At Senses we have recently been busy with a new project, which you may have already heard about. The team at Senses of Cinema has recently launched our very first Pozible campaign. For those of ...
The socio-cultural currents that informed the Weimer Republic have always provided a fascinating backdrop to German silent cinema. This article weaves a range of issues around an analysis of Joe May’s 1929 classic, Asphalt.
A supposed nostalgia for the old West Germany before the fall of the Berlin Wall has made its appearance in a number of films. Dorothea Otto discusses Herr Lehmann and other titles pertinent to the theme.