supplies and transport in the areas of hunger - usually impassable regions without roads and airfields. Before the German Luftwaffe took over these duties, it established first the infrastructure and logistics of the distribution system.
The flight takes hundreds of kilometres of dry and wild rugged mountain country. Then goes down the machine on a landing site somewhere deep in the Interior of the country. The "Transall" is one of the few aircraft that can land on unpaved runways of nature.
Many farmers and nomads have fled the hunger in tent cities, which were built by the International Red Cross. But even here, they would be lost without the constant supply of food and medicine.
The supply works, thanks to the German soldiers who have volunteered for the humanitarian mission in Africa. The fundamental problem of these people but they cannot solve: this otherwise in the Sahel zone is Skupina, stop soil erosion, to prevent overgrazing and to build a new agriculture. Africa needs can feed on itself.
04. old mines as centres of culture 20 years ago everywhere turned the wheels of the coal mines in the Ruhr area. But today's industry needs less and less coal and therefore fewer mines. What to do with old, disused mines?
In Essen developed a sports centre with Tennis Hall in the old room; a few kilometres further a cultural centre with a restaurant in the former coal miner canteen and Auditorium in the engine room.
The young people of this old work district of food have their meeting point at that place from where some of their fathers and grandfathers drove 1,000 metres into the depths for a lifetime, to break coal. The artists won Zeche Carl a unusual as well as charming space to showcase of their works at the cultural centre.
Everywhere in the industrial area of the Ruhr cities and specially established civil associations endeavour to preserve the old mines as monuments of economic development and maintain. This involves not only the devices and machines that are restored with much trouble for posterity here.
The people of the Ruhr know that the watch for many mines has expired. But most want to get them so you can see how it once was.
05. 5 years European Patent Office a piece of common Europe in Munich. Since 1977, the European Patent Office for eleven States works. In the face of competition with the other technology giants in America and Asia, Europe has given successful legal and bureaucratic obstacles out of the way: officials from the participating countries shall ensure here in Munich software together that inventions in a utility room of nearly 300 million people are covered by patents. This certainly in the back, the ideas of Europe's inventors can be faster and better to successful products for the world market.
The computer gives information on whether the invention is new or if not perhaps earlier patent rights are violated - all zugänlichen patents of the world are stored here. Specialist committees review the applications during regular meetings - over 30,000 logins new ideas are to edit in.
The German patent specification number 1 from 1877. Began an unprecedented growth in the field of technical and scientific innovations in Europe - today one counts in the archives of the European Patent Office in Munich over 15 million records, and there are more every day.
Some ideas were world achievements, these leakproof carpet was a flop - he flies only in fairy tales.
06. canoe slalom world championships in Augsburg the famous Eiskanal in Augsburg: venue of 85 World Championship in canoe slalom. The canoe and Canadierfahrer fighting in the singles and doubles for the title come from 20 Nations.
On the banks of the 600-meter-long stretch of white water for three days nearly 20,000 spectators the struggle of athletes against flow and spray - and against the clock. If the ladies - brave get Ulla Steinle of the German canoeing Federation -, so do white water rafting is still always a male sport.
Here in Augsburg flow and amount of water can be accurately adjusted. Always same conditions are ideal for the athletic competition. Since the Strecke_1972 for the Olympic Games has been built, it is model for similar plants everywhere in the world. For the athletes, that is: their services better comparable, the results are fair.
Last exercise before the next start. The finger may be not damp in the icy water. The course begins at the lock.
Viewers saw exciting sports in great weather. Here, Richard Fox from United Kingdom goes against his victory in the k-1.
This time, the participants from the Federal Republic of Germany were the most successful team at the World Championships in the canoe Slamlom with three gold, three silver and a bronze medal. Well hope all that this beautiful sport will be soon Olympic discipline.
Persons in the Film
Banks, Willie ; Brown, Wendy ; Everts, Sabine ; Fox, Richard ; Padilla, Doug ; Schmid, Harald ; Steinle, Ulla ; Wessinghage, Thomas
Augsburg ; Berlin ; Bremen ; Food ; Krefeld ; Munich ; Wunstorf
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