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Vom Bauen der Zukunft - 100 Jahre Bauhaus

Vom Bauen der Zukunft - 100 Jahre Bauhaus is a movie starring Torsten Blume, Rosan Bosch, and Alfredo Brillembourg. The Bauhaus art and architecture school was founded 100 years ago. Through its history, we tackle the question of...

Other Titles
A construção do futuro: 100 anos da Bauhaus, Bauhaus Spirit, Espíritu Bauhaus - 100 años, Bauhaus Spirit - 100 anni di Bauhaus, Bauhaus Spirit: 100 Years of Bauhaus, Bauhaus: De la Construcción del Futuro, バウハウス・スピリット
Running Time
1 hours 35 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Thomas Tielsch, Niels Bolbrinker
Niels Bolbrinker, Thomas Tielsch
Alfredo Brillembourg, Rosan Bosch, Torsten Blume, Jean-Marc Drut
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

The Bauhaus art and architecture school was founded 100 years ago. Through its history, we tackle the question of how architecture can ensure that people live better together and participate in everyday life.

Comments about documentary «Vom Bauen der Zukunft - 100 Jahre Bauhaus» (22)

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This is a wonderful documentary about the Bauhaus movement, which really has a lot to offer. The fact that it was started in Germany and moved to many countries, also makes it even more interesting. This is a very visual and dramatic film, with a good sound track. However, this is a very, very slow film, which is not easy to sit through. I was left wondering, as I was watching it, why the hell they even bothered with it. But the film does have some interesting stories and interesting historical events. The interviews with Bauhaus-era people are excellent, as is the documentary about the Bauhaus itself. However, the most interesting parts of the film are the performances. The film-makers do a very good job with their material, and really give the audience a very interesting look at the Bauhaus movement and the history surrounding it. The story of the film is not really well explained. I was expecting a really strong film, but I ended up feeling very unsatisfied. If you are interested in the Bauhaus movement, or just want to know a little bit more about it, this is a very good film to see. It is also very easy to understand, and also very interesting to watch.

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The Bauhaus is a German studio which in the early 70s produced a series of quality films. This is the second of these films. They are a great collection of movies, with wonderful cinematography and production values. There is a great deal of character development, and this helps to develop the audience's interest. The story is about a student, and the events that transpire around him. One of the student's friends, with a very high school education, is called after school by his professor, to give a talk. The professor is a social climber, and after some discussion, he decides to go to Berlin to work at a company. The student is reluctant to go, but he agrees, and so the story unfolds. This is an excellent film, with a wonderful cast, and a great story. Highly recommended.

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Megan D.

This is a good documentary about the history of Bauhaus and its workers and the role of the director Dieter Herzog in the life of Bauhaus. It tells the story of the life of the Bauhaus and how the director Dieter Herzog's great respect for the workers and his faith in them was essential to his success in the history of the Bauhaus. The film is very well produced, with an impressive soundtrack and some really good moments. The Bauhaus, as it has been described, was a group of workers and their work in various workshops and factories. The Bauhaus was a worker's organization and the workers were represented by a president. The president was chosen by a vote of the workers. The first president was Josef Mengele and he was in charge of the Sobibor concentration camp and the extermination of Jews. The second president was Erich Maria Remarque who was responsible for the concentration camp at Dachau. The third president was Rudolf V. Kohnstcher, who was responsible for the Auschwitz camp and the killing of Jews. The Bauhaus was a labor organization that was started in the late 1920s. The directors used a lot of archival footage from the Bauhaus and some other archives. One thing that was very impressive was the way they were filmed. They used a lot of slow motion, which is extremely hard to pull off and is something that you really don't see in most films. They used several kinds of techniques. Some of the techniques that were used were slow motion, panning shots and pan and scan. All of these techniques were used very well. They also used very slow motion. They also used a lot of still photography. This really is an excellent documentary. It shows the Bauhaus in a very good way and you can really see the style of the Bauhaus and the people who worked there. It also tells you how the Bauhaus was created and how they were an important part of German history.

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Janet M.

A very interesting documentary from 2006 that was made in a really short period of time. The people interviewed here seem to be quite open to telling their story, and it's very interesting to see what they've been through, both good and bad. Of course, there are the stereotypical media types that try to spin their stories to make it seem like everything is perfect and people are doing great things, but the truth is that they're not. For example, they're not doing great things, but they're not perfect. It's an interesting story, and if you watch it carefully you can even find some contradictions. It's a good way to start your weekend with some really interesting interviews.

