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Die Tödliche Doris - Kino

Die tödliche Doris
BRD 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984
97min
V'16

“Die Tödliche Doris” was formed as a band by art students Wolfgang Müller and Nikolaus Utermöhlen in Berlin in 1980. In varying lineups the group also engaged in (performance) art, photography, film, video and literature before its dissolution in 1987. The band coined the term and style of “Geniale Dilletanten” (Ingenious Dilettantes), making the group’s artistic identity a core issue of their work. “Die Tödliche Doris” challenged any attempts to label them with a consistent identity by probing into new, alternative options, thus transferring their ideas of supposed or claimed identities to a wide range of different arts and media. In this context, the Super 8 films by “Die Tödliche Doris” assembled in this program paint a vivid picture of the band’s “friendly nature, their maliciously funny dada humor and their poltergeist audacity” (Chris Bohn). A great occasion to let your imagination run wild. (Alexandra Seitz)

In the presence of Karola Gramann (curator).

Filme:

WASSERBALLETT
BRD 1984, 3 Min, OF
R: Die Tödliche Doris

ENERGIEBEUTEL UND ZEITBLASE
BRD 1981, 8 Min, OF
R: Die Tödliche Doris

FLIEGT SCHNELL – LAUT SUMMEND
BRD 1981, 10 Min, OF
R: Wolfgang Müller

NIEMAND SIEHT DIE BLINDSCHLEICHE
BRD 1981, 2 Min, OF
R: Die Tödliche Doris

DAS LEBEN DES SID VICIOUS
BRD 1981, 11 Min, OF
R: Die Tödliche Doris

MATERIAL FÜR DIE NACHKRIEGSZEIT
BRD 1979-80, 24 Min, OF
R: Wolfgang Müller, Nikolaus Utermöhlen

SABINE – AUS MEINEM TAGEBUCH
BRD 1981, 8 Min, OF
R: Wolfgang Müller

MÄDCHENHERZEN
BRD 1984, 3 Min, OF
R: Käthe Kruse

TAPETE
BRD 1983, 28 Min, OF
R: Die Tödliche Doris

Credits
Die Tödliche Doris
Die Tödliche Doris
Super 8
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