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

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Index
Abnormitätenwirt, Der (Brecht), 19
Abschied von gestern. See Yesterday Girl
Academy Award, 2, 21
Achternbusch, Herbert, 20, 110–11, 219
48 Stunden bis Acapulco. See 48 Hours to Acapulco
Adalen' 31 (Widerberg), 50
Adenauer, Konrad, 187
Adler, Peter, 121
Adlon, Percy, 235
Adorf, Mario, 129, 165
African Woman, The (von Trotta), 7
L'aîné des ferchaux. See Magnet of Doom, The
À la recherche du temps perdu. See Remembrance of Things Past
Albrecht, Susanne, 311
Alger 1961 (Malle), 15
Ali: Fear Eats the Soul (Fassbinder), 141
Allensbach Institute of Public Opinion, 131
Alphaville (Godard), 38
Alte Pinakothek, 116
amants, Les. See Lovers, The
Amarcord (Fellini), 177
Ambler, Eric, 221
American Film,203
American Friend, The (Wenders), 94, 158
American Soldier, The (Fassbinder), 74
amerikanische Freund, Der. See American Friend, The
amerikanische Soldat, Der. See American Soldier, The
Améry, Jean, 34, 290
amour de Swann, Un. See Swann in Love
“amphibious” films, 63–66, 234
Andechser Gefühl, Das. See Andechs Feeling, The
Andechs Feeling, The (Achternbusch), 20, 110
Anderson, Lindsay, 50
Andrew, Dudley, 7
Angst essen Seele auf. See Ali: Fear Eats the Soul
“Antigone” (Schlöndorff), 3, 9, 70, 183, 337
Antigone (Sophocles), 70, 321
“antinews, 192–93
Antonio das Mortes (Rocha), 50
Antonioni, Michelangelo, 44, 287, 288
Apartment, The (Wilder), 21
Apocalypse Now (Coppola), 197
Arbeiterfilm,72
Artisten unter der Zirkuskuppel: ratlos. See Artists under the Big Top: Perplexed
Artists under the Big Top: Perplexed (Kluge), 72
Attenborough, Richard, 245
Atwood, Margaret, 247–49, 252–55, 261
Augstein, Rudolf, 197
Aus heiterem Himmel. See Out of the Blue
Aust, Stefan, 189, 192
Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman, The (Gaines), 240
Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman, The (Korty), 240
Autogramm, Das. See Autograph, The
Autograph, The (Lilienthal), 158
L'aveau. See Confession, The
L'avventura (Antonioni), 287
Axmann—von Rezzori, Hanna, 28
Aznavour, Charles, 165
Baader-Meinhof group, 2, 8, 130, 131
Baal (Brecht), 9, 20, 65, 78–87
Baal (Schlöndorff), 9, 16, 20, 65, 78–87, 223, 229, 308, 330
Babelsberg film studio, 2, 21, 22, 76, 270–73, 303–4
Bagdad Cafe (Adlon), 235
Ballhaus, Michael, 223
Bande à part. See Band of Outsiders
Band of Outsiders (Godard), 41, 42, 115
Barnett, Marianne, 252
Barthes, Roland, 6
Bartlett, Jennifer, 222
Bastian, Günther, 285
Batman (Burton), 6
battaglia du Algeri, La. See Battle of Algiers, The
Battle of Algiers, The (Pontecorvo), 52
Bauernoper. See Peasant Opera
Bazin, André, 145, 185, 224–26
Befreier und Befreite. See Liberators Take Liberties
Beggar Bar, 185
Beggar's Opera, The (Gay), 321
Beglau, Bibiana, 312, 313, 317–18
Beinix, Jean-François, 228
belle vie, La (Enrico), 15
Bellour, Raymond, 55

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