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28:15 IWF (Göttingen) German 2010
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Karneval in Patamban, Michoacán, Mexiko

Carnival in Patamban is celebrated by the whole village. It is a day when people make fun of each other. The girls, with a small wooden bull figure in their hands, hunt the young men. Sometimes they dance thus symbolising a bull fight. The cargueros of the three Virgin Mary figures have special obligations to fulfil these days. They invite people and share with them fruits, tamales and bread. Also, the encendedoras have invited guests. They help them to fulfil their obligations. In the afternoon the cargueros fetch from the fields bull figures made from corn stalks. The cabildos, the elders of the village, brand them. This year people met at the compound of Kene, the carguero of María de la Concepción. Her chapel in the churchyard had fallen to pieces. Carnival ends on Ash Wednesday. In the afternoon, the procession with the three Jesús Nazareno figures is held. Ash Wednesday ends with the marking of an ash cross on the participants' foreheads.
  • Published: 2010
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: German
34:54 IWF (Göttingen) German 1978
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Mitteleuropa, Baden - Die Altweibermühle in der Wolfacher Fastnacht

The musical comedy with spoken insertions is performed after the Shrove Monday's carnival parade in the market-place. The performance is organized by the "Freie Narrenzunft" (Free Fool's Company). Actors: speaker, miller, weaver - weaver's wife, buffoon - buffoon's wife, taylor - taylor's wife, cobbler - cobbler's wife, peasant - peasant's wife, clerk - clerk's wife, chorus of men and women, band. Subject of the play: At their husband's desire the wives are rejuvenated in the mill, but afterwards reject their old husbands and follow youg gallants. As the buffoon also wants his wife to be rejuvenated, the mill fails and the buffoon's wife is older and uglier than ever before.
  • Published: 1978
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: German
1:23:12 Technische Universität Darmstadt German 2016
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Technische Fluidsysteme - Vorlesung 02.02.2016: Ähnlichkeitsbeziehung bei Verdrängermaschinen und Turbomaschinen

  • Published: 2016
  • Publisher: Technische Universität Darmstadt
  • Language: German
1:08:31 Chaos Computer Club e.V. German 2018
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#afdwegbassen: Protest, (Club-)Kultur und antifaschistischer Widerstand

Im Mai 2018 initiierte Reclaim Club Culture (RCC) in Berlin einen Protest gegen einen Aufmarsch der AfD und die AFDsierung der Gesellschaft. Zusammen mit mehr als 170 Techno Clubs, Festivals und Veranstalter*innen organisierten wir innerhalb von zwei Wochen drei Demozüge, auf denen sich mehr als 60.000 Demonstrant*innen versammelten. Dies ereignete sich in einem politischen Klima, in dem die Linke von den Erfolgen der Faschist*innen wie gelähmt schien und ein großer Teil der Gesellschaft immer weiter nach rechts abdriftete. Ausgehend von einer selbstkritischen Praxis werden wir der Frage nachgehen, wie und warum dies (scheinbar) plötzlich gelang.
  • Published: 2018
  • Publisher: Chaos Computer Club e.V.
  • Language: German
22:32 EuroPython English 2015
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MkDocs: Documenting projects with Markdown

Dougal Matthews - MkDocs: Documenting projects with Markdown MkDocs is a Python library for creating documentation with Markdown. The primary goal of the project is to lower the barrier for documentation writers and to help enable high quality prose based documentation. The primary maintainer of MkDocs will cover the following topics: - An introduction to MkDocs and the project goals. - How and why did the project start? - Who uses MkDocs today? - Discuss what we need to do to create great documentation and how MkDocs can help. - A tour of the key features currently in MkDocs - Adding MkDocs to your project. - Using themes in the documentation and making customisations - Publishing your documentation with ReadTheDocs and GitHub pages. - A look at the up and coming features in MkDocs and how you can help make these happen. - A comparison with Sphinx and why you should consider MkDocs.
  • Published: 2015
  • Publisher: EuroPython
  • Language: English
27:27 IWF (Göttingen) German 1975

