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Der Hauptvorwurf war, Lorenz habe den Film bei der digitalen Abtastung aufgehellt. Hinzu kamen sorgfältige Recherchen des Autors Tilman Jens für einen Filmbeitrag in der Fernsehsendung Kulturzeit , die nahelegten, dass die Behauptungen gegen Lorenz und die RWFF nicht zutreffend waren.
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The Counselor. TV Series Self - The Hurt Locker Related Videos. In , aged eighteen, Fassbinder returned to Munich with plans to attend night school with the idea to eventually study drama.
Following his mother's advice, he took acting lessons and from to attended the Fridl-Leonhard Studio for actors in Munich. To gain entry to the Berlin Film School , Fassbinder submitted a film version of his play Parallels.
He returned to Munich where he continued with his writing. He also made two short films, The City Tramp Der Stadtstreicher , and The Little Chaos Das Kleine Chaos , Shot in black and white , they were financed by Fassbinder's lover, Christoph Roser, an aspiring actor, in exchange for leading roles.
In the latter, his mother — under the name of Lilo Pempeit — played the first of many parts in her son's films.
Fassbinder joined the Munich Action-Theater in ; there, he was active as actor, director and scriptwriter. After two months he became the company's leader.
In April he directed the premiere production of his play Katzelmacher , which tells the story of a foreign worker from Greece who becomes the object of intense racial, sexual, and political hatred among a group of Bavarian slackers.
A few weeks later, in May , the Action-Theater was disbanded after its theater was wrecked by one of its founders, jealous of Fassbinder's growing power within the group.
This close-knit group of young actors included among them Fassbinder, Peer Raben , Harry Baer and Kurt Raab , who along with Hanna Schygulla and Irm Hermann became the most important members of his cinematic stock company.
In the space of eighteen months he directed twelve plays. Of these twelve plays, four were written by Fassbinder; he rewrote five others.
The style of his stage directing closely resembled that of his early films, a mixture of choreographed movement and static poses, taking its cues not from the traditions of stage theater, but from musicals, cabaret, films and the student protest movement.
After he made his earliest feature films in , Fassbinder centered his efforts in his career as film director, but maintained an intermittent foothold in the theater until his death.
He worked in various productions throughout Germany and made a number of radio plays in the early s. In Fassbinder took directorial control over the Theater am Turm TAT of Frankfurt; when this project ended in failure and controversy, Fassbinder became less interested in theater.
Fassbinder used his theatrical work as a springboard for making films; and many of the Anti-Theater actors and crew worked with him throughout his entire career for instance, he made 20 films each with actresses Hanna Schygulla and Irm Herrmann.
He was strongly influenced by Brecht's Verfremdungseffekt alienation effect and the French New Wave cinema, particularly the works of Jean-Luc Godard.
Because he knew his actors and technicians so well, Fassbinder was able to complete as many as four or five films per year on extremely low budgets.
This allowed him to compete successfully for the government grants needed to continue making films. Unlike the other major auteurs of the New German Cinema, Volker Schlöndorff , Werner Herzog and Wim Wenders , who started out making movies, Fassbinder's stage background was evident throughout his work.
Additionally, he learned how to handle all phases of production, from writing and acting to direction and theater management. This versatility surfaced in his films too where, in addition to some of the aforementioned responsibilities, Fassbinder served as composer, production designer, cinematographer, producer and editor.
He also appeared in thirty projects of other directors. By , Fassbinder had gained international prominence, prizes at major film festivals , premieres and retrospectives in Paris, New York and Los Angeles, and a study of his work by Tony Rayns had been published.
All these factors helped make him a familiar name among cinephiles and campus audiences throughout the world. He lived in Munich when not traveling, rented a house in Paris with ex-wife Ingrid Caven.
His films were a fixture in art houses of the time after he became internationally known with Ali: Fear Eats the Soul.
In , he was a member of the jury at the 27th Berlin International Film Festival. Starting at the age of 21, Fassbinder made forty-four films and television dramas in fifteen years, along with directing fifteen plays for the theatre.
These films were largely written or adapted for the screen by Fassbinder. He was also art director on most of the early films, editor or co-editor on many of them often credited as Franz Walsh, though the spelling varies , and he acted in nineteen of his own films as well as for other directors.
He wrote and directed four radio plays and wrote song lyrics. In addition, he wrote thirty-three screenplays and collaborated with other screenwriters on thirteen more.
On top of this, he occasionally performed many other roles such as cinematographer and producer on a small number of them.
Working with a regular ensemble of actors and technicians, he was able to complete films ahead of schedule and often under budget and thus compete successfully for government subsidies.
