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-'''Volker Schlöndorff''' (born in [[Wiesbaden]], [[Germany]] on [[March 31]] [[1939]]) is a [[German film]]maker. +'''Volker Schlöndorff''' (born in [[Wiesbaden]], [[Germany]] on [[March 31]] [[1939]]) is a [[German film]]maker generally categorized in the [[New German Cinema]] movement.
He won an [[Academy Awards|Oscar]] as well as the [[Palme d'or]] at the [[Cannes Film Festival]] for ''[[The Tin Drum (film)|The Tin Drum]]'' (1979), the film version of the novel by [[Nobel Prize in Literature|Nobel Prize]]-winning author [[Günter Grass]]. He won an [[Academy Awards|Oscar]] as well as the [[Palme d'or]] at the [[Cannes Film Festival]] for ''[[The Tin Drum (film)|The Tin Drum]]'' (1979), the film version of the novel by [[Nobel Prize in Literature|Nobel Prize]]-winning author [[Günter Grass]].

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Volker Schlöndorff (born in Wiesbaden, Germany on March 31 1939) is a German filmmaker generally categorized in the New German Cinema movement.

He won an Oscar as well as the Palme d'or at the Cannes Film Festival for The Tin Drum (1979), the film version of the novel by Nobel Prize-winning author Günter Grass.

Schlöndorff has adapted many literary works for his movies, including some critically well-received US productions, but he is also engaged in post-war German politics. He served as the chief executive for the UFA studio in Babelsberg. Volker Schlöndorff also teaches film and literature at the European Graduate School in Saas-Fee, Switzerland, where he conducts an Intensive Summer Seminar.

He was married to fellow film director Margarethe von Trotta from 1971 to 1991.

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