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What is left of young German cinema?
Monday, 22 March 2010 09:02
The meeting will be a natural consequence of the previous one, supplementing unfinished threads, especially concerning works of Rainer Werner Fassbinder, Werner Herzog and Wim Wenders. Prof. Andrzej Gwóźdź will attempt to answer the question about livelihood of that movie tradition in work of its initiators and followers: whether despite the years passed it is still a lively tradition or rather already a cinema archive? An obsolete cinema or a still attractive cinema - for fans, for a wide audience? Great trinity of innovators or a foundation myth of modern West German cinema?
The problematics of political cinema will return in full („Kot i mysz” ["Cat and Mouse"] by Hansjürgen Pohland, 1967, big movie by Schlöndorff and Margarethe von Trotty „Utracona cześć Katarzyny Blum” ["The Lost Honour of Catharina Blum"], 1975, scandalous „Niemcy jesienią” ["Germany in Autumn"], 1978, by ten authors, i. a. Kluge, Schlöndorff and Fassbinder), as well as the reflection on meanders of a New-Wave-film narrative („Ono” ["It"] by Ulrich Schamoni, 1966).
On the other hand the lecture will attempt to look into the nature of customs of Germany from the sixties of the XXth century (documentaries by Peter Schamoni, cult movie of "generation `68": ">„Zur Sache Schätzchen” May Spils, 1967), as well as to recognize various faces of popular cinema in the era of television (the Winnetou series).
The meeting will take place on 29. March 2010 (Monday),
in Lutz`s room (no. 13) in the Willy Brandt Center at 4 p. m.

Admission free


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