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- DescriptionRomuald Karmakar's work in the fields of fiction and documentary holds a unique place in European film. It also stands in clear opposition to the dominant ways of the German film industry - both aesthetically and in its head-on treatment of several sore spots in German history. Time and again the 45-year-old director has engaged with impossible characters and borderline subjects: mercenaries, a torious Nazi speech, the terror of being in a relationship, an imprisoned serial killer, or what it means to truly experience electronic and tech music. The book presents Karmakar's work in its entirety for the first time. It includes a 130-page essay by Olaf M?ller, several conversations with the artist, an antated filmography, and selected writings by Romuald Karmakar, including a number of unproduced treatments.
- Author BiographyOlaf M?ller (* 1971), based in Cologne/Germany, is an independent film expert, author, curator and European editor of Film Comment. His books include other works in this series, on John Cook, Michael Pilz, and Dominik Graf. Michael Omasta (* 1964) is a film historian and the film editor for the Austrian weekly Falter. He has (co-)edited several books, on Peter Lorre, Carl Mayer, Claire Denis, Film Noir, and Alexander Hammid, among others.
- Author(s)Hartmut Geerken,Michael Omasta,Olaf Moller,Romuald Karmakar
- PublisherSynema Gesellschaft Fur Film u. Medien
- Date of Publication30/07/2013
- SubjectMusic & Dance
- Place of PublicationVienna
- Country of PublicationAustria
- ImprintSynema Gesellschaft Fur Film u. Medien
- Content Noteblack & white illustrations
- Weight566 g
- Width170 mm
- Height200 mm
- Spine29 mm
- Edition StatementGerman ed
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