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The Berlin Wall
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directed by Paul Cotter, fl. 2003-2013; designed by Ulrich Friedrichs, fl. 2008-2012; produced by Ulrich Stiehm, fl. 2009, Miriam Klein, fl. 2009 and Frank Kaminski, fl. 2009, Kaminski.Stiehm.Film GmbH; performed by Kai-Peter Glaser, 1964-, Fritz Roth, 1955- and Joost Siedhoff, 1926- (New York, NY: Film Movement, 2009), 16 mins
Upon losing his wife, 75-year-old Werner ventures out to the back of his house and begins to rebuild the Berlin Wall, stirring fervent reactions from the local suburbanites, refugees, children and police.
directed by Paul Cotter, fl. 2003-2013; designed by Ulrich Friedrichs, fl. 2008-2012; produced by Ulrich Stiehm, fl. 2009, Miriam Klein, fl. 2009 and Frank Kaminski, fl. 2009, Kaminski.Stiehm.Film GmbH; performed by Kai-Peter Glaser, 1964-, Fritz Roth, 1955- and Joost Siedhoff, 1926- (New York, NY: Film Movement, 2009), 16 mins
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Veronika Voss
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directed by Rainer Werner Fassbinder, 1945-1982; designed by Barbara Baum, 1944-; produced by Thomas Schühly, 1951- and Bertram Vetter, fl. 1982, Tango Film, Bavaria Film, Laura Film, Maran Film, Rialto Film, Süddeutscher Rundfunk and Trio Film; performed by Rosel Zech, 1942-2011, Hilmar Thate, 1931-, Cornelia Froboess, 1943-, Annemarie Düringer, 1925-, Armin Mueller-Stahl, 1930- and Rainer Werner Fassbinder, 1945-1982 (New York, NY: Janus Films, 1982), 1 hour 44 mins
Once-beloved Third Reich–era starlet Veronika Voss (Rosel Zech) lives in obscurity in postwar Munich. Struggling for survival and haunted by past glories, the forgotten star encounters sportswriter Robert Krohn (Hilmar Thate) in a rain-swept park and intrigues him with her mysterious beauty. As their unlikely re...
directed by Rainer Werner Fassbinder, 1945-1982; designed by Barbara Baum, 1944-; produced by Thomas Schühly, 1951- and Bertram Vetter, fl. 1982, Tango Film, Bavaria Film, Laura Film, Maran Film, Rialto Film, Süddeutscher Rundfunk and Trio Film; performed by Rosel Zech, 1942-2011, Hilmar Thate, 1931-, Cornelia Froboess, 1943-, Annemarie Düringer, 1925-, Armin Mueller-Stahl, 1930- and Rainer Werner Fassbinder, 1945-1982 (New York, NY: Janus Films, 1982), 1 hour 44 mins
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3-D Footage Directed by Francis Ford Coppola from 'The Bellboy and the Playgirls'
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directed by Francis Ford Coppola, 1939- and Fritz Umgelter, 1922-1981; produced by Wolf C. Hartwig, 1921- and Harry Ross, fl. 1962, Defin Film, Rapid Film and Screen Rite Picture Company; performed by June Wilkinson, 1940- and Don Kenney, fl. 1962 (Los Angeles, CA: Flicker Alley, 2015), 2 mins
This video is a 3d footage from the 1962 comedy film 'The Bellboy and the Playgirls', directed by Francis Ford Coppola and Fritz Umgelter.
directed by Francis Ford Coppola, 1939- and Fritz Umgelter, 1922-1981; produced by Wolf C. Hartwig, 1921- and Harry Ross, fl. 1962, Defin Film, Rapid Film and Screen Rite Picture Company; performed by June Wilkinson, 1940- and Don Kenney, fl. 1962 (Los Angeles, CA: Flicker Alley, 2015), 2 mins
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The Tales Of Hoffman (1951): Continuity script
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written by E.T.A. Hoffmann, 1776-1822; directed by Michael Powell, 1905-1990 and Emeric Pressburger, 1902-1988; produced by Michael Powell, 1905-1990 and Emeric Pressburger, 1902-1988, Archers and Vega Film Productions; performed by Robert Rounseville, Moira Shearer, 1926-2006, Ludmilla Tcherina, 1924-2004 and Ann Ayars, 1918-1995 (London, England: Studio Canal, 2015, first release 1951), 73 page(s)
Based on Jacques Offenbach's opera of the stories of romantic poet E.T.A. Hoffmann, The Tales of Hoffmann gave close collaborators Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger another opportunity to eschew realism and celebrate artifice and creativity. Metropolitan opera star Robert Rounseville plays Hoffmann, a universi...
written by E.T.A. Hoffmann, 1776-1822; directed by Michael Powell, 1905-1990 and Emeric Pressburger, 1902-1988; produced by Michael Powell, 1905-1990 and Emeric Pressburger, 1902-1988, Archers and Vega Film Productions; performed by Robert Rounseville, Moira Shearer, 1926-2006, Ludmilla Tcherina, 1924-2004 and Ann Ayars, 1918-1995 (London, England: Studio Canal, 2015, first release 1951), 73 page(s)
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