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Collections of non-English language videos are showcased here. Find an Italian blog, a set of films by the German director Lutz Mommartz, and a collection of French Canadian films created by amateur filmmakers. Many of these videos are available for free download.


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German Cinema from Lutz Mommartz
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Production Manager: Ulli Kratzsch Eddie Constantine obtaines by the Tribunal the opportunity to lead a better live, with that not only he but the whole film fails. Music: Astor Piazzolla Camera: Lutz Mommartz, Martin Schäfer, Dieter Fietzke, Jürgen F. Hagemann Sound: Herbert Baumann, Jürgen Zech Makeup artist: Marie-Luise Engel Cooperation: Georg Bühren, Wolfgang Braden, Walter Foelske, Jürgen Kuhfuß Edition: Ina Rasche Actors: Eddie Constantine, Maya Faber-Jansen, Detlef F. Neufert,...
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Topics: Lutz Mommartz, German experimental Cinema, Eddi Constantine, Dieter Fietzke, Jürgen F. Hagemann,...
Featuring Jurgen Kuhfuss Meiterinnen and Andreas Dahmen vom Mieterverein. An attempt by the film maker himself to make himself useful in the tenant solidarity movement against mass dismissals.
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Topics: Lutz Mommartz, German experimental Cinema, Jurgen Kuhfuss
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With Reinhold Ohngemach, Peter Franke, the Conrads‘ and Jürgen Kuhfuß. Two actors have a conversation about surplus and unemployment using the DKP catechism while adjusting the valves of their Renault 4.
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Topics: Lutz Mommartz, German experimental Cinema, Reinhold Ohngemach, Peter Franke, Jürgen Kuhfuß
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With Jürgen Kuhfuß "Monuments" is an attack on the meaning of monuments, here in Düsseldorf / Germany. And then suddenly a film with a recognizable concept was shown, an attack on the Monument Forest in Düsseldorf from imperialist and fascist days, along with the call to replace the monuments with memorials for the victims from these bloody times. That was a debatable attempt to make visible and attack the "Unresolved past". (PETER STEINHART, RP, 6.4.72)
Topics: Lutz Mommartz, German experimental Cinema, Jürgen Kuhfuß