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The Flying Scotsman


Having spent my summer singing all three Wotans and Kurwenal, I’ve finally plucked up the courage to have a stab at The Flying Dutchman, or Der fliegende Holländer, as it’s known in German. 978 more words

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Wives and the postwar husband problem

I’ve written before about how changed German women were after the war. But what happened to the relationships between wives and their husbands?

Annegrete Baum’s… 477 more words

Postwar

Movie Villains

From evil geniuses, cunning killers and violent criminals, movie villains have us booing at the screen and jumping in our seats, yet as Neil Hollander… 338 more words

Neil Hollander

Interview with Neil Hollander

Today we have an interview with our well-known writer, director and film producer Neil Hollander – a unique phenomenon in American cinematography due to the impact that he had on the making of feature and short films. 412 more words

Neil Hollander

Hollander: Film Trends that Marked the Beginning of the 21 Century

We’re already well into the 21 century, and throughout the last fifteen years in the film industry, there have been many changes and phenomena that will certainly launch writings of comprehensive analysis in the near or distant future, although they aren’t lacking right now. 339 more words

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