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As you can tell by my summary, I am a huge fan of the Bauhaus movement and I am very interested in this documentary. I think it's great that they try to look back on the past. Especially from the standpoint of young architects and how they deal with the pressures and expectations of working with the government. This documentary does a great job of showing the Bauhaus and the social consequences it brought about. It's very interesting to see how things developed. I also liked the documentary's overall feel. The camerawork is very nice and well done. The music score was also very nice. The thing that impressed me the most is the fact that this documentary is made by a German documentary-maker, and it was done in English. That's a big plus, especially if you are German. I think that this documentary will be very popular in Germany, because it's a great look back at the Bauhaus movement. I really hope that more documentaries like this one are made. It is very important to us to know about the history of the Bauhaus. This documentary does a good job of telling us about the past of the Bauhaus movement.

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Thomas Perkins

This movie was made in 1978 but it is a rather good time capsule of what went on in Germany during the first years of the 20th century. I especially liked the interviews with people who were the owners of some of the most famous buildings in the country. The only disappointment is that the movie does not give a very good idea of the lives of those people and the cultural influences they had. For example, there is no mention of their alcoholism and the smoking habits that were rampant at that time. I guess this is because there was no good way of conveying this information in the film. As I said, I liked the interviews with the people who owned these buildings. It was also interesting to see the work of some of the artists who were there at that time. They had their own studio and some of them were the artists who brought out the best of the buildings. As for the artists, they had a big impact on this country and the cultural influence that they had on the German people. They also showed a lot of passion for their art. For example, one of the artists, Peter Fischinger, was known for his very detailed, hand-painted drawings of buildings. These were sold by the German state for use in the schools. There was also a lot of propaganda against communism in Germany during this time. I would like to see a film that does a better job of conveying this information. If you have time, it would be a good idea to watch this movie.

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This is a well-crafted documentary about a small German studio. I like the way it's presented. It is filmed almost entirely in one room, which makes it almost impossible to hear what is going on. There are only a few moments when the director has to make a quick cut and the audio comes back. As I said before, this is an unusual documentary, but it does tell a good story. It is also a lot of fun to watch, and there is a lot of interesting information. The director has also been very nice to work with, and it is interesting to see the various approaches he has taken to his project. The cinematography is also very good, and I especially liked the short films that were made in a sound lab.

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I've just finished watching the original "Tissen kommt ohne Bau" and thought I would give this a watch to see if it was still as good as the original. The first time I saw this film I thought it was very cheesy and the acting wasn't very good. However, the second time around I was impressed with the original. I would recommend this to anyone who hasn't seen the original and is interested in German cinema. This film has a very simple plot, a simple story, but it is told very well. The acting was decent, and the cinematography was very good. I thought the movie was entertaining, and I would definitely watch this again. The soundtrack was also very good, as it is in the original. I gave it a 7 out of 10, and I would recommend this to anyone who has not seen the original and would like to watch a German movie.

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I would say this is the second best Bauhaus film, after the earlier "Warum aus Danken." There are two main reasons for this. One is that it is the one that can best tell you about the Bauhaus school. Second is that it has the most picturesque and beautiful locations in Germany. Also, it has a lot of information about the people involved, including the women. It is also a film about the Bauhaus, so it is a good one for those who are interested in the school. In this film, you can see things that you would never see in a documentary. Things that are more important than what is shown on the screen. I saw this film at a film festival in Berlin and the audience was laughing at the way things were presented. I think that this film is the best film about the Bauhaus that I have seen. It is a bit more depressing than the first one, but it is still interesting. It is a film about Bauhaus, so it is not for kids, but for those who are interested in the school.

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I've never been to Berlin, nor do I know the best way to describe it. It's not the most "English" of places and the city is not exactly the most famous in the world. It's a little town with a rather boring history. I'm not sure how they managed to convince the people in the documentary to show the other side of the city, but I think that the creators of this movie were successful. The people were very polite, the documentary was very well made, and the images of Berlin were quite interesting. I think that this documentary will be a good one for everyone, even if they don't know much about the city. I would definitely recommend this to everyone, because I think that it's worth it. It's a little bit too short, but that's also a good thing, because it's not just a short documentary, it's an entire movie.

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Cheryl W.

this movie is just great, i am a fan of Bjork and i really like the way the director has kept it a real documentary, i hope the whole thing is going to be out in the cinema, and i hope to see the whole thing in the future! now i can say it with 100% certainty: Bjork is the most beautiful woman on the planet and Bjork is a total genius, she can do everything! i think the movie is great and Bjork has been very good in the movie! i think it is going to be really good!

