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Wittgenstein

Runtime:
72 min.
Year of Production:
1992
Country:
Großbritannien
Director:
Cast:
Karl Johnson
Clancy Chassay
Michael Gough
John Quentin
Sally Dexter
Tilda Swinton
Jill Balcon
Gina Marsh
Production Company:
BFI Production; Bandung Ltd
Berlinale Section:
Panorama
Berlinale Category:
Feature Film
Teddy Award:
Best Feature Film

"It is well known that after his lectures, Wittgenstein was in the habit of dashing off into the cinema to indulge in Westerns. We are not in a position to say wether this detail has been taken into account in Derek Jarman's film." (Jill Feming for JBG Networks, Three Owls, Monument Valley)

"Whereof one cannot speak, thereof one must be silent." (Ludwig Wittgenstein, Tractatus logico-philosophicus, London 1022)

BIOGRAFIE Derek Jarman

Born 1942, died 1994. Studied painting and worked as a costume and set designer for the Royal Ballet. Worked as a set designer on Ken Russell’s 1970 film THE DEVILS. Made numerous short films before directing his first feature, SEBASTIANE, in 1976. His first film to screen at the Berlinale was THE TEMPEST in 1979. In addition to his subversive period dramas and experimental films, he began directing avant-garde music videos in the 1970s. He was also a committed campaigner for gay rights in Britain.

FILMOGRAFIE Derek Jarman (selection)

2014 Will You Dance with Me?  2008 Derek  1993 Blue  1992 Wittgenstein  1991 Edward II  1990 The Garden  1989 War Requiem   1987 Aria  1987 The Last of England  1986 Caravaggio  1985 The Angelic Conversation  1984 Imagining October  1979 The Tempest  1977 Jubilee  1976 Sebastiane 

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