WHERE: Riemannstr.7, 10961 Berlin (U7-Gneisenau)
WHEN: TUE-FRI 11-8, SAT & SUN 12-4
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INFO: Another Country is an English Language Second Hand Bookshop, which is mostly used as a library. We have about twenty thousand books that you can buy or borrow. You simply pay the price of a book, which you get back, minus a 1,50 Euro charge, should you choose to return it.
Another Country is also a club which hosts readings, cultural events, social evenings, filmnights and many other things.

CONTACT: info@anothercountry.de

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REGULAR EVENTS

ENGLISH FILMCLUB
Every tuesday at 8 p. m.

STAMMTISCH
Every thursday at 8 p. m.

DINNER NIGHT
Every friday. Dinner at 9 p.m.

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Englisch erleben in Berlin – und gewinnen! For all our native German Speaking fans Check check out the raffle going on at Wall Street English you might win a Friday Night Dinner at Another Country.Wall Street English
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Quiz Night continues...


8 rounds of questions. Categories include: General Knowledge, Literature, Film & TV, Audio round, a mystery round and a rapid-fire buzzer round.* Only 1 EUR per person. Come with a team or come alone and join a team. PRIZES: The winning team wins a round of drinks and a voucher ...
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Dangerous Lead Levels Cause Another Nuclear Sludge Recall: A recall has been issued on a popular candy item due to dangerous levels of lead found in the candy. The candy is called Toxic Waste Nuclear Sludge, and it is manufactured by a company called Candy Dynamics. The company issued a ...
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Winter Days, Winter Nights


Winter Days, Winter NightsAT ANOTHER COUNTRY BOOKSHOP Entrance is free.Drinks are cheap!!!Feel free to just show up. TUESDAY NIGHTS IN DECEMBERFilm starts at 9:00The 7th "Russian Ark" (2002)The 14th "Home Alone" (1990)The 21st "Gremlins" (1984)The 28th "The Thing" (1982) FRIDAY NIGHTS IN DECEMBERDINNER IS SERVED AT 9:30TV starts at 8:00A ...
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day late Thanksgiving Dinner this Friday


(this week only €6 due to additional costs for meal)Friday Night Thanksgiving DinnerRoast Turkey with all the trimmings New Glee episode and x factor before dinnerand this years cheesy after Thanksgiving Dinner Musical will be in keeping with Scotland theme Month Brigadoon TV shows start around 8:00Dinner at 9:30 (don´t ...
by kdhm @ 11/24/10 2:24 PM

Tuesday and Friday Films at Bookshop


SCOTTISH FILM MONTHAT ANOTHER COUNTRY BOOKSHOP Entrance is free.Drinks are cheap!!!Feel free to just show up. TUESDAY NIGHTS IN NOVEMBERWe will be showing the new BBC series "Lip Service" set in Glasgow Tuesdays at 8pm followed by a film beginning at 9pm.The 2nd "Highlander" (1986)The 9th "Trainspotting" (1996)The 16th "Local ...
by kdhm @ 11/3/10 3:54 PM

Dinner at 9:30 and Film at 10:45


Tonight´s Film Topper (1937)Topper is a comedy film which tells the story of a stuffy, stuck-in-his-ways man who is haunted by the ghosts of a fun-loving married couple. It was adapted by Eric Hatch, Jack Jevne and Eddie Moran from the novel by Thorne Smith. The film was directed by ...
by kdhm @ 10/22/10 4:10 PM

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Exhibition / Establishing Unreliable Truths

Photographic Portraits from a past that never was

At the bookshop from March 26th until April 6th or even a little longer.

A few words from the artist>

In the spring of 2003 I began what was to become an all consuming project: a photographic odyssey with Another Country and its habitués as the central focus.

Since my early days at University I have wanted to do something similar to Ed Van Der Elsken’s Love on The Left Bank, a photographic story set in Paris in the autumn of 1952. In the early spring of 2003 I met Faye in the bookshop and after a short time we decided to collaborate on a fictional photographic story.* The principal character would be modelled on Laurence Durrell’s Justine from his Alexandria Quartet. Faye would play this role. In my arrogance I thought I could create complex characters as well as a multi-level story line principally using photographs. If there had to be words I wanted very few.

The concept was to make a book that could be read and savoured for its complexity rather than the aesthetic of black and white images.
One conundrum, whether or not I could make the images appear so natural it would seem the photographs were of real characters participating in real events, was the first of many problems I had to overcome. It needed to look real if the story was going to operate on more than one level. To fulfil this ambition I rely heavily on the notion of the photograph as a document with resonances of truth. The enduring myth of analogue photography, that it had to have been in order to be photographed, is integral to the plot. The photographs in this exhibit are of characters that play roles in the story. Some of the images were shot in 2003 and others within the last six weeks. They are the introduction to the book.

Portraits are usually character studies: the image should tell us something about the person we are looking at. But this is a work of fiction, so I am under no obligation to accurately render my impressions of these people as real people, though that doesn’t mean I haven’t done so.
It would be remiss of me not to thank all who have so patiently and uncomplainingly given me their time and allowed me unfettered access to their personal space as I chased my obsession. So I will take this opportunity to say thanks very very much to all who those participated.

In the final analysis the success of this project will be in the editing decisions, one of which is evident here. All the images in this exhibit had to be medium format. I wanted them square and I wanted the people to be alone. This meant some very good images of other players, shot either as pairs or with 35mm, have been omitted.
This project is far from over and I sometimes wonder if it ever will be, but the journey has been engaging and the generosity of people astounding. Its a rich part of my life and something I am very glad I began.

Graham Hains