Film premiere in Hamburg: “The Mother” with Anke Engelke | NDR.de – Culture

Status: 09/23/2022 4:27 PM Finally a full house again – that’s what happened at the Zeise cinema in Hamburg, because Anke Engelke was there. She presented her new film “Mutter” with director Caroline Schmitz, a co-production of NDR. Listen to the post 3 minutes by Danny Marquez You can see them – but not hear … Read more

Bowie Documentary Moonage Daydream: The Sex of David Bowie

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The documentary film “In the Ice” in the cinema: In the eternal ice culture

Midday in the frigid desert: Professor Jason Books uses the sun, puts on his underpants, sunglasses and neon headscarf, throws his sleeping mat into the snow and does some yoga: Chaturanga, dog facing up, face down dog. There is nothing around it but a gleaming, shadowless white that stretches to the horizon, and above it … Read more

‘Everyone talks about the weather’ at the cinema: stuck in a hamster wheel – Culture

Crumble cherry or tangerine quark? This is the crucial question. In Berlin, Clara is doing her Ph.D. on Hegel’s concept of freedom. But in her mother’s kitchen, far away in the flat countryside of the eastern German provinces, things were quite different. What a bread cake. Are you stuck in traffic? Or what the weather … Read more

Nothing New in the West in cinemas and on Netflix: Hell – Culture

It is now about a quarter of a century since the German language teacher, Dr. N found someone with a Stephen King book under the school desk, even though Nothing New in the West was in the curriculum. But his anger was rather mild, for everyone had no book under the seat at all, except … Read more

Bond, Punk and Paddington: How Elizabeth II became the Queen of Pop

Bond, Punk and Paddington How Elizabeth II became the Queen of Pop Written by Marcus Leibold 9/9/2022, 8:13 am Sung by the Beatles and parodied by Andy Warhol and portrayed by Helen Mirren, the Queen became a pop culture icon during her long tenure. She has also shown her sense of humor in recent years. … Read more

“Good cinema soldier”: Werner Herzog – crazy, controversial, cult

“Good cinematic soldier” Werner Herzog – crazy, controversial, cult 05/09/2022 09:51 AM Born in Bavaria, Werner Herzog became famous for being a world traveler with his camera: he encountered director Klaus Kinski in the South American jungle and the grizzly bears of Alaska. His life story could fill volumes. He finds touching stories in remote … Read more

Crazy, Controversial, Cult: Werner Herzog Wants to Be a “Good Movie Soldier”.

Crazy, controversial, cult Werner Herzog wants to be a “good cinematic soldier”. 05/09/2022 09:51 AM Born in Bavaria, Werner Herzog became famous for being a world traveler with his camera: he encountered director Klaus Kinski in the South American jungle and the grizzly bears of Alaska. His life story could fill volumes. He finds touching … Read more

Venice Film Festival Showcases Roman Gavras’ Great “Athens” Culture

The city of Paris, a police station. In front of a crowd of suburban kids and a few adults. Her anger had reached boiling point, and there was no time left for contact. A video is circulating showing that a teenager has died at the hands of the police again. His older brother demands that … Read more

X_VARIABLE | DISTANCE / ZOOM – Nora Muskering’s Movie Alphabet: Special: Artechock

I put a new cooling pad under my laptop and separate, as best I can, author and book, fact and fiction, watch the trailer By Nora Muskering One should follow small dashed lines to an X. There will be something, preferably a pot of gold. An X indicates the spot. Sometimes you can find an … Read more