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(247) 6.8 95 min 2018

Vom Bauen der Zukunft - 100 Jahre Bauhaus is a movie starring Torsten Blume, Rosan Bosch, and Alfredo Brillembourg. The Bauhaus art and architecture school was founded 100 years ago. Through its history, we tackle the question of...

Starring
Rosan Bosch, Alfredo Brillembourg, Jean-Marc Drut, Torsten Blume
Genres
Documentary
Director
Niels Bolbrinker, Thomas Tielsch

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary
Director Niels Bolbrinker, Thomas Tielsch
Writer Thomas Tielsch, Niels Bolbrinker
Stars Rosan Bosch, Alfredo Brillembourg, Jean-Marc Drut, Torsten Blume
Country Germany
Also Known As Bauhaus Spirit, A construção do futuro: 100 anos da Bauhaus, Duch Bauhausu, Bauhaus Spirit - 100 anni di Bauhaus, Bauhaus: De la Construcción del Futuro, バウハウス・スピリット, Espíritu Bauhaus - 100 años, Bauhaus Spirit: 100 Years of Bauhaus
Runtime 1H 35M
Description The Bauhaus art and architecture school was founded 100 years ago. Through its history, we tackle the question of how architecture can ensure that people live better together and participate in everyday life.

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Saturday, 21 Nov 2020 20:04

As the film opens, we are in the early 80's. The filmmaker is shown interviewing several German athletes who are doing something quite different from the normal sort of sport. In the beginning, we are introduced to the "Golden Generation" and some of their young stars. It's then revealed that the sport that these athletes play is not a traditional "ball and chain" type of sport, but a form of soccer that is based on the principle that the ball has to bounce off the end of the opponent's head. The rules of the sport are explained and explained again, and finally a group of coaches lead by an old man speak about the idea of developing the sport to be more realistic. When the first race comes around, we are introduced to the German "Panzers", a team made up of young men and women that is going to compete in a tournament. While there, we learn that the sport has been introduced to Germany in the early 70's, and in this period, the German public took a liking to the sport, but then they were banned by the government due to their high levels of abuse. Then we learn that the Panzers are at the same time motivated by a desire to prove that they can succeed at the Olympic level, and are using it as a way of getting the attention of the German public. The film then follows the young women in their preparations for the tournament, and the sport itself. I have to admit that I was a bit surprised to see that in the final we see a group of Panzers compete in a group match, where the players just stand there and do nothing but look at each other. It seems like an odd and awkward moment to me, as I know the Panzers have this art of dribbling the ball across the court, and how it is seen as a physical exercise, and not as an art to be studied. The only way to see this sport is through the lens of a filmmaker that is taking us through it, but I was quite pleased with this. We see the Panzers during their training, and it is shown that they are just as passionate about their sport as they are about playing in the tournament. As the Panzers get ready for the tournament, the young women who are playing catch-up, and show the world what it is like to play in this type of sport, and how to be a team. The film then goes to the first game in the tournament, where the Panzers have a great performance, and then the team collapses due to a miscommunication between the coach and the team captain. The film then shows us the aftermath of the collapse, and then we go to the second game, where the Panzers are still playing catch-up, but this time they are being led by the coach. In this game, the coach speaks to the team, and he explains that he can't allow the team to become complacent, and that they have to go on the offensive. It is here that we get a nice glimpse of the art of coaching and what it means to be a coach. The coach was the star of this film, and was one of the most inspiring and powerful characters. It is his story that we see, and it is a story of passion, success and failure, and how it is a huge part of what he is going through, and what he has gone through. The
Thursday, 29 Oct 2020 00:26

