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    Zu Gast im filmkunst 66 (II)

    By Dorothea Holloway | March 11, 2015

    In Anwesenheit von Ulrike Schamoni gab es am 9. März auf Einladung von Tanja und Regina Ziegler einen ganz besonderen Film im filmkunst 66: Eins (1971) von und mit Ulrich Schamoni, mit Meister Igor Luther an der Kamera und Schnittmeisterin Heidi Genee.

    1979 schrieb Ron Holloway:

    The youngest of Schamoni brothers, Ulrich Schamoni was the most successful as
    a film director and proved that New German Cinema could also be commercially viable. In his shorts he had a contagious sense of humor: Hollywood in Deblatschka Pescara (1965) records the creative chaos among thousands of extras on the 53rd day of shooting Henry Levin’s Genghis Khan on the Plains of Yugoslavia, and Curly Locks (1967 made under pseudonym) parodied a free-wheeling Oberhausen public-selection of German entries by producing for the gallery a deadpan “socially engaged” documentary on the “trials and troubles” of a bald-headed man. Ulrich Schamoni’s feature films: It (1965) , Every Year Again (1967), Quartet in Bed (1968), We Two (1970), and Chapeau Claque (1974).

    Eins ist ein reines Vergnügen und wirklich unterhaltsam, was beim “German Film” nicht zu oft vorkommt.

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