UFA-Dabei 721/1970 19.05.1970
01. Osaka Expo 70, 2nd report
Gustav Heinemann, large, O-tone. Total of the terrain, driving shots past the spherical German pavilion. Trafor approaches to different Japanese faces. Escalators, in the middle a plastic (face). Large-scale photographs of Japanese visitors. Children's group. Visionary architecture. Garden tour of the German pavilion with many visitors, several settings. Woman with child on her back. Group of young Japanese. Heinemann and Mrs. Hilda are greeted by Hosteß, who presents flowers, half-close. Photographing Japanese, close. Heinemann and woman on a tour with accompaniment, outside and inside. Film projections. Heinemanns leave German pavilion, totally. Press photographer, Heinemann and woman, tall, in front of the cameras. Kessler twins, swivel, close. Freddy Quinn sings without sound, short. Applauding hostesses. Braunschweig children's choir sings totally: "A hunter from Electoral Palatinate ... ". Age, bald Japanese. Kessler twins dance and sing O-tone. Feet in Japanese sandals kick beat, close. Art cyclist demonstration. Wind group in old costumes O-tone.
02. Reduction of the voting age
Various attitudes of young people at Beat. Lips, close, are painted, cars, brows, close, are brushed. Men. Several girls at makeup. Bearded man shaves himself electric, close, dancing girl. Statistics on voter turnout by age group. Hans Ludwig Wiechmann interviews young people of both sexes about their willingness to vote. Attitude, big and close, O-tones: "Will you vote?" - "Yes, I will vote, I am now 20 and I think that any citizen who is interested in our political life should also engage politically." - "Yes, I will also vote, because if I did not vote, then I could not have a say, then I could not say anything about it, what happens." - "Will you vote?" - "No." - "Why not." - "Because I haven't dealt with this new situation yet." - "It's good that we finally have the opportunity to express our opinion differently than to take to the streets and demonstrate." - "Do you also take part in political demonstrations?" - "Yes, I think that's the right and the duty of the federal citizen. to participate in demonstrations, because it is the only way to -- "With a political demonstration, one usually takes a stand on the day-to-day political issues, while in an election you employ the government for 4 years." - "Yes, the youth has the opportunity, by lowering the voting age, that without radical methods they can take a significant political influence." - "Yes, I think we should take the opportunity, especially as young people, and if we can already vote.
03. Berlin: Theatre Meeting 1970
Scenes and props are worn in theatres. Seen from above: Unloading from scenery car. Interview Dr. Haese and Walter Schmiedling O-Ton: "What does this meeting mean for Berlin?" - "For Berlin, it means that in the midst of a diverse German theatre landscape, Berlin is, so to speak, the center, the capital of the theatre, for 14 days, and that the audience of Berlin, this theatre-experienced audience, can gain an overview and insight into German-speaking theatre life." Swing over theatre posters under glass. Street scenes in Berlin, swivel on poster: Goethe sitting in female hands. Kurfürstendamm: Painter paints lithograph column. Happening with bearded man and sunglasses and poster "The Freischütz". Man with old helmet and rubber rifle targets poodle. Young audience in foyer, several large-scale recordings. On the street: Dr. Jürgen Haese talks to Dr. Hoser, totally, asks for assessment of the theatre meeting. Both O-tone, Dr. Hoser half-nah: "Mr. Dr. Hoser, we know that the private Berlin stages do not have an easy time surviving. How do you judge the 1970 Theatre Meeting in Berlin?" - "I want to call it a learning process where I can see simply: these are other forms of theatre that can convey new content and use them, and to which I am insanely happy to have contact to recognize, to learn." Schmieding and others at a table. Scenes from "Change" in the performance of the Vienna Volkstheater. O-tone.
04. Samba singer Eliana Pittmann
Aerial view of Rio de Janeiro with a Christ figure. Transformer shots of the slum. Woman while washing hanging between the huts. Swingoverover of the slums. Woman outdoors on sewing machine. Collection between huts, in between Eliana Pittmann, several settings, total, large, close, singing. And singing on stage show, singing on the banks of the Seine (?). Ship on the river. Scenes from Carnival in Rio.
05. Neuss/ Rhine: Kanu-Polo
Germany endgame. Police Hamburg - Peregrine Falcon Essen 6:5. Game scenes, partly ZL-recordings.
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Persons in the Film
Sachindex Wochenschauen; Misery; Domestic events; Interviews; Kayaking, canoeing, whitewater; Carnival; Carnival; Musical events; Theatres; Cultural events; festivals; Elections; aerial photographs; Exhibitions; transport
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UFA-Wochenschau (Other title)
- Country of Origin:
- Federal Republic of Germany
Year of Production and/or Release
- Date of Release:
- Year of Production:
- Osaka EXPO 170/Heinemann in 0
Camera: Jürgens, Ahsendorf
Reduction of the voting age/Federal Republic of Germany
Camera: Wiers, Rühe
At the time in Berlin Theatertreffen 70
Theatre meetings in Berlin
Brazilian samba singer
Canoe Polo in Neuss Peregrine Falcon Essen/Police Hamburg
Camera: Rieck, Wiers
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