Science · Fiction · Film
Science fiction is booming. Huge budgets and box office receipts are testament to the rise of the genre. The infinite vastness of space, landings on other planets, encounters with aliens and technical and scientific progress are popular themes. As with the initial hype in the 1950s, the films contain many references to social themes.
This exhibition catalogue provides an overview of the genre and the reasons for its current success. It features previously unpublished images and exclusive photographs of works and stills from the international film history. Engagingly-written essays and several interviews with renowned experts complete the book and create an entertaining and reflective gateway to the science fiction genre.
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25 × 29 cm
205 colored and 15 b/w illustrations
Kristina Jaspers, Nils Warnecke, Gerlinde Waz
Marcus Becker, Beatrice Behn, Marc Bonner, Rolf Giesen, Kristina Jaspers, Tim Lindemann, Georg Simbeni, Vera Thomas, Nils Warnecke, Gerlinde Waz Interviews with: Jacques Arnould, Monika Bauert, Manfred Hild, Lars Lundström, Arthur Max, Ulrich Walter, Christopher Welch
Exhibition: “Things to Come. Science · Fiction · Film”, June 30, 2016– May 14, 2017, Deutsche Kinemathek – Museum für Film und Fernsehen, Berlin