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Woman with a Camera: Female Filmmakers from the Bauhaus

Introduction by Laura Frahm 
Live Musical Accompaniment


Live Musical Accompaniment by Robert Humphreville

Woman with a Camera: Female Filmmakers from the Bauhaus with introduction by Laura Frahm

PROGRAM

  • Symphonie Diagonale

    Directed by Viking Eggeling and Ré Soupault.
    Germany, 1924, 16mm, black & white, 7 min.
  • Lichtspiel, Opus III

    Directed by Walter Ruttmann and Lore Leudesdorff.
    Germany, 1924, 16mm, black & white, 3 min.
  • Lichtspiel, Opus IV

    Directed by Walter Ruttmann and Lore Leudesdorff.
    Germany, 1925, 16mm, black & white, 4 min.
  • Spiel der Wellen

    Directed by Walter Ruttmann, Julius Pinschewer and Lore Leudesdorff.
    Germany, 1926, 35mm, black & white, 5 min.
  • Where Do the Elderly Live? (Wo wohnen alte Leute?)

    Directed by Ella Bergmann-Michel.
    Germany, 1931, digital video, black & white, 13 min.
  • The Jobless Cook for the Jobless (Erwerbslose kochen für Erwerbslose)

    Directed by Ella Bergmann-Michel.
    Germany, 1932, 35mm, black & white, 9 min.
  • Flying Merchants in Frankfurt (Fliegende Händler in Frankfurt a.M.)

    Directed by Ella Bergmann-Michel.
    Germany, 1932, 35mm, black & white, 21 min.
  • Heiterer Tag auf Rügen (Joyful Day on Rügen)

    Directed by Ellen Auerbach.
    Germany, 1931, digital video, black & white, 3 min.
  • Tel Aviv

    Directed by Ellen Auerbach.
    Germany, 1934, digital video, black & white, 12 min.

TRT: 77 min

Before each screening, guests are invited to visit the Bauhaus and Harvard exhibition at the Harvard Art Museums from 6–7pm. Please enter the museums via the entrance on Quincy Street.

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