German History in Feature Films
Television, cinema, and the Internet accompany, intensify, initiate, and guide public debates on topics and individuals in contemporary history. As an enthralling and emotionally touching treatment of facts and fiction, feature films in particular have the power to shape society’s awareness of history. The focus is on selected cinema and television productions since 1945, which are structured according to seven thematic areas: Holocaust, resistance, World War II, escape/displacement/integration, economic miracle, left-wing terrorism, and East Germany in film after 1989.
The publication is supplemented by short texts by and interviews with actors, directors, producers, and academic consultants.
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273 colored and 124 b/w illustrations
Stiftung Haus der Geschichte der Bundesrepublik Deutschland
Frank Bösch, Johanna Dietrich, Alexander Hallasch, Hans Walter Hütter, Judith Kruse, Mark Laux, Christian Peters, Silke Satjukow, Angela Schwarz, Hans-Joachim Westholt
JahnDesign Thomas Jahn, Erpel/Rhein
Exhibition: „Inszeniert. Deutsche Geschichte im Spielfilm“, June 2016 - January 2017, Haus der Geschichte der Bundesrepublik Deutschland, Bonn, March 2017 - October 2017, Zeitgeschichtliches Forum Leipzig