Wikipedia:WikiProject Film/German cinema task force

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Welcome to the German cinema task force of WikiProject Films! This is a joint task force run between WikiProject Films and WikiProject Germany.

Scope[edit]

German cinema may include not only domestic films, but also films made by German filmmakers outside of the country, films produced or co-produced by German companies, and foreign films shooting within Germany.

Participants[edit]

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  1. Bahavd Gita (talk · contribs) - East German films.
  2. Borsanova (talk · contribs) - Historic and political drama, Comedy, Trash
  3. Dikanda (talk · contribs) - German Independent, Art House
  4. HeartofaDog (talk · contribs) - German language, anyway - but I generally stick to Austrian films
  5. JanderVK (talk · contribs) German Horror, Fantasy, Drama mostly.
  6. Lugnuts (talk · contribs)


Tagging and assessment[edit]

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Any article related to this task force should be marked by adding German-task-force=yes to the {{Film}} project banner at the top of its talk page (see the project banner instructions for more details on the exact syntax). This will automatically place it into Category:German cinema task force articles.

Templates[edit]

Categories[edit]

To-do[edit]

Requested articles 
Liselotte Eder (aka, Lilo Pempeit) • Karl ScheydtDie TürElisa Schlott
Expansion needed 
Cinema of Germany
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  • Tag articles.
  • Recruit interested editors.
  • Collect categories, resource links, and templates.
  • Expand the open task listing above.
  • Add things here!

Resources[edit]

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Annotated bibliography[edit]

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