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Posts Tagged“German cinema”

The Dreamed Path

The Berlin School filmmaker returns with The Dreamed Path, the story of two couples’ relationships in two different time periods, presented in minimal, emotionally charged scenes that are linked intuitively – even mysteriously – across the two paths.

Ramon Zurcher

Ramon Zürcher is a Swiss filmmaker who has made four short films before releasing his debut feature, The Strange Little Cat. The film, inspired by Kafka’s The Metamorphosis and developed during a seminar conducted by…

Margarethe Von Trotta

Margarethe von Trotta is a German filmmaker whose career began during the famed New German Cinema period. Her films tend to take significant historical and political moments as backdrops to more emotional investigations, particularly between…

“When I made [Metropolis], I liked it. When I finished it, I hated it.” – Fritz Lang From the always appreciated work done by Cinephilia and Beyond, we have here – as a continuation of…

Ignore the Oscar nomination disappointment with this 2-hour conversation with German filmmaker Werner Herzog(Into the Abyss, Fitzcarraldo, Grizzly Man, On Death Row). Hosted by UCSB,  the New German Cinema titan discusses – in that voice –…

In case you missed it elsewhere, the good people at Goethe Insitut Toronto recently posted an hour-long interview with WIM WENDERS recorded at last year’s TIFF. Watch it below:

Faceless

A video essay on surveillance camera cinema – films made entirely out of surveillance camera footage- including Faceless, Influenza, and Der Riese. Essay written and edited by Christopher Heron and narrated by Amy Cunningham.  …