Past Event

Screening of the movie Rocker, followed by a performance by Chefboss. Presented as part of the Phi loves Hamburg series, where the Phi Centre showcases classics from Filmfest Hamburg

Screening, Space D (4th floor):
Doors: 7 PM
Screening: 7:30 PM
$11.75 (seniors and students: $9.50)
Taxes and fees included

Show, Space A (1st floor):
Doors: 8:30 PM
Show: 9:30 PM
Taxes and fees included

Phi loves Hamburg passport (includes access to all three films and one show)
Taxes and fees included

Film director Denis Côté will be present to discuss with the public.

, 7:30 PM, Space D (4th floor)


An absolute cult film from the 70's taking place in the motorbike and red district milieu. Klaus Lemke, meanwhile in his 80's, is still an enfant terrible in German Film. Constantly fighting and shouting and acting against the establishment his film Rocker is a hymn on freedom and underdog life.

Director: Klaus Lemke
Cast: Hans-Jürgen Modschiedler, Gerd Kruskopf, Michael-Thomas Krannich
Year: 1972
Duration: 85 minutes

Chefboss, 9 PM, Space A (1st floor)

Singer Alice Martin and dancer-choreographer Maike Mohr are Chefboss, a dancehall band from Hamburg. Their album Blitze aus Gold was launched under Universal, in 2017.

Phi loves Hamburg

November 23 to 25, the Phi Centre welcomes Kathrin Kohlstedde, head of programming at Filmfest Hamburg, who’s come to show us three compelling films set against the vivid backdrop of Hamburg. Each night is an opportunity for Montreal cinema enthusiasts to experience a landmark film and enjoy parallel experiences relating to the program themes of Revolution, Passion, and Friendship.

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