In this book of writings by and about Fassbinder, revealing statements by the artist himself are published in English for the first time. In addition, film historian Thomas Elsaesser and Georgia Brown, film critic for New York City's Village Voice, provide a critical framework that is at once comprehensive and illuminating; and Frankfurt film critic Wolfram Schtte examines Fassbinder's place within postwar German film history. The volume also contains an illustrated filmography and recollections by colleagues and friends, including Fassbinder's editor, Juliane Lorenz, the actresses Hanna Schygulla and Jeanne Moreau, and fellow directors Wim Wenders and Volker Schlondorff.
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Born in 1945 in Bad Wörishofen, Germany, 50 years after motion pictures were first projected, Rainer Werner Fassbinder was one of the exceptional avant-garde film makers of the 20th century. He made his first short film at age 21, and went on to complete 43 more, including The Marriage of Maria Braun, Jail Bait, and Lili Marleen, before his death in 1982.
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