This recording, originally filmed on video on May 27, 1985, is of the media collage Herakles (Hercules) that was part of the Dresden International Music Festival program Klanghaus, Zeitzeichen II.
This film documents the meeting of two painters – the older artist in front of the camera demonstrates his work to the younger artist behind the camera.
German Studies scholar Claudia Sandberg and filmmaker Alejandro Areal Vélez worked together to make this documentary that explores film-historical relations between Chile and East Germany.
In the first part of Peter Roch's Lusatian trilogy, a fairy tale is transformed into a parable about threats to the environment.
The first Hirde Dyama National Festival of Culture of the Republic of Guinea was held in March 1970 in the country's capital city of Conakry.
Kate Dollenmayer, Audiovisual Archivist at The Wende Museum in Los Angeles, is screening four super-8mm home movies by GDR amateur filmmakers during our 2015 Summer Film Institute.
A filmic portrait of a family torn apart by the turmoil of world history between Germany, Mozambique and South Africa, at the center of which is the Afro-German mother Sarah.
This short documentary, meant to be the first in a series on current issues, was Slatan Dudow’s first film. As it turned out, it was also the only one made for the series. Dudow shot his film in the streets and courtyards of depression-era Berlin.
This documentary reports on a German-German automobile race at the Saxon Ring racetrack. In addition to descriptions of the development and production of race cars at the Eisenach Motor Works, race car drivers Artur Rosenhammer and Edgar Barth are also profiled.