FILMMAKERS LIVE: NEW GERMAN CINEMA: IS YOUR FATHER’S CINEMA DEAD AGAIN?
The system of film subsidies in Germany, as we know it today, was a product of the Oberhausen Manifesto of 1962. Yet one of the manifesto's best-known spokespersons, Edgar Reitz, is now certain that today's German cinema no longer has anything in common with the goals set back then. How can German cinema be better (funded)?
A talk between Edgar Reitz and Maria Köpf, moderated by Urs Spörri.
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