Director: ULRIKE OTTINGER
Ulrike Ottinger, then a young painter, lived in Paris in the 1960s. Now a film-maker, she looks back on that time, weaving memories of the Parisian life and the upheavals of the time into a cinematic poem with the city at its center.
Ulrike Ottinger born in Konstanz, Germany in 1942. She worked as a painter and photographer in Paris from 1962–1968. She founded the Visuell film club in Konstanz in 1969, and led it until 1972; she also founded galeriepress, an art gallery and press. She has lived in Berlin since 1973. Alongside her film work she also produces operas and theatre and is present on the international art scene with photo exhibitions. She is known for “China. Die Künste - der Alltag. Eine filmische Reisebeschreibung” (1986), “Joan of Arc of Mongolia” (1989) and “Prater” (2007). In 2016, a retrospective of her works was held at the Moscow IFF.
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