Robert Kramer

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Robert Kramer
Born (1939-06-22)June 22, 1939
New York City, New York
Died November 10, 1999(1999-11-10) (aged 60)
Haute-Normandie, France
Occupation Film director, screenwriter, actor
Years active 1965–1999

Robert Kramer (June 22, 1939 – November 10, 1999) was an American film director, screenwriter and actor. He directed 19 films between 1965 and 1999, most of them political cinema made from a left-wing point of view.[1][2] His film À toute allure was entered into the 1982 Cannes Film Festival.[3]

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  1. ^ Kramer at The Guardian
  2. ^ Robert Kramer and the Jewish-German Question – essay by Hironobu Baba at Rouge
  3. ^ Festival de Cannes
  4. ^ FALN at Icarus Films
  5. ^ People's War + Scenes from a Class Struggle in Portugal at Eastman Museum
  6. ^ Scenes from the Class Struggle in Portugal at Metro Cinema
  7. ^ Guns, storyline at Letterboxed
  8. ^ À toute allure, note at Free Social Encyclopedia for the World
  9. ^ Thomas Harlan and Robert Kramer at Diagonal Thoughts
  10. ^ Kramer v. Kramer, review by Serge Daney
  11. ^ Diesel, chronique at Nanarland
  12. ^ Trailer
  13. ^ Review by Richard F. Shepard at NY Time, September 9, 1988
  14. ^ X-Country presentation, Turin Film Festival website
  15. ^ Route One USA, review by Caryn James at The NY Times, November 2, 1990
  16. ^ Against Oblivion at Unifrance
  17. ^ Point de départ at Féstival des 3 continents
  18. ^ Le manteau at IMDb
  19. ^ Walk the walk: Robert Kramer, interview with Pedro Winter at Les Inroks
  20. ^ Ghosts of Electricity (Kramer's vision of the future of cinema)
  21. ^ Cités de la plaine – Note (fr) sur Les films du paradoxe
  22. ^ Newsreel: Activist film collective
  23. ^ Newsreel on Newsreel, Film Quarterly, Winter 1968
  24. ^ Reference at Harvard College
  25. ^ Documentary Filmmaking on the American Left, New York : Arno Press, 1980, by Bill Nichols

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