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Kuhle Wampe : oder, Wem gehört die Welt

Author: Slatan DudowBertolt BrechtErnst OttwaltWilli MünzenbergHanns EislerAll authors
Publisher: Amherst, Mass. : DEFA Film Library, University of Massachusetts Amherst, 2008.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : GermanView all editions and formats
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At the height of the Depression, Anni and her parents are evicted from their Berlin home and sent to Kuhle Wampe, a camp that now accommodates the ever-growing numbers of the dispossessed. The only Communist film to come out of Weimar Germany, Kuhle Wampe was swiftly banned upon Hitler's rise to power. The film is followed by a video essay by Andrew Höllering, son of the co-producer.
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Genre/Form: Feature films
Experimental films
Fiction films
Drama
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Slatan Dudow; Bertolt Brecht; Ernst Ottwalt; Willi Münzenberg; Hanns Eisler; Günther Krampf; George Hoellering; Robert Scharfenberg; Martha Wolter; Lili Schönborn; Adolf Fischer; Herta Thiele; Ernst Busch; University of Massachusetts at Amherst. DEFA Film Library.; Praesens Films.; Prometheus Film (Firm).
OCLC Number: 298414605
Language Note: In German with English subtitles.
Notes: Originally produced as a motion picture in 1932.
New digitally restored transfer of the original 1932 film. Improved English subtitles, supervised by Brecht scholar Marc Silberman. Discovered in the archives! : How the Berlin worker lives (1930)-Slatan Dudow, a film essay about a Marxist artist (1974)-Original Film prologue with Herbert Jhering (1958). Before and after restoring 'Kuhle Wampe'. At the hairdresser's with Brecht and Dudow, from a 1981 interview by film historian Ralf Schenk. 'On Kuhle Wampe', an essay by Marc Silberman. 'The second life of Kuhle Wampe', by Wolfgang Klaue. Biographies & Filmographies.
Credits: Music, Hanns Eisler ; camera, Günther Krampf.
Cast: Hertha Thiele, Martha Wolter, Lili Schönborn, Ernst Busch, Adolf Fischer, Max Sablotzki, Alfred Schäfer.
Target Audience: Not rated.
Description: 1 videodisc (ca. 70 min.) : sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD.
Other Titles: Wem gehört die Welt
To whom does the world belong?
Kuhle Wampe, or who owns the world?
Who owns the world?
Responsibility: Praesens Film, Prometheus Film, DEFA Film ; written by Bertolt Brecht, Ernst Ottwald ; directed by Slatan Dudow ; produced by Willi Münzenberg.

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At the height of the Depression, Anni and her parents are evicted from their Berlin home and sent to Kuhle Wampe, a camp that now accommodates the ever-growing numbers of the dispossessed. The only Communist film to come out of Weimar Germany, Kuhle Wampe was swiftly banned upon Hitler's rise to power. The film is followed by a video essay by Andrew Höllering, son of the co-producer.

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