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Our VoD-stream and download catalogue is being constantly extended by further titles and versions. The cover-flow shows some recommendations, in the filmlist you find our complete catalogue, which can be filtered alphabetically. All films have English subtitles or versions, if not marked otherwise. (Click "buy film" to check versions and file size.) Most films by Christoph Schlingensief, Roland Klick, Heinz Emigholz and other Filmgalerie 451-productions are exclusives on this website.
Michael Klier The grass is always greener
The grass is always greener
Germany 1989|78 min.
Director: Michael Klier
Warsaw 1988. Jerzy wants in the West. His goal is America. But his money reaches once only for Berlin. There he meets Ewa again that he met on his last day in Poland. The two grow closer. To accept all jobs and have little time for each other. Yet there are some moments of happiness until Ewa disappears... further information
Christoph Schlingensief 100 Years of Adolf Hitler
100 Years of Adolf Hitler
1989|55 min.
Director: Christoph Schlingensief
The last hour in the FührerbunkerShot in complete darkness during 16 straight hours in an original World War II bunker, the only light source is Christoph Schlingensief's flashlight guiding Voxi Bärenklau's camera through the controlled chaos. Neither cast nor crew were allowed to go outside until... further information
Maria Speth 9 Lives
9 Lives
Germany 2010|105 min.
Director: Maria Speth
A very powerful and original documentary on youthThe film portrays the fates of several youths who decided at an early age – some as young as eleven, twelve or thirteen years old – to leave home, only to end up living on the streets temporarily or permanently. Sunny, Toni, Krümel (“Crumb”),... further information
Werner Schroeter Byproducts of Love
Byproducts of Love
1996|125 min.
Director: Werner Schroeter
Watching the art of singing come into existence ...Where does the expressivity of a grand voice come from? What is it that gives us goosebumps? To answer these questions, Werner Schroeter invited the female and male singers he admires most to a french abbey from the 13th century, together with their... further information
Pier Paolo Pasolini Accattone
1961|111 min.
Director: Pier Paolo Pasolini
Pasolini created a masterpiece with ACCATTONE, his first feature film. It tells the story of a young man in a suburb of Rome who keeps himself afloat working as a pimp and a thief. The naturalistic images from the world of the subproletariat come together to create both a realistic narrative and a modern... further information
Paul Poet Foreigners out! Schlingensief's...
Foreigners out! Schlingensief's Container
2002|90 min.
Director: Paul Poet
A thrilling, insightful, funny chronicle and reflection of one of he biggest public pranks and acts of art terrorism ever committed. Austria 2000: Right after the FPÖ under Jörg Haider had become part of the government, the first time an extreme right wing party became state officials after WW2, infamous... further information
Christoph Schlingensief Observations I
Observations I
Germany 1984|6 min.
Director: Christoph Schlingensief
Title in title sequence: Tunguska/Bemerkungen I/O3.3One of the first 16mm short films by Christoph Schlingensief. With the "Trilogy on film criticism" which TUNGUSKA - THE CRATES ARE DELIVERED is also a part of, Christoph Schlingensief puts an end to the misery of "new German film production" and at... further information
Apichatpong Weerasethakul Blissfully Yours
Blissfully Yours
2002|125 min.
Director: Apichatpong Weerasethakul
Roong longs for the day when she can be in the arms of her Burmese lover, Min, an illegal immigrant. She pays Orn, an older woman to take care of Min while she looks for a place for them to share their happiness. One afternoon, Min takes Roong to have a picnic in the jungle where they feel free to express... further information
Peter Kern Blutsfreundschaft
2009|95 min.
Director: Peter Kern
16-year-old Axel falls out with his step-father and becomes involved in a neo-nazi gang. To join the gang he has to prove himself by killing a social worker. He runs away and takes refuge in a dry-cleaning shop run by 80-year-old Gustav Tritzinsky (Helmut Berger). Axel reminds Gustav of the lover he... further information
Karim Debbagh
Frieder Schlaich
Creating a Legend
Creating a Legend
2006|45 min.
Director: Karim Debbagh, Frieder Schlaich
Documentary about the American author and musician Paul Bowles from a Moroccan perspective.

Detailed information at [filmgalerie451.de.intern]http://www.filmgalerie451.de/en/filme/creating-a-legend/
Heinz Emigholz D'Annunzio's Cave
D'Annunzio's Cave
Germany 2005|52 min.
Director: Heinz Emigholz
D'ANNUNZIO'S CAVE shows fifteen rooms of the Villa Cargnacco in Gardone on Lake Garda, where Gabriele d’Annunzio moved in 1921 and lived until his death. The villa is part of the “Vittoriale”, a museum-like theme park honoring d’Annunzio that d’Annunzio himself and his personal architect Giancarlo... further information
Christoph Schlingensief The German Chainsaw Massacre
The German Chainsaw Massacre
1990|60 min.
Director: Christoph Schlingensief
After the German reunification-syrup, here comes the film to wake you up! Loud and aggressive! 60 unscrupelous minutes on German reunification!Since the opening of the borders on 9th November 1989, hundreds of thousands of East Germans have left their old homeland. Many of them live undetected among... further information
Christoph Schlingensief
Ostr. Dieter Herrmann
Frl. Leitner
The Secret of the Count of Kaunitz...
The Secret of the Count of Kaunitz
Germany 1976|40 min.
