An Encounter with Percy Adlon
Percy Adlon’s films, such as “Zuckerbaby” (1986) or the international hit “Out of Rosenheim” (1987), are equally popular among audiences and critics alike. Nevertheless, the filmmaker started his career with empathetic documentary films made for television. Coinciding with the presentation of his archive, the following of these films will be shown beginning at 3 pm:
Annette Kolb, 1970, 10 min.
Mein Dorf: Weltenburg, 1974, 15 min.
Der Wiesnpostbot, 1974, 17 min.
Der Tänzer Heinz Bosl, 1976, 43 min.
Nijinsky im Waschsalon, 2000, 5 min.
Zirkusleben, 2000, 10 min.
The film “Fünf letzte Tage” (1982) will be screened at 5 pm, followed by a talk with the lead actresses Irm Hermann and Lena Stolze. Afterwards, at 7:30 pm, Percy Adlon will discuss his life and work.