Möller affectionately discusses the films, writing and philosophy of the cineastes who wrote for German film magazine, Filmkritik, a culture or 'movement' strong enough to rival Cahiers.
A montage of pithy and revealing quotes from Farocki's writings in Filmkritik.
In his installation work, provocatively discussed here, Farocki continues his investigation into questions of the image, montage, and ways of seeing.
Farocki discusses a range of topics in this lengthy interview from Hollywood remakes to his filmmaking, with particular emphasis on his installation work I Thought I Was Seeing Convicts.
Biography 1944 Born in Neutitschein, in what was then part of the German-annexed Czechoslovakia 1966-68 Studied at the Deutsche Film and Fernsehakademie, Berlin 1968 Birth of daughters, Annabel Lee und...