Deep Talk NRW, Episode III, Duisburg with Ronja Schwikowski

Ronja Schwikowski: “Feminism is not a private agenda”

Ronja Schwikowski (Photo: Roman Szczesny)

Ronja Schwikowski came to Duisburg from Lower Bavaria. Just because of Punk. She now runs a mailorder and a magazine: “Plastic Bomb” is one of the most active brands in the contemporary German punks scene. Schwikowski also is engaged in the #punktoo-movement which puts a spot on sexism in this scene.

Concept and realization “Deep Talk NRW“ by Roman Szczesny, Thomas Venker, Linus Volkmann additional music courtesy of Bum Khun Cha Youth, English subtitles by Roman Szczesny and Alexander Mayor.

Filmed at Plastic Bomb Mailorder, June 2021
Theme music by Miki Yui: „Dancing (swamp)”
kaput thanks Ronja Schwikowski for her open words and urbanana for the support 

 

 

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