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Temporary Exhibitions

 

Since its establishment the Deutsches Filmmuseum has presented more than 180 exhibitions concerned in detail with issues of film history, the cultural and social aspects of the medium as well as individual persons – such as directors, actors, set designers etc. The fundamental concept includes a comprehensive accompanying series of film screenings for each exhibition at our in-house cinema. Our archive departments and individual collections are also integrated in the preparation of individual exhibitions. Catalogues have been published for most of the past exhibitions.

 

 

A brief selection of past exhibitions:

 

  • Muppets, Monsters and Magic - The World of Jim Henson (1987)
  • 100 Years Charles Spencer Chaplin (1989)
  • Between Yesterday and Tomorrow. West-German Post-War Films 1946-1962 (1989)
  • A Farewell to Yesterday. Films of the Sixties and Seventies in the Federal Republic of Germany (1991)
  • Sergej Eisenstein in the Context of the Russian Avantgarde 1920-1925 (1992)
  • Optical poetry: Oskar Fischinger (1993)
  • Sound & vision. Music Videos and Film Art (1993)
  • Volker Schlöndorff. From DER JUNGE TÖRLESS to DER UNHOLD (1996)
  • The Architecture of Film: Set Designs from Metropolis to Blade Runner (1996)
  • Admired Persecuted Forgotten - Actors as Victims of the Nazi Regime (1998)
  • Romy Schneider (1999)
  • Obsessions: The Nightmare Factory of Alfred Hitchcock (2000)
  • Audrey Hepburn - A Woman, the Style (2001)
  • Ken Adam. Visionary Worlds (2002)
  • Akira Kurosawa (2003/04)
  • Stanley Kubrick (2004)
  • Stop Motion - The Fantastic World of Puppet Animation (2005)
  • DAS BOOT Revisited (2006)
  • Maria Schell (2007)
  • ANIME! High Art - Pop Culture (2008)
  • HR Giger: Art, Design, Film (2009)

 

 

Contact:

 

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

 

Tel: +49-69-96 12 20 302
Fax: +49-69-96 12 20 339

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