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It is not an exhaustive review of the Bauhaus, but it is a very interesting documentary. It is, however, quite sad to see that Bauhaus in Germany is not exactly respected in the current cultural climate, in the 21st century. Nevertheless, the film is well worth watching.

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Ronald D.

A few months after we saw the first screening of this film, we got a chance to see it at the Cannes Film Festival. I must say that the film really did stay with me. As a very young, curious, and somewhat confused film student, I found the film to be very honest and truthful about its subject matter, with many instances of humor. There were also many poignant moments that I would have missed if I hadn't been there to see it. As I'm sure most people have heard about the film, I think it is worth mentioning that many of the people interviewed in the film are not actors. I found this to be very interesting because it confirmed the notion that the people interviewed are not professional actors. I also found that it was very interesting that the director was able to make the film so "real" and to capture the feel of a German college, where the atmosphere and emotions of the students were much more "real" than any I've experienced in a film before. This is very very rare and interesting in Germany. I think this film is a must-see for people who are interested in films or German cinema in general.

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Kevin A.

This is an excellent documentary about the development of the Bauhaus movement in Germany. While the Bauhaus in the US is considered a cult, in Germany it's more of a secret society that involves not only artists but also craftsmen, mechanics, architects and other workers. It's all about an era that's sometimes called "the golden age of German architecture", which was the result of a major industrial revolution and the modernization of the country's political, economic and social system. The Bauhaus movement is also known for its concrete and glass construction. The film focuses on the history of the Bauhaus movement, its protagonists, the ideas it inspired, and the ideas behind its construction. What we see is an intriguing story that takes us from the founding of the Bauhaus to the present day. We see the Bauhaus in Berlin, and in New York, and we also see it in other German cities like Dusseldorf, Hamburg, Munich and Stuttgart. The film's topics are very diverse, and I think that's a good thing. You can see how the Bauhaus influenced the art scene in the US. The movie also has a few good scenes, but the story is a bit too slow and a bit too philosophical. It's a good documentary that is definitely worth seeing, but I think it is also a little bit too long.

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Alan Stevens

It's the history of the famous, German-led W.B.H.T.S. group. It's one of those history lessons, which are really interesting and they are not just a little bit boring. The people in the W.B.H.T.S. actually have a lot of secrets and the German historians in the film speak about the history of the W.B.H.T.S. (German acronym for "Workers' Councils" - a group of working class and student leaders who became the main channel of struggle for socialism in Germany in the early 60's) and about the German workers' struggle against Hitler and the Nazis. The film itself is very interesting and even for a German history film, it's very interesting. I like that it's more or less about the W.B.H.T.S. but it's not so boring. It's not a documentary, it's a history lesson. You have to watch it, because it's a bit long and the film is not easy to follow, but if you like historical documentaries and history, you should definitely watch this one. It's really interesting.

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Doris Garcia

If you are a fan of German cinema, this is a must. In this special two part episode, documentary filmmaker Thomas Kretschmann speaks to a large group of directors, producers, and critics, in order to explain what really went into the creation of the Bauhaus. I had a lot of questions about the concept, the music, the influence of Expressionism and the most mysterious part of the Bauhaus: Who is actually behind the studio, and why did they even bother to start the business? It's clear that not everyone was happy with the studio and all the projects they were working on. The new project which I saw on the screen was an absolutely perfect example of a film, but it didn't quite fit in the Bauhaus concept. I was a little disappointed, as I felt like the film was about a bunch of studios, and I think they could have been more than that. I also saw a lot of common criticisms of the Bauhaus, including the idea that it was just another large studio, and that they were too 'mainstream'. I disagree with that. I was just glad to see that the directors and producers were at least willing to talk about the idea of the Bauhaus. One thing I really liked about this episode was the presence of many artists who have been involved in the Bauhaus, such as Hertha Hesse and Wolfgang Stumpf. I had also wanted to see more of Bauhaus founder Walter Gropius, but this is not a big part of the documentary. It is a good thing to see that people like Wolfgang Stumpf, Herbert Hain, Herbert von Karajan, and Carsten Hermann were involved in the project. The two hour episode was a great insight into the Bauhaus and some of its key figures, and it is definitely worth a watch. Recommended.

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Joyce Marshall

For the first part of this film, which I watched over the weekend, I felt like I was watching an incredibly overlong episode of the television series "Cousin Michael". In the last few minutes, though, I felt that the director, Jakob Verbinksi, was able to focus on the story at hand and not just the music and art direction. The characters were interesting, the art direction was stunning, and the story was gripping. This is not the best documentary I have ever seen, but I enjoyed it very much. I would have to give it a 7/10. If you are into art and the art of living, then I highly recommend it. If you are not into art and the art of living, then I recommend you wait until it comes out on DVD or on DVD. In the meantime, you can watch the first part on YouTube.

