Ep 29. WORLD TOUR: Dunkel Deutschland

This week Alex and Jonathan go way back and take a look at German Expressionism with The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1920), Nosferatu (1922), and Metropolis (1927). We talk about the theatricality of early film, conventions of German Expressionism, and why the influence of German Expressionism will never fade.


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Skip to: The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (5:14), Nosferatu (26:44), Metropolis (36:51), Overall (49:14), Coming Attractions (1:16:08)

Resources referenced in this episode:

Next stop, Russia!
We have more basic film technique origins to cover, so next week we head to Russia to explore montage and the Kuleshov Effect:

Intro/Outro Music:
Ash by Mike Braudrick

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