Tag: Jörg Buttgereit


“I hate directors who take themselves very seriously. I think this is ridiculous.” The enfant terrible of German arthouse cinema, the writer/director Jörg Buttgereit is softly spoken and
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Der Todesking

While never destined to reach a wide audience – a thought that would perhaps shock him just as much as his work would shock the masses – the
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Nekromantik 2

In a genre littered with controversial films, works which have been heavily censored or outright banned, Jörg Buttgereit’s 1987 Nekromantik is in a league of its own, an
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Introducing the screening at Dead by Dawn, festival director Adèle Hartley described Joseph Wartnerchaney’s feature debut Decay as “a very familiar setup,” but praised the writer/director’s ability to
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