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Werner Schroeter (born 7 April 1945, Georgenthal, Thuringia - 12 April 2010, Kassel) was a German film director and screenwriter, considered one of the most important of his country in the post-war period. He has also worked in film as a producer, cinematographer, editor and actor. In the later function he appeared in several films directed by his friend Rainer Werner Fassbinder, including Beware of a Holy Whore (1971), and a number of theatre productions.

His 1980 film Palermo oder Wolfsburg, telling the story of a Sicilian guest worker in Germany, won the Golden Bear at the Berlin Film Festival, while his 1991 production Malina was entered into that year's Cannes Film Festival.

Filmografie

  • 1967: Verona
  • 1968: Aggressionen
  • 1968: Callas Walking Lucia
  • 1968: Callas-Text mit Doppelbeleuchtung
  • 1968: Faces
  • 1968: Grotesk – Burlesk – Pittoresk
  • 1968: Himmel hoch
  • 1968: La morte d'Isotta
  • 1968: Maria Callas Porträt
  • 1968: Mona Lisa
  • 1968: Paula – Je reviens
  • 1968: Übungen mit Darstellern
  • 1968: Virginia’s Death
  • 1969: Argila
  • 1969: Eika Katappa
  • 1969: Neurasia
  • 1969: Nicaragua
  • 1970: Anglia
  • 1970: Der Bomberpilot
  • 1971: Macbeth
  • 1971: Salome
  • 1972: Der Tod der Maria Malibran
  • 1973: Willow Springs
  • 1975: Der schwarze Engel
  • 1975: Johannas Traum
  • 1976: Goldflocken
  • 1978: Neapolitanische Geschwister / Neapolitanische Geschichten
  • 1980: Die Generalprobe
  • 1980: Palermo oder Wolfsburg
  • 1980: Weiße Reise
  • 1981: Tag der Idioten
  • 1982: Liebeskonzil
  • 1983: Der lachende Stern
  • 1986: Auf der Suche nach der Sonne
  • 1986: Der Rosenkönig
  • 1986: Zum Beispiel Argentinien
  • 1991: Malina
  • 1996: Poussières d'amour – Abfallprodukte der Liebe
  • 2000: Die Königin – Marianne Hoppe
  • 2002: Deux
  • 2008: Diese Nacht




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