I was very impressed with this documentary, that took a very interesting look at the struggle of a large number of female Jewish students of the Berlin campus of the "Bauhaus". In the 80's, when many of them had had the opportunity to study in Germany, they found the experience very "foreign", which is a common impression among German women, and especially the "auteurs" of German films. At the same time, the film is very intriguing, and the realisation that the school was a very big and complicated project, in which many different perspectives were being developed, is very interesting. The discussion about the various issues of the school, and the questions that they were asking themselves, are really fascinating. A lot of people in the audience commented on how surprised they were to find out that the Bauhaus actually did have a 'feminist' program, which allowed the girls to study with the knowledge of women's issues. But the director and some of the students did not really explain the difference between a "feminist" and "radical" school, or what that difference actually meant. It seems that a very different history was being taught in that school, and a completely different language. The film does not explain why the Bauhaus was set up as a women's school, and what made the girls of the school want to do it. But what it does show is that many women who had been taught by men, were able to overcome the lack of knowledge they had from that background. There is one point in the film where they discuss the situation of the women in the school, and how they feel about it. And, even though the woman they interviewed seemed to have a very good understanding of the problem, she was also very doubtful that the women could solve it, and it would be better to help them develop the knowledge of the subject in their own way. In addition, the film also does not explain why the women felt they were constantly on the verge of being sent away from the school. Maybe it was the fact that they were not sure of their future? But the film is very interesting, and shows the women who were actually doing things very different from what they were taught, and that the director and some of the students really did understand the problems of this problem. I would recommend the film to everyone, but it is also a film about a very important problem, and it should be more understood by the audience.
Friday, 23 Oct 2020 03:12

I have no doubt that the most famous franchise in German cinema today is the superhero movie. I could think of many other movies that follow the same "cliches" and almost every one of them has its fans. Now the fans can take another look at this classic. One of the most famous directors of German cinema (Peter Huln) made this documentary about the life of the superhero franchise. As I have never seen this particular film, I will compare it with another documentary about the superhero series: The Man With The Iron Fists (1993). The film, although about the franchise, is also about the director. Peter Huln is known in Germany as a prolific director, so it is a bit hard to find this movie. Luckily it is out on DVD and you can watch it right now. This documentary follows Huln as he was interviewing the directors and producers of the movies that he directed, trying to get some idea of the motivations of the creators and how they make the movies. As I said before the fans will find this documentary interesting, because the people in the movie have very similar reasons for making their films. The difference is that in the other documentary there is a clear vision of what the director is trying to say. In this one the filmmaker is only talking about the films he directed and the reasons for making them, which means that it is harder to understand the motivations of the creators and of the fans. The directors in this film are German actors and actresses, all of them old and not as famous. This means that they don't have the same prestige as the directors and stars of the superhero movies. Huln tries to make it clear that there is a clear vision of the director. However, this documentary is more about the film makers and about their personal reasons for making the films, than about the directors themselves. If you are a fan of the superhero franchise, I would recommend this documentary to you.
Sunday, 18 Oct 2020 13:17

A truly unique film from Berlin. For this film, I'm talking about one of the best documentaries about Berlin in the 90's. It is not a typical film about Berlin, but it does bring to light what life was like for Berliners in the 1990's, especially after the fall of the Berlin Wall and reunification. Berliners must have had a lot of frustrations when reunification happened and it was not just about how to move forward, but also how to live in peace and harmony. For example, a very popular dance in Berlin was the Hallelujah. The dance was about two people dancing around and talking with each other. However, in this film, there is an interview with a young girl that was in high school when reunification happened. She had a crush on a boy, but then she saw her crush on a girl. She got in touch with the boy and the two ended up being best friends. She did not tell her mother, but when she did, she told her mother that her crush on the boy was the reason for her problems. The two ended up being best friends, but they got along very well, because they were both doing things that were very popular. They even had the same drink, which was also popular. In the interview, the girl was talking about the group that was in Berlin, the GDR. At the end of the interview, the girl said that she could not see her parents for several months after reunification. The girl also mentioned that her mother was very unhappy with her because she was being neglected and when she saw her mother after reunification, she said that she would be better off living in the GDR, where she had a lot of relatives. It was at this point that the film ended and the interview ended. Berliners have a lot to say about reunification and the feelings that it brought to them. This is a must see film for people interested in Berlin in the 90's.
Sunday, 06 Sep 2020 10:14

