Berlin Wintergarten (1895) to Babelsberg, Potsdam (1940)

Wednesday 22 January 2020, 1.00PM to 3.00pm

Representative of the German cinematographic industry, both locations confirmed the potential of a new mass media experience globally. Career opportunities established film directors, whilst their imaginations and creativity were to draw upon the talent of artists, musicians and technicians hitherto ‘undiscovered’. The fertile ground of change in politics, economics, society and entertainment was influential in shaping the future role of cinema, in Germany, the Weimar era being explicitly reflective. Censorship, however, determined by the Berlin Reichsfilmkammer was exacting! Regardless, the legacy of innovative cinema was ‘exported’ to Hollywood.

Tutor: Clifton Stockdale BA LCP MEd PhD AcDip

  • Term: Spring
  • Day: Wednesday
  • Start Date: 22 January 2020
  • Time: 1-3pm
  • No. of weeks: 8
  • Full fee: £65

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