Director: Christoph Schlingensief, Ostr. Dieter Herrmann , Frl. Leitner
Christoph Schlingensief's legendary 8mm short film, made when he was just 15 years old!A creepy crime film: Five camping youths see at night a ghostly woman, which leads them to the castle of Count Kaunitz, in a gruesome trap.The film had its world premiere in the Stadtkino Oberhausen.No English subtitles... further information
Frieder Schlaich The Cinema of Roland Klick
The Cinema of Roland Klick
1997|70 min.
Director: Frieder Schlaich
A portrait of the exceptional German director. Full credits, text and picture details at [filmgalerie451.de.intern]http://www.filmgalerie451.de/en/filme/das-kino-des-roland-klick/To the films by Roland Klick:[> DEADLOCK (85 min) - Stream & Download]http://filmgalerie451.onlinefilm.org/de_EN/detail/deadlock.49407[>... further information
Christoph Schlingensief
Ostr. Herrmann
Thomas Pijahn
Lady Florence's House of the Dead...
Lady Florence's House of the Dead
Germany 1974|65 min.
Director: Christoph Schlingensief, Ostr. Herrmann , Thomas Pijahn
Schlingensiefs directorial debut at the age of 14, shot on Super-8 film, is an adaption of the novel by Larry Brent 'Das Totenhaus der Lady Florence' (1969).The strange death of a scientist remained a mystery for the police, which calls the FBI agent Larry and his assistant Ivan. Soon they discover correlations... further information
Roland Klick Deadlock
1970|85 min.
Director: Roland Klick
A young man, Kid (Marquard Bohm - "Ali: Fear Eats the Soul", "The American Soldier", "Karl May" a.o.) stumbles through the Mexican Sierra, shot and half bled to death, carrying a suitcase containing the loot from a bank robbery.Passing out from heat and blood loss, he is found by Charles Dump (Mario... further information
Heinz Emigholz Demon
1977|29 min.
Director: Heinz Emigholz
The translation of Stéphane Mallarmé's >Weird analogy Language: no dialogue / international versionDEMON is part of THE FORMATIVE YEARS (II) Heinz Emigholz, D 1976/77Two films by Heinz Emigholz: HOTEL & DEMON – Dedicated to Arthur Gordon PymFull credits, text and picture details at [filmgalerie451.de.intern]http://www.filmgalerie451.de/en/filme/the-formative-years-2/[>... further information
Christoph Schlingensief The Animatograph: "Odin's Parsipark”...
The Animatograph: "Odin's Parsipark”
Germany 2005|
Director: Christoph Schlingensief
"The Animatograph is no artificial visual organ, no camera. It is a human visual organ. It is the spectator as he sees himself while leaving marks, resembling images leaving marks on our retina." Christoph SchlingensiefWith his theater and art actions, as a filmmaker and opera director, Christoph Schlingensief... further information
Jan Zabeil The River used to be a Man
The River used to be a Man
2011|83 min.
Director: Jan Zabeil
A young German (Alexander Fehling) travels through a country in Africa. He meets an old fisherman near a river, who takes him deep into the wilderness in his wooden boat. The next morning, he finds himself alone in the middle of an endless delta. Here his intimate battle with death, his fears and perceptions... further information
Tizza Covi
Rainer Frimmel
The Shine of the Day
The Shine of the Day
Austria 2012|90 min.
Director: Tizza Covi, Rainer Frimmel
Philipp Hochmair is a young, successful actor with engagements at big theatres in Vienna and Hamburg. His life is marked by learning new texts by heart, rehearsals, and performances, thus gradually losing contact with the reality of everyday life. Only when he meets his roaming uncle Walter, with whom... further information
Elke Hauck Der Preis
Der Preis
Germany 2011|83 min.
Director: Elke Hauck
Architect Alexander Beck has just won an architecture prize. He wants to modernize GDR building blocks in Thuringia. Alex travels to the heart of rural Eastern Germany where he grew up and where people remember him as Alex from the Free German Youth, a pro-GDR youth organization.Full credits, text and... further information
Micheal Klier The Giant
The Giant
Germany 1983|82 min.
Director: Micheal Klier
In THE GIANT Michael Klier transforms the viewer into a voyeur and shows him life in a German town through the eye of surveillance cameras. To the evocative music of Mahler and Wagner, we see images of streets, airports, subway stations, department stores, banks and private houses through the 'all-seeing'... further information
Thomas Arslan The fine day
The fine day
Germany 2001|75 min.
Director: Thomas Arslan
"It's so hard talking about feelings. Everytime I try it sounds wrong somehow ..."THE FINE DAY, after the films GESCHWISTER and DEALER, the third part in a trilogy about the living conditions of Turkish youth growing up in Germany. A Fine Day is the story of a young woman's search for happiness, her... further information
Pier Paolo Pasolini Der Schweinestall (Porcile)
Der Schweinestall (Porcile)
Director: Pier Paolo Pasolini
While a young hermit in a volcanic desert becomes the spokesman of a cannibal hord, the son of a German business tycoon in post-war Bonn entertains a sodomist love to pigs. This starts a series of blackmails between his father and a competitor, a former Nazi criminal. In the end the two young men pay... further information
Christoph Schlingensief The 120 Days of Bottrop
The 120 Days of Bottrop
Germany 1997|60 min.
Director: Christoph Schlingensief
The survivors of the old Fassbinder crew (Margit Carstensen, Irm Hermann, Volker Spengler and many others, playing themselves) get together one last time to make the very last of the New German Films: a remake of Pasolini's "Salò". Director Christoph Schlingensief (played by INGLOURIOUS BASTERDS fame... further information
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