Douglas Sirk (Detlef Sierck)

Douglas Sirk (Detlef Sierck): Selected full-text books and articles

From Detlef Sierck to Douglas Sirk
Koch, Gertrud.
Film Criticism, Spring 1999
Sirk and the Culture Industry: Zu Neuen Ufern and the First Legion
Koepnick, Lutz.
Film Criticism, Spring 1999
Sirk and the Figure of the Actress: All I Desire
Fischer, Lucy.
Film Criticism, Spring 1999
Introduction
Gemunden, Gerd.
Film Criticism, Spring 1999
Sirk's Early Exile Films: Boefje and Hitler's Madman
Horak, Jan-Christopher.
Film Criticism, Spring 1999
The Rene Clair Moment and the Overlap Films of the Early 1930s: Detlef Sierck's April, April!
Trumpener, Katie.
Film Criticism, Spring 1999
Trapped in a Tomb of Their Own Making: Max Ophuls's the Reckless Moment and Douglas Sirk's There's Always Tomorrow
Lawrence, Amy.
Film Criticism, Spring 1999
A Sierckian Double Image: The Narration of Zarah Leander as a National Socialist Star
Ascheid, Antje.
Film Criticism, Spring 1999
The Dark Mirror: German Cinema between Hitler and Hollywood
Lutz Koepnick.
University of California Press, 2002
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