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Vom Bauen der Zukunft - 100 Jahre Bauhaus is a movie starring Torsten Blume, Rosan Bosch, and Alfredo Brillembourg. The Bauhaus art and architecture school was founded 100 years ago. Through its history, we tackle the question of...

Thomas Tielsch, Niels Bolbrinker
Rosan Bosch, Alfredo Brillembourg, Torsten Blume, Jean-Marc Drut

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Genres Documentary
Director Thomas Tielsch, Niels Bolbrinker
Writer Thomas Tielsch, Niels Bolbrinker
Stars Rosan Bosch, Alfredo Brillembourg, Torsten Blume, Jean-Marc Drut
Country Germany
Also Known As Bauhaus Spirit: 100 Years of Bauhaus, Bauhaus Spirit, A construção do futuro: 100 anos da Bauhaus, バウハウス・スピリット, Bauhaus Spirit - 100 anni di Bauhaus, Espíritu Bauhaus - 100 años, Bauhaus: De la Construcción del Futuro, Duch Bauhausu
Runtime 1 h 35 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description The Bauhaus art and architecture school was founded 100 years ago. Through its history, we tackle the question of how architecture can ensure that people live better together and participate in everyday life.

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Thursday, 10 Sep 2020 11:38

The Zukunft 100 Jahre Bauhaus, or 100 Years of the Zukunft as it's known, is a documentary made by the Bavarian state-owned broadcaster WDR. The film follows the 100 year history of the Zukunft, with clips of the Zukunft as a concept and footage of the Zukunft from various times throughout history. It's the first time we've seen footage of the Zukunft in 100 years, but they're always a pleasure to watch. It's clear that the Zukunft was a strong force for good and for human rights, but it also shows the terrible times they had to endure, and how these times ended up for them and for the people around them. One of the most interesting aspects of the documentary is the interviews. Most of the people interviewed in the documentary are journalists from different backgrounds, including journalists from the western media, human rights organizations, and of course the German government. It's interesting to hear their stories, as it's obvious that they have had a hard time in their lives. I particularly liked hearing about the times they lost the Zukunft, and the trials they faced. You also see how the people were trying to achieve justice for themselves, and how this affected them and their work. It's interesting to see how the Zukunft had many different ideas and beliefs, and that they were not all on the same page. Another aspect of the documentary that is very interesting is the footage of Nazi war criminals, and how they ended up in prison. I also liked the interview with the woman who was sent to a concentration camp, as she explains why she believes that the Zukunft was working to improve society, and the fact that she was not happy about it. The documentary also gives us a glimpse of the main historical figure of the Zukunft, Franz Halder. He's the one who was in charge of the persecution of the Jews, and the way he ended up being in prison is fascinating. Halder is also interviewed in the documentary, but he's also a German politician and a member of the conservative party of the day, so it's hard to hear his side of the story. It's interesting to see the differences between the men who founded the Zukunft, and the ones who came after them, as well as how they eventually became something different than what they started out as. The documentary also has a lot of interesting footage about the history of the Zukunft, such as how it's different from other mass organizations of the time, and how the Zukunft still had its differences from the Nazi movement. It's also interesting to see how the Zukunft was influenced by the Nazi movement, and how they were used as scapegoats for the country's problems. Overall, I thought the documentary was great, as it's a very good look at the Zukunft. It's hard to believe that this documentary was made in the early 1990s, but I believe it's very accurate in terms of how the Zukunft was. It's an incredible documentary, and I hope that it makes it's way to more countries around the world.
Monday, 24 Aug 2020 08:14

This is a nice little doc about the Bauhaus (with a little historical info thrown in) who are Germany's most important design school from the 1920's to the 1960's. They started out with a couple of buildings (that still stand today) in the city of Bremen, but their influence can be found all over the country, and they're still around today. The building they live in is a very nice and large house, that looks more like a castle, that was built in 1925. But you can tell that it's quite modern, and modern homes are pretty common now, so there's no reason why this one should be so unique. They built an auditorium for the school, and a basketball court, and they even built a car that was used in the movie (but it's not in the film). This is one of the most interesting and interesting facts about the school. But you can also see the couple who ran it and who were just as important to the school as the Bauhaus, as well as some of the other students, and they talk about the school and what it was like back then. It's very interesting to hear the stories of these people. It's also interesting to see the people who worked at the school, and their daily lives. This is one of the few docs that I know of that takes an interest in some of the people that made the school what it is. It also takes an interest in the people who are still in the school today, and their stories, which is quite interesting, too. It's very entertaining, and very good, and worth seeing. It has a lot of interesting facts about the school, and I recommend it.
Wednesday, 19 Aug 2020 18:19

I have to admit that I only caught the first half of the film because of the title. I wasn't looking for an in depth look into the life of the KZSU (Komplex Zukunfts-Unternehmungsleben) (Kabates-Unternehmungsleben) as I have heard many stories about the KZSU. I was looking for an explanation as to what the KZSU does and what their purpose is in life. The director, Thomas Schiebinger, did a great job in showing the things that the KZSU does and explaining what the KZSU stands for. He also used the KZSU as a model to explain what is wrong with society today. The KZSU stands for loyalty, and devotion to the people, which is the backbone of society. In this way the KZSU stands for love, loyalty and sacrifice for the people. As for the movie itself, I would like to say that it is very well done. It was quite depressing to see the negative effects that modern society has on the poor. The viewer could really see how the KZSU doesn't allow children to go to school and how people can't afford to eat as they work 12 hour days. This is a movie about the KZSU and it is a movie that we should all watch. I also liked how the KZSU is portrayed as a group of independent individuals. As for the people themselves, they are proud of their KZSU, they are proud of the jobs that they do and the kind of values they live by. This is what we should be proud of and not be ashamed of. There is also a very strong sense of humor throughout the movie. The KZSU is a very small group of individuals that work with the most poor in the country, and they are very proud of what they do and how they live. The people who they work with have a strong sense of pride, and they use humor to keep the people together and to keep them focused on what they have to do and to keep them on track. I thought that the KZSU was a very good movie, it was very interesting to see the different types of people that are in the KZSU and to see what their jobs are. I think that it was a great way to show the effect of modern society and the KZSU in particular.
Friday, 24 Jul 2020 20:21

I watched this movie in my department and really enjoyed it. The movie is an actual documentary, which has been made by the students of the University of Leipzig, but which is also broadcasted to the German public. And to me, this is really a pity: even the fact that it's a documentary only adds to the pleasure of the viewer. The documentary is centered around four student-activists who did really important things during the period of the Bauhaus movement, and their struggle for self-respect. But also the story is more about the new generation of young people, who have experienced the Bauhaus movement and are coming of age and becoming self-conscious about their own identity. This film is also about the aesthetic quality of the Bauhaus movement. The images in this film are great, and the music is also really great. But I think that the most important thing about this film is the way the film is presented. The students have been interviewed individually, and this makes it more realistic. The camera moves around with a lot of different angles, and the film is shot in black and white, and therefore it is impossible to mistake the time, place or even the mood of the film. The film is also a little bit funny, because the film is mostly about students who have never experienced the Bauhaus movement, and who are only making a documentary. The documentary also tries to show the students of Leipzig as people, not just as students, because they have to think a lot about their identity. I liked this movie, but it's really a pity that it's only available in German, and also in German only. In English it would be even more amazing. All in all, I really recommend this film.

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