"Die endlose Nacht"
In cooperation with Kino Méliès Thick fog leads to the cancellation of all flights at Berlin-Tempelhof. Numerous travellers are stranded at the airport late in
In cooperation with Kino Méliès
Thick fog leads to the cancellation of all flights at Berlin-Tempelhof. Numerous travellers are stranded at the airport late in the evening, fates intersect, this night changes everything. “Die endlose Nacht” was awarded four Federal Film Prizes in 1963 and was the breakthrough for the then 21-year-old Hannelore Elsner.
Beforehand: Introduction to “Film Posters between Avant-garde & Mainstream 1953-74” by exhibition curator René Grohnert (Head of the Poster Museum at the Museum Folkwang)
“Die endlose Nacht”, Germany 1963, 86 min., Director: Will Tremper, With: Hannelore Elsner, Karin Hübner, Harald Leipnitz, Bruce Low.
MÉLIÈS in Residence
Cinema meets poster art! In the context of the exhibition at the Kunsthaus and the film posters presented there, the Méliès cinema will be showing appropriately selected films. On two evenings you can experience film history in a different way.
All further information and tickets can be found on the website of the Kino Méliès. We look forward to your visit!
Venue and tickets:
Kino MÉLIÈS (Bürgerstr. 13, 37073 Göttingen),
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(Thursday) 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Bürgerstr. 13, 37073 Göttingen