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Night of the Filmmakers
From the director of Heimat, a mini-epic about the history of German cinema.
Documentary 1995 51 mins
Director: Edgar Reitz
This documentary brings together an imaginary assembly of German filmmakers, including Volker Schlöndorff, Helma Sanders-Brahms, Margarethe von Trotta, Frank Beyer, Wolfgang Kohlhasse, Peter Schamoni, Leni Reifenstahl, Wim Wenders and Werner Herzog.
Night of the filmmakers (1994, 52 mins., English commentary) directed by Edgar Reitz, produced for BFI TV by Edgar Reitz Filmproduktions in association with ZDF, Arte and Premiere.
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