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Exhibition "Stanley Kubrick"

Stanley Kubrick


Deutsches Filmmuseum

 

Exhibitions of the Deutsches Filmmuseum on tour

 

H.R. Giger. Kunst - Design - Film
H.R. Giger The exhibition presents, for the first time worldwide, a comprehensive selection of the film-related works of H.R. Giger. The artist himself was closely involved in its planning. Central areas of the show are dedicated to ALIEN, ALIEN3, POLTERGEIST II, and SPECIES.
30 January - 5 April 2010, Tampere Art Museum, Finnland
21 January - 26 July 2009, Deutsches Filmmuseum
   
   
Anime! High Art - Pop Culture
Anime

Classics by Tezuka Osamu as Astro Boy, popular TV series like Heidi or Sailor Moon, international blockbusters like Akira and Princess Mononoke, as well as computer games like Final Fantasy or Pokémon are in the focus of this exhibition, which showcases rare cels, sketches and 3D objects.

27 February - 3 August 2008

Frankfurt, Germany: Deutsches Filmmuseum

(premiering presentation)


8 October 2008 - 22 February 2009

Humlebaek, Denmark: Louisiana Museum of Modern Art


14 May - 23 Aug 2009

Los Angeles, USA: Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences


8 Oct 2009 - 10 Jan 2010

Ghent, Belgium: Caermersklooster / Flanders Film Festival


>> further venues in planning <<

   
   
STANLEY KUBRICK

Stanley Kubrick

Stanley Kubrick is one of the most outstanding directors in film history. For the first time worldwide, the Deutsches Filmmuseum and the Deutsches Architektur Museum in Frankfurt am Main present a major exhibition on his work. more...

31 March - 4 July 2004

Frankfurt, Germany: Deutsches Filmmuseum and Deutsches Architekturmuseum (premiering presentation)

>> Photo Gallery


20 January - 18 April 2005

Berlin, Germany: Martin-Gropius-Bau

>>Virtual tour

 

25 November 2005 - 29 January 2006

Melbourne, Australia: Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI)

>> Photo Gallery

 

5 October 2006 - 7 January 2007

Ghent, Belgium: Caermersklooster

>> Photo Gallery

 

6 October 2007 - 6 January 2008

Zurich, Switzerland: Kulturhaus SihlCity

 

26 Apr - 2 September 2007

Rome, Italy: Palazzo delle Esposizioni

>> Photo Gallery

 

>> further venues in planning <<

       
KARL VALENTIN

Valentin

The exhibition is devoted to Karl Valentin, a comedian, cabaret artist, author and film producer from Bavaria born in 1882. A comprehensive look is taken at his multi-faceted work and the uses he made of various media. The exhibition thereby extends the "usual" portrayal of him as a comedian.

11 July - 11 November 2007

Frankfurt, Germany: Deutsches Filmmuseum

(premiering presentation)


25 January - 21 April 2008

Berlin, Germany: Martin-Gropius-Bau


14 October 2008 - 18 January 2009

Munich, Germany: Theatermuseum München


   
   
MARIA SCHELL
Maria Schell

The exhibition on Maria Schell provides insight in the work as well as the estate of one of the most productive and internationally acclaimed actresses of the German post-war era.

 

31 January - 17 June 2007

Frankfurt, Germany: Deutsches Filmmuseum

(premiering presentation)


15 July - 28 October 2008

Austria: Schloss Wolfsberg

   
   
DAS BOOT Revisited
DAS BOOT

In 2006, the world premiere of the internationally most successful German film based on the novel of Lothar-Günther Buchheim had his 25th anniversary. Director Wolfgang Petersen tells the story of the U 96 in World War II. The exhibition gives detailed insight in the production process as well as the national and international reception.

19 September 2006 - 7 January 2007

Frankfurt, Germany: Deutsches Filmmuseum

(premiering presentation)

 

16 November 2007 – 24 February 2008
Bonn, Germany: Haus der Geschichte

   

 

For further information, please contact:

 

Deutsches Filminstitut - DIF e.V.
Deutsches Filmmuseum
Mr. Hans-Peter Reichmann
Deputy Director
Schaumainkai 41
60596 Frankfurt am Main
Germany

 

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