Alexander Kluge

Alexander Kluge

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Birthday: Feb 14, 1932

Birthplace: Halberstadt, Germany

Kluge is the "godfather" of New German Cinema. As one of the originators (some say the driving force) of the 1962 Oberhausen Manifesto, Kluge urged young filmmakers to rebel against the moribund German film establishment. Originally trained as a lawyer, he has written widely about aesthetic theory, film and economics, and as head of the Institut fur Filmgestaltung in Ulm, he shaped the talents and consciousness of Wim Wenders and Edgar Reitz, among others. His own films, marked by an acerbic wit, satirize political incongruities through avant-garde editing and narrative techniques.

Filmography

Movies

Credit
No Score Yet No Score Yet Orphea Director,
Writer,
Producer
- 2020
No Score Yet No Score Yet Grapes of Trust Director - 2014
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Power of Emotion Director,
Screenwriter,
Producer
- 1983
No Score Yet 67% Part-Time Work of a Domestic Slave Director - 1973
No Score Yet No Score Yet A Woman of Means, Class of 1908 Director,
Screenwriter
- 1973
No Score Yet 78% Farewell From Yesterday Director,
Writer,
Producer
- 1966
No Score Yet No Score Yet Brutality in Stone Director,
Screenwriter,
Producer
- 1961

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