Volker Schlondorff's Cinema: Adaptation, Politics, and the "Movie-Appropriate"

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Researchers may wish to consult, at the Deutsches Filmmuseum Frankfurt/M., the “Sammlung Volker Schlöndorff, a collection of materials from both the filmmaker's private archives and Bioskop Film. A “Findbuch” inventory has been established, and the museum is entertaining plans to post it to the museum's website, www.deutsches-filmmuseum.de.

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Bellour, Raymond. “Alienation, Segmentation, Hypnosis. Interview with Janet Bergstrom. Camera Obscura 3–4 (1979): 71–103.

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Bergala, Alain. “Le vrai, le faux, le factice. Cahiers du cinéma 351 (1983): 4–9.

Berghahn, Daniela. “Fiction into Film and the Fidelity Discourse: A Case Study of Volker Schlöndorff's Re-interpretation of Homo Faber.German Life and Letters 49 (1996): 72–87.

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Bernhard, Thomas. Frost. Frankfurt: Insel, 1963.


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