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Ver Vom Bauen der Zukunft - 100 Jahre Bauhaus

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...

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

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Product details

Genres Documentary
Director Niels Bolbrinker, Thomas Tielsch
Writer Niels Bolbrinker, Thomas Tielsch
Stars Alfredo Brillembourg, Torsten Blume, Rosan Bosch, Jean-Marc Drut
Country Germany
Also Known As Bauhaus Spirit: 100 Years of Bauhaus, A construção do futuro: 100 anos da Bauhaus, Bauhaus Spirit, Bauhaus: De la Construcción del Futuro, バウハウス・スピリット, Espíritu Bauhaus - 100 años, Bauhaus Spirit - 100 anni di Bauhaus
Runtime 1 h 35 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
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.

Top reviews

Monday, 29 Jun 2020 09:18

I saw this film at the Tampa Bay Film Festival, and was pleasantly surprised by the quality and uniqueness of the production. I was also impressed by the deep understanding of the personages in the film, and the way the film made them present themselves. It is a film that invites the viewer to ask questions about the origins of organized crime, and to see the source of their power. The film was also a kind of invitation to be an active participant in the society in which the film was set. I think that this film is very timely, and I hope that more people will watch it. The film was directed by Hans-Jochen Weil, a former TV producer, and he and his production company, RichterFilms, have a long history of producing art-house films, and of producing documentaries. These are generally about topics that are very complex, and require the viewer to use his or her imagination, but are not really meant to be thought about. He also produced films about organized crime in Argentina, and the history of organized crime in Germany. The film is about the importance of art in creating culture and identity, and how this can be undermined by the ego and the need for fame. The production company RichterFilms also made a documentary about the Dachau concentration camp, which was shown at the New York Film Festival. This film is very unique. I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys thoughtful, original, or intelligent films, and who can find pleasure in exploring the complexities of human relationships. I would also recommend it to anyone who is interested in Austrian culture and history. The film is also relevant today, in a world where violent, illegal drug use, prostitution, and the spread of pornography has become so pervasive that people can find no escape from their problems. This film shows that good things can come from being connected, and that there is always a way to escape from an unhappy, toxic situation.
Saturday, 04 Apr 2020 12:11

A film of great historical interest, this film is not a documentary but a narrative of how the World War II was fought. It tells the story of the Bauhaus, the world's first industrial design school, which was founded in the 1920's. It is clear that the students of the Bauhaus took it upon themselves to fight the Nazis and not to leave Germany. They were driven by a passion to help the Germans and the German people. The film does not focus on the Bauhaus, rather it focuses on the students who survived the war and became masters of the art of industrial design. The students are seen as heroic figures who fought for a country that they could not possibly comprehend. The Bauhaus was not a school, but a place where the young men of the German Army learned to become the best that they could be. The film shows the Bauhaus as an institute where the young men were taught the skills they needed to survive. They learned to understand the German language, to write code and to study engineering. They were taught to be more efficient workers. They were trained to do their job faster and with greater efficiency. The film is in German with English subtitles. The film is the result of an in depth documentary. It is the best work of its kind in that it presents the students as heroic figures. It is a powerful documentary that will have the power of the years to come. I highly recommend this film for those who want to know the Bauhaus and the importance of it in the war years.


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