Hanna Schygulla im Mysterienspiel „Le Martyre de Saint Sébastien“

Am 3. Novemberin der Berliner Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtnis-Kirche Die Sing-Akademie zu Berlin präsentiert zum 150. Geburtstag des Komponisten Claude Debussy das Oratorium Le Martyre de Saint Sébastien nach einer Textvorlage von Gabriele d’Annunzio. In der Rolle des Heiligen Sebastian wird Hanna Schygulla zu sehen sein. Der Regisseur Christian Filips hat das Stück unter der musikalischen Leitung von (…)

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40 years ago: RWF‘s EIGHT HOURS ARE NOT A DAY

Stories about workers determined to use their own initiative On October 29, 1972, the first part of Fassbinder’s five-part family series flickered across West German TV screens. Over the next months, the public broadcaster ARD showed all five episodes, in each case on a Saturday evening in the prime-time slot: I. Jochen and Marion, (October (…)

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HANDS ON FASSBINDER – #5 TELEVISION STORIES

On October 27 and 28 with lectures and discussions in Berlin The series of events taking place in 2012 under the umbrella title of HANDS ON FASSBINDER is a collective project mounted by the German film journal REVOLVER, the Collegium Hungaricum Berlin (.CHB), the Berlin cinema Zeughauskino, the RWFF and the German Federal Agency for (…)

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Fox and His Friends on stage in Cologne

From October 25, 2012 in the Freies Werkstatt Theater The stage version of Fox and His Friends (Faustrecht der Freiheit) based on the original film script by Rainer Werner Fassbinder (with collaboration by Christian Hohoff) was first performed in Heidelberg in 2009. It deals with the impossibility of buying one’s way into a certain group (…)

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Irm Hermann turns 70

Currently performing at the Komische Oper and the Volksbühne in Berlin On October 4, the actress born Irmgard Hermann in Munich in 1942 joins the “70s club.” This year also sees her continuing to expand her already wide spectrum of roles in theater, radio, television and film. She can currently be seen in two Berlin (…)

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