Mitteleuropa, Rheinland - Der Lazarusbrauch in Jülich

Every year on Shrove Tuesday the "Historische Gesellschaft Lazarus Strohmanus Jülich" (Historic Society Lazarus Strohmanus Jülich) performs in public the custom of throwing up a straw figure. The film presents in chronological order the general meeting of the performers and supporters of this custom (with "national song", commemoration of the dead, conferring of medals and swearing), the preparations for the performance (studying of the reprimanding verses, making of the brooms), and the principal phases of the performance: procession across the town, throwing up of the straw figure, entry into the inns, exhibition of the "Lazarus" in front of the town hall, and delivery of the keys of the town. Finally the undressed straw figure is thrown into Rur.
  • Published: 1975
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: German
05:06 IWF (Göttingen) Original sound, no spoken text 1965

Mitteleuropa, Baden - Bändeltanz in Leipferdingen

The "Bändeltanz" is performed at prelenten carnival time. The female dancers from a circle around a decorated pole, to which long ribbons have been attached just below the crown. Every dancer holds the end of a ribbon in her hand. The dancers move around the pole in time to the music. At the same time, pairs of them turn around each other. By this means the ribbons are later unrolled.
  • Published: 1965
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: Original sound, no spoken text
43:36 IWF (Göttingen) German 1984

Mitteleuropa, Baden - Wolfacher Fasnet

One week before Ash Wednesday, Shrovetide is proclaimed out of a waggon in various places of the town of Wolfach. After the "Eleven o'clock Mass" on the following "Dirty Thursday" pretzels are distributed to the children. The procession of the coffee-party tabbies takes place in the afternoon of the same day. Shrovetide proper is opened on Shrove Monday by the so-called "Well-awake", a historical custom meant to wake up the fools. The big Shrove Monday procession in the afternoon is followed by the Shrovetide play about the abduction and the liberation of the gipsy princess. On Shrove Thuesday, the children have a procession of their own during which the Pretzel Fool is carried along. Towards the evening, the Procession of the Noses is passing through the streets; women disguised as males that have been practicipating are plunged into the fountain. Shrovetide ends on Ash Wednesday when the fool break into lamentations at the Wailing Wall and are then going to wash their money-bags in the fountain.
  • Published: 1984
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: German
08:38 IWF (Göttingen) Original sound, no spoken text 1966

Mitteleuropa, Baden - Die Strohgestalt in der Singener Fasnacht - Der "Hoorige Bär"

The film shows how the Hoorig-Bären (a straw figure) dress, how they move along in the carnival procession and finally perform a dance which symbolically represents the victory over the winter.
  • Published: 1966
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: Original sound, no spoken text
43:34 IWF (Göttingen) English 1984

Central Europe, Baden - Shrovetide at Wolfach

One week before Ash Wednesday, Shrovetide is proclaimed out of a waggon in various places of the town of Wolfach. After the "Eleven o'clock Mass" on the following "Dirty Thursday" pretzels are distributed to the children. The procession of the coffee-party tabbies takes place in the afternoon of the same day. Shrovetide proper is opened on Shrove Monday by the so-called "Well-awake", a historical custom meant to wake up the fools. The big Shrove Monday procession in the afternoon is followed by the Shrovetide play about the abduction and the liberation of the gipsy princess. On Shrove Thuesday, the children have a procession of their own during which the Pretzel Fool is carried along. Towards the evening, the Procession of the Noses is passing through the streets; women disguised as males that have been practicipating are plunged into the fountain. Shrovetide ends on Ash Wednesday when the fool break into lamentations at the Wailing Wall and are then going to wash their money-bags in the fountain.
  • Published: 1984
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: English
36:44 IWF (Göttingen) Original sound, no spoken text 1980

Mitteleuropa, Württemberg - Das Narrengericht in Grosselfingen

The film shows a custom during carneval season which occurs quadrannually under participation of the male population of the village. It depicts the events the day before and the main day of performance that is thursday before carneval sunday. The performance takes place on the market square, on the streets, and in the courtbuilding.
  • Published: 1980
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: Original sound, no spoken text
11:51 IWF (Göttingen) Original sound, no spoken text 1965

Mitteleuropa, Baden - Die Strohgestalt in der Leipferdinger Fasnacht - Der "Strohmann"

The "Straw-man", disguised completely in straw, plays a special role in the Leipferdingen shrovetide. First the dressing of the "Straw-man" is shown in the film. Then he is led along in the procession. On Shrove-Tuesday an imitation of the "Straw-man", a straw dummy, is burned on the market place.
  • Published: 1965
  • Publisher: IWF (Göttingen)
  • Language: Original sound, no spoken text
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