A well-deserved and very well-done documentary about the work of the Bauhaus in the Third Reich. I was lucky enough to attend the Bauhaus Spring Fling of Munich in June 2003 and this documentary certainly lives up to the billing. The Bauhaus was a German art movement which was founded in 1919 by August Weil, a German Jew. It was a forerunner of the modern art movement which was known as the Frankfurt School. Its members were mainly Jewish and they worked to bring art from the middle of the 19th century to the German Empire in the 1920s and 30s. The Bauhaus was an important part of this effort. Weil's wife died while he was living in Switzerland and he was forced to go to a hospital in his homeland. He did not come back to Germany until after the war. He worked as a translator in the offices of the Federal Ministry of Enlightenment and Art. Weil's ideas of art were in turn influenced by the philosophies of German idealism, particularly by the works of August von Gans. He was influenced by the great artists of the Romantic movement, such as Goya, Titian, Rubens and others. He sought to combine these philosophies in his art. The Bauhaus, which was not officially recognized by the German government, was in fact a German art movement and this was a German government organization. Weil himself was not a member of the Bauhaus, and was not a member of the Frankfurt School. He was an active member of the German Socialist Party and this contributed to his view that art could be used to change society. He was also influenced by the theory of "socialism in one country" which was promoted by Karl Liebknecht and was an important part of the Nazi Party. Weil saw the Bauhaus as a means to bring art from the middle of the 19th century to Germany and the idea that art could be used to change society was a very important part of his thinking. The documentary includes many pieces of archival footage and photographs. It is well done and fascinating. I hope that it will be made available to all German speaking audiences.
Wednesday, 10 Jun 2020 17:57

Bauhaus is a documentary about the Bauhaus movement, which, by the turn of the 20th century, had become the largest movement in Germany. It covers many of the major features of the Bauhaus, such as their influence on the art world, the influence of John Cage on them, the nature of the group itself, the personal relationships among members, and the ideas that the movement represented. As a filmmaker, I had the opportunity to meet the people who were involved in the Bauhaus movement and to hear their stories. I was surprised to learn that the Bauhaus movement has largely remained a private, secretive affair. It is a little too secretive, in my opinion, to have any idea of the extent of the Bauhaus movement. However, the people who are interviewed here make it very clear that they do not want their names associated with the movement. There is a lot of talk about the lack of women in the movement, which was reflected in the lack of women members in the movement. However, the women who participated in the movement were not all that different from the men. The only difference was that they were young and were willing to do what was necessary to advance their careers. The women were much more focused on their careers than on their personal lives. It was not uncommon for them to be away from their families for extended periods of time, which was something that was not seen in the men. It was a time when the Bauhaus movement was experiencing a major crisis. They were being torn apart by the war and the fact that the country was going through a period of depression. I believe that the film-makers did a great job of making the Bauhaus movement look like a monolithic, male-dominated organization. I think that the fact that there are so many women involved in the movement makes the film more honest in the way it portrays the women. This is something that should be recognized by everyone. The women in the film are amazing, especially the ones who were not involved in the Bauhaus movement. I was impressed by the work that the women had done for their own careers, and I am very impressed by the work that they did in the Bauhaus movement. The women are brave and dedicated and do what they do for their careers. It is also interesting to see that there were many different ways that the women went about their jobs. The most common method was to work as a Bauhaus group member and then become a member of the group itself. There were many Bauhaus groups in Germany. There were also women who were members of the group but did not do much. In fact, some of the women who were not part of the Bauhaus movement, became part of the Bauhaus movement. I was very impressed by the way that they went about their jobs. They worked with materials that they had collected from the Bauhaus, and they did not have the luxury of doing anything else. There were no television or radio programs. They just


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