Famous director Hansgünther Heyme analyses the features and charm of Brecht's scripts in this short film. If you don't care, well, there's only one way to.
On the occasion of World Theatre Day, the Sarojini Naidu School of Performing Arts and Fine Arts, in association with Moving Images and Goethe-Zentrum Hyderabad, is organising a 3-day film festival on theater, from 27th to 29th March.
Today, the second day, a German film called Bertolt Brecht, directed by Ines Jacob, is being screened at the New Seminar Hall, School of Social Studies, University of Hyderabad. It's about the plays of the great legendary German film director Bertolt Brecht.
If he were still alive, writer and theater director Bertolt Brecht would have turned 100 years on February 10th, 1998. His best known play internationally is The Three Penny Opera. It's a crazy saga about prostitutes, scroungers, beggers and gangsters. His style and his use of language continue to have a great influence on modern theater.
Famous director Hansgünther Heyme analyses the features and charm of Brecht's scripts. Using excerpts from rehearsals for The Three Penny Opera, this report documents the role and timeliness of the theatrical work of Bertolt Brecht.
The short film starts at 4:30pm, and the entry is free for all. For further details, please contact Goethe-Zentrum at 6652-6443/2324-1791.