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COFIB: The End

This weekend, the very last edition of the COFIB film seminars in Neerpelt took place. The seminar focused on great ‚last films‘.

Afgelopen weekend vond in het Dommelhof te Neerpelt het COFIB*-weekend plaats, een filmseminarie dat een cinefiel publiek uit Vlaanderen en Nederland verzamelt om zeven films en vier lezingen bij te wonen. 182 weitere Wörter

Cinema

Film of the Week: Ali Fear Eats the Soul

In Ali Fear Eats the Soul, Rainer Fassbinder brings to the fore the social tensions of a post-WWII Germany, rendering it in the everyday lives of the film’s outcast couple, Emmi (Brigitte Mira) a 60-years old German widow and Ali (El Hedi ben Salem) a 40-years old Moroccan immigrant. 190 weitere Wörter

Film Of The Week

Stephen Sutcliffe: Work from the Collection // Gallery 3

Work from the Collection opened last Thursday evening and is an exhibition by the Glasgow-based artist Stephen Sutcliffe. Glasgow Museums purchased five works by Sutcliffe for the City’s collection in 2013 but this is the first time the wall drawing, photograph and films are being exhibited in the gallery. 148 weitere Wörter

Gallery Of Modern Art

Rainer Werner Fassbinder's soap opera - ACHT STUNDEN SIND KEIN TAG/8 HOURS DON'T MAKE A DAY - out on dual format dvd/Blu Ray

ACHT STUNDEN SIND KEIN TAG/8 HOURS DON’T MAKE A DAY (15) 1973 GERMANY FASSBINDER, RAINER WERNER DUAL FORMAT DVD/BLU RAY £58.99
All five feature-length episodes of this working-class soap opera centred on the Krüger family, focussing on skilled worker Jochen and his new girlfriend, Marion (Hanna Schygulla) 147 weitere Wörter

German Cinema

World on a Wire (1973)

After I had seen Logan’s Run for the first time around five years ago, I stumbled upon this film in the related films section on Rotten Tomatoes, a site which describes this as „a satiric and surreal look at the weird world of tomorrow from one of cinema’s kinkiest geniuses“. 460 weitere Wörter

Sci-fi

Film Score Friday #7: "The American Soldier" (1970)

Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s untimely death in 1982 was widely viewed, both at the time and in later years, as the death knell for the (quantitatively and qualitatively) resurgent West German film scene of the 1970s that later came to be known as the New German Cinema. 2.986 weitere Wörter

Film