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Antifa for All is a film project with different narrative levels. Conceptually a hybrid of documentary and feature film, it interweaves three narrative strands: 1. scenic documentary, 2. historical documentary and 3. playfully staged.
The film asks the questions: why Antifa and what does Antifa stand for? The film examines the historical dimension of anti-fascism from the 1930s to the present day; exemplifies the antifascism at the Wewelsburg; and follows the international – European as well as extra-European – dimension of a contemporary Antifa.
The playfully staged narrative thread introduces a meta-level that – in a fictional plot – follows aged Antifas who are in the process of making a film.
Using fragments and loose thoughts, we take part in the complex process of collectively developing a film. The dialogues reveal the different approaches of the protagonists, what the idea of this film and what its goal could be, and how radical – in terms of content and aesthetics – it should be. We witness conflicts and problem solving.