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by Klaus Phillips

  • ISBN: 0804426880
  • Author: Klaus Phillips
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  • Rating: 4.2 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 488
  • Publisher: Ungar Pub Co; illustrated edition edition (May 1, 1985)
  • Formats: docx lrf azw lit
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  • Subcategory: Humanities
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New German Filmmakers book. Apparently, after the filming was over, the soldiers broke into tears and asked for forgiveness from their fellow citizens (p. 241).

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New York: Ungar Pub. C. Rayns, Tony, ed. Fassbinder 2d rev. and expanded ed. (London: British Film Institute, 1980). Reimer, Robert C. Nazi-retro Film: How German Narrative Cinema Remembers the Past (New York: Twayne, 1992). Rentschler, Rick The Films of G. W. Pabst: An Extraterritorial Cinema (New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 1990).

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New German Filmmakers: From Oberhausen Through the 1970s (UNGAR FILM LIBRARY). Traces the careers and analyzes the films of twenty-one German directors including Werner Herzog, Rainer Werner Fassbinder, and Wim Wenders. The best book on the subject out there! Published by Thriftbooks.

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Rentschler, West German Filmmakers on Film, 4. 18. Klaus Lemke was . New York: Ungar, 1984. Klaus Lemke was honored at the 2014 Munich Film Festival. Steinitz, Bombe, Baby! Klaus Lemke.

As a complex and heterogeneous film, MEC lends itself to a comparison with . Mediating History and Consciousness’, in Klaus Phillips (e., New German Filmmakers: From Oberhausen Through the 1970s (New York: Frederick Ungar Publishing), pp. 195–229.

Mediating History and Consciousness’, in Klaus Phillips (e. Hansen, Miriam (1986).

The book is an invaluable guide to a golden period of cinema . --Christopher Wood, The Times. The thesis of this unusually interesting book is that the German films of the twenties were filled with premonitions of the German totalitarianism of the thirties. One of the great works of film history, this look at early German cinema, first published in 1947, is still a must-have for cineastes and scholars alike. Kirchhoff, Toronto Globe and Mail. An undisputed classic of modern film historiography, Kracauer's From Caligari to Hitler had a major impact on the way we relate movies to history and society.

New German Film: The Displaced Image (Austin: University of Texas Press, 1983). New York: Ungar Pub. 1984. Corrigan, Tim, ed. The Films of Werner Herzog: Between Mirage and History (New York: Methuen, 1986). Managing Modernity: Art, Science, and Early Cinema in Germany (New York: Columbia University Press, 2009).

Traces the careers and analyzes the films of twenty-one German directors including Werner Herzog, Rainer Werner Fassbinder, and Wim Wenders
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Abuseyourdna
To keep the time in perspective the Berlin wall went up in the middle of the night Aug. 13, 1961 and The Fall of the Berlin Wall was 1989

A snippet of new film makers in a small band of time. Many I know and many I learned about in this book. I thought this is not one of my favorite times in German film and there are a few films that I did not care for but I was surprised how many good and inventive films I appreciated without thinking “new.” That is because they are only new in this dated book.

The information is not just superficial and there are some black and white photos to support the information and let you see what you are missing.

The filmography helps place the correct film under the correct maker an in the correct chronological order. I found one of my favorites there “Welt am Draht” (World on a Wire) 1973two part TV production. I have a copy and watch it periodically. I also have the remake “The Thirteenth Floor” (1999.) I am surprised at how may films I have from Rainer Werner Fassbiner.

There is a selected bibliography. My eyes yearn for them all and I intend to purchase a fraction of them.
Budar
I actually have had the honor of meeting the editor and some of the film makers highlighted in this book. It's a fabulous account of the how and why behind German film makers.
Nenayally
I actually have had the honor of meeting the editor and some of the film makers highlighted in this book. It's a fabulous account of the how and why behind German film makers.

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