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

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Filmography

The following abbreviations are used in this filmography:

Who Cares? (Wen kümmert's?, 1960. Also called Watch on the Rhine)

Short. Sc: Volker Schlöndorff; C: Herbert Rimbach; L: 11 min.

Young Törless (Der junge Törless, 1966)

P: Filmproduktion Franz Seitz/Nouvelles Editions de Films (Franz Seitz, Louis Malle); Sc: Volker Schlöndorff, Herbert Asmodi (based on the novella Die Verwirrungen des Zöglings Törless by Robert Musil); C: Franz Rath; Cast: Matthieu Carrière, Bernd Tischer, Marian Seidowsky, Alfred Dietz; L: 87 min.; Awards: West German Bundesfilmpreis 1966 for screenplay and direction; International film critics award (FIPRESCI), Cannes; Max Ophüls-Preis 1966.

A Degree of Murder (Mord und Totschlag, 1967)

P: Rob Houwer Film; Sc: Volker Schlöndorff, Gregor von Rezzori, Arne Boyer, Niklas Frank; C: Franz Rath; Cast: Anita Pallenberg, Hans Peter Hallwachs, Werner Enke, Manfred Fischbeck; L: 87 min.; Awards: Bundesfilmpreis 1967 in Silber, Goldenes Band für Kamera.

“An Uneasy Moment” (“Ein unheimlicher Moment, ” 1967)

P: Franz Seitz Filmproduktion; D: Volker Schlöndorff, Herbert Rimbach; Sc: Volker Schlöndorff, Herbert Rimbach; C: Werner Kurz; L: 13 min. Part of the episode film Der Paukenspieler (The Kettledrummer), a Franz Seitz production that was not released until 1981. Shown theatrically as a short in 1970.

Michael Kohlhaas (Michael Kohlhaas—Der Rebell, 1969)

P: Oceanic Film/Rob Houwer Film for Columbia Pictures (Elliot Kastner, Jerry Gershwin); Sc: Volker Schlöndorff, Edward Bond, Clement Biddle-Wood (based on the novella of the same title by Heinrich von Kleist); C: Willi Kurant, Herwig Zürkendörfer; Cast: David Warner, Anna Karina; L: 100 min.; Awards: Drehbuchprämie, Ehrenurkunde “Dama del Paragua, ” Human Rights Award (Preis der Menschenrechte), Strasbourg.

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