He worked fast, typically omitting rehearsals and going with the first take. Fassbinder's first ten films — were said to be an extension of his work in the theater, shot usually with a static camera and with deliberately unnaturalistic dialogue.
In through , his films brought him international attention, with films modeled, to ironic effect, on the melodramas Douglas Sirk made in Hollywood in the s.
In these films, Fassbinder explored how deep-rooted prejudices about race, sex, sexual orientation , politics and class are inherent in society, while also tackling his trademark subject of the everyday fascism of family life and friendship.
The final films, from around until his death, were more varied, with international actors sometimes used and the stock company disbanded, although the casts of some films were still filled with Fassbinder regulars.
He also articulated his themes in the bourgeois milieu with his trilogy about women in post- fascist Germany: The Marriage of Maria Braun , The Angst of Veronica Voss and Lola.
But I hope in the end it will be a house. Fassbinder's work as a filmmaker was honored in the exhibition Fassbinder: Berlin Alexanderplatz , which was organized by Klaus Biesenbach at the Museum of Contemporary Art together with Kunst-Werke Institute for Contemporary Art , Berlin.
Working simultaneously in theater and film, Fassbinder created his own style from a fusion of the two artforms. His ten early films are characterized by a self-conscious and assertive formalism.
Influenced by Jean-Luc Godard , Jean-Marie Straub and the theories of Bertolt Brecht , these films are austere and minimalist in style.
Although praised by many critics, they proved too demanding and inaccessible for a mass audience. Fassbinder's rapid working methods had begun by this stage.
Shot in black and white with a shoestring budget in April , Fassbinder's first feature-length film, Love Is Colder Than Death Liebe ist kälter als der Tod , was a deconstruction of the American gangster films of the s, s and s.
Fassbinder plays the lead role of Franz, a small-time pimp who is torn between his mistress Joanna, a prostitute played by Hanna Schygulla, and his friend Bruno, a gangster sent after Franz by the syndicate that he has refused to join.
Joanna informs the police of a bank robbery the two men have planned. Bruno is killed in the shootout, but Franz and Joanna escape.
Love Is Colder Than Death is a low key film with muted tone, long sequences, non-naturalistic acting and little dialogue.
Love Is Colder Than Death was ill-received at its premiere at the Berlin Film Festival. The film, however, already displays the themes that were to remain present through the director's subsequent work: loneliness, the longing for companionship and love, and the fear and reality of betrayal.
Fassbinder's second film, Katzelmacher , Bavarian pejorative slang term for a foreign worker from the Mediterranean , was received more positively, garnering five prizes after its debut at Mannheim.
It features a group of rootless and bored young couples who spend much of their time in idle chatter, empty boasting, drinking, playing cards, intriguing or simply sitting around.
The arrival of Jorgos, a guest worker from Greece, leads to a growing curiosity on the part of the women and the antagonism among the men living in a suburban block of apartments in Munich.
Katzelmacher was adapted from Fassbinder's first produced play — a short piece that was expanded from forty minutes to feature length, moving the action from a country village to Munich and delaying the appearance of Jorgos.
Gods of the Plague Götter der Pest is a bleak gangster film with a winter setting, shot mostly indoors and at night.
The character of Franz from Fassbinder's first film, but now played by Harry Baer is released from prison, but falls back with the wrong crowd.
He teams up with his best friend, a black Bavarian criminal who killed his brother, to raid a supermarket. Both men are betrayed by Franz's jilted lover Joanna who tips off the police.
Franz is killed, and the film ends at his laconic funeral. Similar in plot and characters to both Love is Colder than Death and The American Soldier , Gods of the Plague ' s theme of homoerotic love would reappear repeatedly in the director's films.
The last of the four films Fassbinder shot in , was his first in color, Why Does Herr R. Run Amok? Warum läuft Herr R. It was co-directed by Michael Fengler the friend who had been his cameraman on the short film The little Chaos in Only the outlines of the scenes were sketched by Fassbinder.
Fengler and the cast then improvised the dialogue. Fassbinder asserted that this was really Fengler's work rather than his.
Nevertheless, the two were jointly given a directorial award for the project in the German Film prize competition, and Why Does Herr R.
Why Does Herr R. The pressures of middle-class life take a toll on him. A visit by a woman neighbor occasions the incident that gives the film its title.
Irritated by the incessant chat between his wife and her friend while he tries to watch TV, Herr Raab kills the neighbor with a blow to the head with a candle stick and then kills both his wife and their son.
Herr Raab is later found hanged in an office restroom. The main theme of the gangster film The American Soldier Der Amerikanische Soldat is that violence is an expression of frustrated love.
A sudden frenzied outburst of repressed passion, the revelation of desire and a need for love that has been thwarted and comes too late is central here.
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