A temple of expressionist German cinema, a mythical spot haunted by the ghosts of Fritz Lang and Marlène Dietrich, at the forefront of new filming techniques, the Babelsberg studios had a promising future. But the Nazi regime forced talented directors to flee the country, and ruined the reputation of the world-famous German film industry.
After the war came 40 years of communist régime where the directors tried to give socialism a human face. 20 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, this film town has been transformed into a media site servicing big international film and TV productions.
|Running Time:||56 min.|
|Subject(s):||Arts and Culture, Cinema, European History, History|
|Production Company:||Generation Video|