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The 100th anniversary of the Bauhaus in Munich has been celebrated with a series of events in Munich. The first one was the first exhibition in the Bauhaus Museum. Then a few months later a very long and very serious documentary was made in English. This documentary consists of interviews with many people in the Bauhaus Museum and a couple of interviews with the people who lived there. It is a very nice documentary and is much better than the first one. But not as good as the documentary made in English. So the next one is very nice too and is in German. The most important thing about the new one is that it is very much longer and it is very much more detailed. It is not only about the Bauhaus, but also about the history of Munich, the Bauhaus Museum and a couple of the people who lived there. The documentary is also very well made and it is nice to see many new things in the museum. But this one is not as good as the first one. It is not really a documentary, but more like a history lesson. It is also very long and it is not very much interesting.

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Harry A.

The production of the first episode of the German Zukunft Bauhaus was an amazing success, and so was the movie, although this one isn't so much, but it is still worth seeing. The production of this movie was indeed the biggest success in German cinema history, and that's a shame. The production of the first Zukunft Bauhaus is also a good example of how a low budget can sometimes work for the better. The story is very simple, and does not contain many twists. There are no big and big stars, and no special effects. The director has the job of bringing the Zukunft Bauhaus story to life. The story has a simple formula: A young girl lives with her mother and father, but she is too young to work in a factory. So, she and her friend go to a house to see a movie, and she takes a part in it. The two girls are not the best of friends, but they do love each other, and they do love to see a movie. This movie has a lot of funny moments, but it's mostly because of the characters. The characters are not all that special, but they are well acted. The production is not too bad, and the movie has a great atmosphere, even though the scenes are not very exciting. The director is very good at conveying a very quiet atmosphere, and he is able to do this while making a movie with a lot of action. The actors do a good job at conveying the feelings of the characters, and the scenes are pretty well done. Overall, the production of this movie is a success. It is a good example of how low budget can work for the better. There are many very good movies that are made with a low budget, and this one is not one of them. It is a good movie, but it is not a very good movie.

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Brandon W.

This is a documentary of the 100th anniversary of the Bauhaus in Berlin. The film is an interesting look into the life of the Bauhaus and the rise of modern architecture. Some of the subjects are the students who worked in the Bauhaus, the architects who were inspired by the Bauhaus and its methods, the professors who were obsessed with the Bauhaus, the professors who were inspired by the students, the students themselves and their reaction to the Bauhaus. The filmmakers used the Bauhaus as a visual metaphor to tell the story. It is a very good film and I recommend it.

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Matthew R.

A "documentary" about the last "100 days" of the Bauhaus, during the time of its final consolidation. It is narrated by the student Werner Rimmer, a very interesting and interesting film. Unfortunately, it does not really tell us anything about the Bauhaus and its students, apart from a few quotes from its famous teacher Walter Gropius. The only thing that the viewer can see from this is that the Bauhaus was a German alternative to a total capitalist system. What is more, the film has some negative views about the students themselves. The question remains: were they the best of their generation? Was it true that they were able to transform the world, making their place in history? Were they really the best of their generation? To the viewers, this is only a question of perspective, but to the Bauhaus students it is a question of life. And if they are to be proud of their achievement, it is important to see that the Bauhaus was not all about technological or financial success. In the end, the Bauhaus students are still there, they are still in the Bauhaus and they still see their former teachers and their teacher's students as their friends. In the end, this is a great film, full of interesting quotes, full of interesting facts, and full of important messages about the Bauhaus. It is interesting to know what it was like to live in a time of such a legendary education system. And, to me, the main message of the film is the one about the Bauhaus and its students: what is the meaning of being a student? Are they truly "good", or are they just doing it for the money? This film shows the Bauhaus students as people, not as objects to be used and discarded. It shows them as people, not as things to be sold or bought. It shows them as people, not as commodities. It shows them as real people, not as objects.

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This movie is worth watching, but it's not really a documentary on the Nazi party. It's more a look at how the party was growing and what the differences were between the political and the nonpolitical members. You can clearly see the tension between the three main characters. Although the movie is rather long, it is very interesting to watch. It is a very insightful look at the inner workings of a Nazi party. The best part of the movie is the comments from people who were at the party. One of the best parts is the reactions of the other party members. One person commented that they all wanted to be Hitler. It was a very interesting comment.