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Weimar Cinema: KUHLE WAMPE ODER: WEM GEHÖRT DIE WELT? ZEITPROBLEME: WIE DER ARBEITER WOHNT EP 010

December 12 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

The German Department Presents:
Film Screening and Discussion
KUHLE WAMPE ODER: WEM
GEHÖRT DIE WELT? [KUHL E
WAMPE (OR WHO OWNS THE
WORLD?)]
SLATAN DUDOW, 1931; 71 MINS
A polemical left -wing treatment
of Weimar labor politics, this
“milestone of political cinema”
is here presented in a restored
print in German with English
Subtitles; Screenplay by Bertolt
Brecht; & Ernst Ottwald; original
soundtrack by Hanns Eisler.
Preceded by
ZEITPROBLEME: WIE DER
ARBEITER WOHNT [ISSUES OF
THE TIME: HOW THE WORKER LIVES]
SLATAN DUDOW; 1930; 12 MINS
One of the first examples of the
“proletarian reportage films,” this
documentary short exposes the
miserable living conditions in the
working class tenements of Berlin.
In German with simultaneous
English translation.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

Details

Date:
December 12
Time:
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Organizers

The Department Of German
Tom Levin

Venue

East Pyne Hall 010