An important part of our conventions are lectures by experts and readings by well-known authors. Behind it are guests, such as directors, authors, experts, and many other clever and creative minds who give exciting lectures or read from a book. As a rule, there is also a book signing by the author after the respective readings.

You would like to apply with a lecture or a reading at FedCon? No problem. Just fill in the form below on this page. After receiving your message, we will check whether your lecture or reading is suitable for us. Please be patient until then – it may take some time.
22. January 2020

Star Trek: The Filming Sites II

“Star Trek. The final frontier. These are the adventures of the fans who are on the road to explore original locations and create new photos. They’re […]
21. January 2020

Star Trek: The Filming Sites I

“Star Trek. The final frontier. These are the voyages of the fans, their continuing mission: to explore sites of ‘on location’ filming, to take photos. To […]
21. January 2020

Live-Podcast: Planet Trek fm

Björn Sülter brings his popular podcast Planet Trek fm live on stage for the first time. With him: his well-known guests from the cast! Since 2017, […]
20. January 2020

Fantastic worlds

The publishing house in Farbe und Bunt introduces itself. Björn Sülter and his authors such as Thorsten Walch, Reinhard Prahl, Pia Fauerbach, Peter R. Krüger and […]
20. January 2020

Let’s talk TREK!

Björn Sülter (author of Es lebe Star Trek, which was awarded the “Deutscher Phantastik Preis” in 2019 and host of the podcast Planet Trek fm) invites […]
19. January 2020

Beyond Berlin: A new world

Nominated for the “Deutscher Phantastik Preis” as “Best Series” Björn Sülter presents the second part “Ins Ungewisse” (Into the Uncertain) and talks about the realization of […]
19. January 2020

Long live Star Wars

Thorsten Walch reads from the most comprehensive non-fiction book in German language about the Star Wars franchise! Star Wars has been an integral part of pop […]
18. January 2020
FedCon 29 | Vortrag | Star Trek = Sozialismus? | by David Noack

Star Trek = Socialism?

The lecture Star Trek – A Socialist Vision? by David X. Noack looks at the political and social conditions under which Star Trek: The Original Series […]
18. January 2020

Star Trek medicine vs. 21st century

The lecture with the title Star Trek medicine and medical devices vs. the reality in the medicine of the 21st century is about the drugs and […]
17. January 2020

Jules Verne and marine research

Jules Verne (1828 -1905) is the inventor of the scientific novel and proto-science fiction. He lived and wrote at a time when groundbreaking technical and scientific […]
17. January 2020

On the Holodeck

Who wouldn’t want their own holodeck? A room where anything seems possible. Detective adventures, spy stories, poker rounds with Stephen Hawking, Isaac Newton and Albert Einstein […]
16. January 2020

Climate change & climate crisis in SF

Climate crisis and climate change are now an urgent global problem and omnipresent topic. Rising sea levels, acidification of the oceans, mass extinctions of species as […]
16. January 2020

Androids in Star Trek

The motif of the artificial human being is hardly to be imagined without in science fiction and especially in Star Trek. Robotics and artificial intelligence form […]
15. January 2020
FedCon 29 | Vortrag | Konflikte in Star Trek | by David Noack

Conflicts in Star Trek

The lecture entitled “Conflict Resolution Mechanisms in Star Trek from the 1960s to the 1990s – Star Trek: The Original Series and Star Trek: Voyager in […]
14. January 2020

Gotham Noir

The young New York policewoman Sarah Dolan ends up at “Revier 666” (Precinct 666) – the collection point for all cases that seem ridiculous to her […]

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