Peter Lilienthal

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Peter Lilienthal
Born (1929-11-27) 27 November 1929 (age 91)
OccupationFilm director
Screenwriter
Actor
Years active1958 –present

Peter Lilienthal (born 27 November 1929) is a German film director, writer, actor and producer. His 1979 film David won the Golden Bear at the 29th Berlin International Film Festival.[1] His 1984 film Das Autogramm was entered into the 34th Berlin International Film Festival.[2] In 1996, he was a member of the jury at the 46th Berlin International Film Festival.[3]

Filmography[edit]

Director[edit]

  • 1958: Studie 23 (co-directors: Pit Kroke, Jörg Müller, Ralph Wünsche), short
  • 1959: Ausflug mit Damen (co-director Wolfgang Spier — Based on a play by Friedrich Michael)
  • 1960: Die Nachbarskinder (segment of the anthology film Der Nachbar, screenplay: Benno Meyer-Wehlack), short
  • 1961: Biographie eines Schokoladentages (screenplay: Dieter Gasper)
  • 1962: Der 18. Geburtstag (screenplay: Theodor Kotulla, Klaus Roehler)
  • 1962: Stück für Stück (screenplay: Benno Meyer-Wehlack)
  • 1962: Picknick im Felde (screenplay: Peter Lilienthal — Based on a play by Fernando Arrabal), short
  • 1963: Striptease (based on a play by Sławomir Mrożek), short
  • 1963: Schule der Geläufigkeit (screenplay: Dieter Gasper), short
  • 1964: Das Martyrium des Peter O'Hey (screenplay: Günther Kieser, Peter Lilienthal — Based on a play by Sławomir Mrożek)
  • 1965: Guernica – Jede Stunde verletzt und die letzte tötet (based on a play by Fernando Arrabal), short
  • 1965: Seraphine oder Die wundersame Geschichte der Tante Flora (screenplay: Peter Lilienthal — Based on a play by David Perry), short
  • 1966: Abschied (screenplay: Günter Herburger)
  • 1966: Der Beginn (screenplay: Günter Herburger, Peter Lilienthal)
  • 1967: Unbeschriebenes Blatt (screenplay: Peter Lilienthal — Based on a play by Rhys Adrian)
  • 1967: Abgründe (screenplay: Peter Schneider, George Moorse, Peter Lilienthal — Anthology film based on stories by Stanley Ellin and Patrick Quentin)
  • 1967: Verbrechen mit Vorbedacht (screenplay: Piers Paul Read, Peter Lilienthal — Based on a story by Witold Gombrowicz)
  • 1968: Tramp oder Der einzige und unvergleichliche Lenny Jacobson (screenplay: Peter Lilienthal — Based on a play by Barry Bermange)
  • 1969: Horror (screenplay: Peter Lilienthal — Based on a novel by Henry Farrell)
  • 1970: Malatesta (screenplay: Heathcote Williams, Michael Koser, Peter Lilienthal)
  • 1971: Die Sonne angreifen (screenplay: Robert Muller, Peter Lilienthal — Based on a novel by Witold Gombrowicz)
  • 1971: Jakob von Gunten (screenplay: Ror Wolf, Peter Lilienthal — Based on the novel Jakob von Gunten by Robert Walser)
  • 1973: La Victoria (screenplay: Antonio Skármeta, Peter Lilienthal)
  • 1975: Hauptlehrer Hofer (screenplay: Herbert Brödl [de], Peter Lilienthal — Based on Hauptlehrer Hofer by Günter Herburger)
  • 1976: Es herrscht Ruhe im Land [de] (screenplay: Antonio Skármeta, Peter Lilienthal)
  • 1979: David (screenplay: Jurek Becker, Peter Lilienthal — Based on Den Netzen entronnen by Joel König)
  • 1980: Der Aufstand [de] (screenplay: Antonio Skármeta, Peter Lilienthal)
  • 1982: Dear Mr. Wonderful (screenplay: Sam Koperwas)
  • 1984: Das Autogramm (screenplay: Peter Lilienthal — Based on Cuarteles de invierno by Osvaldo Soriano)
  • 1986: Das Schweigen des Dichters (screenplay: Peter Lilienthal — Based on The Continuing Silence of a Poet by A. B. Yehoshua)
  • 1988: Der Radfahrer von San Cristóbal (screenplay: Antonio Skármeta, Peter Lilienthal)
  • 1995: Wasserman – Der singende Hund (screenplay: Peter Lilienthal — Based on a story by Yoram Kaniuk)
  • 1995: Angesichts der Wälder (screenplay: Peter Lilienthal — Based on a story by A. B. Yehoshua)

Documentaries

  • 1959: Im Handumdrehen verdient
  • 1964: Marl – Das Porträt einer Stadt
  • 1969: Noon in Tunisia [de]
  • 1970: Ich, Montag – Ich, Dienstag – Ich, Mittwoch – Ich, Donnerstag. Portrait Gombrowicz
  • 1971: Start Nr. 9
  • 1972: Shirley Chisholm for President
  • 1977: Kadir
  • 2001: Denk ich an Deutschland … [de]: Ein Fremder
  • 2007: Camilo: The Long Road to Disobedience

Actor[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Berlinale 1978: Prize Winners". berlinale.de. Retrieved 2010-08-13.
  2. ^ "Berlinale: 1984 Programme". berlinale.de. Retrieved 2010-11-25.
  3. ^ "Berlinale: 1996 Juries". berlinale.de. Retrieved 2012-01-01.

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