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Berlin Film Festival and cinema Association origin: BNF, SFB - television school camera: Pahl Jugend musiziert camera: Jürgens, Rühe judo champion Rebecca Kuttner camera: Rau at the beginning and end of total length
This film: Cinema 'again in' [...]
This school: Television workshop music and camera samples in a Studio of sender Freies Berlin. Curious spectators on the edge of the decoration - students of ' television training center', the training facility for foreign TV professionals at sender Freies Berlin. The third world television experts are trained in a practical training for TV tasks in their home countries. 265 television employees from over 40 countries of the television training center have visited so far. Students - up to 40 Fellows - come from the fields of television program and production technology. Directors, editors and producers learn the craft of television work from the script to the broadcast. For employees of the operating and measurement technology, the technology course provides a theoretical and practical all-round education. The standard course lasts nine months, the language of instruction is German. Representatives of the CRC and the Federal Ministry for economic cooperation celebrated the latest establishment of their school training center in these days together with the students of the television. With a push of a button, the 'television 'workshop in Berlin from black and white to color was toggled.
This music: early exercise playing in the group in the family, has a long tradition in Germany. Her major competition builds on 'Jugend musiziert' participate every year many thousands of young musicians from the whole Federal Republic of Germany. In the College of music of Hanover the best music and met price final. Before the award ceremony, there were hundreds of regional qualifying competitions. Any young people between 14 and 19 years of age is eligible to participate. Audits are carried out according to instruments and performance classes. For example, the 15-year-old Suze Nabhan was the winner in its performance class and won the European Music Prize, which is awarded by the Western European countries at the same time. Alexander Stein of Regensburg was dar flute successfully. The competition has become 'Jugend musiziert' since its inception the motor and wet bar of musical education of youth in the Federal Republic. Quite a few participants of competition Scrabble later the music profession.
This sport: gentle violence children build your campaign area, a young woman gives them the curriculum: the 23-year-old Münchenerin Rebecca Kuttner, even just five years ago, Jude learned from Japan self-defense sport; now night it beyond the borders of Bavaria, German Champion and third in Europe of talk. Their youth enthusiasm is so great that she want to pass the 'art of gentle yielding' children and young people. Each lesson begins with balance, fall and breathing exercises. Youth aims on the weakening of the enemy off, but on strengthening its own capabilities, on the development of the people of harmony through complete self-control, extreme concentration, lightning-fast response.
Combat judo, 1906 for the first time in Europe in the circus demonstrated - includes 200 throwing and grip techniques. Already the young mobilized his self-confidence - churagiert such as the champion - by the so-called Eigenfall. Any attempt to throw, which makes Rebecca Kuttner already their recent eleven feel, can be answered with a counter throw. This man exploited movement and equilibrium of the opponent's own throw approach at the right moment. And here the success reflected: the gentle art has challenged even the supposedly weaker sex to fight.
Rebecca Kuttner knows her Judo skills in your own four walls to play. 'If my husband doesn't help when the rinse' - so, she confessed in an interview - 'I throw it just in the corner.'
Persons in the Film
Garbo, Greta ; Kuttner, Rebecca ; Laser, Dieter ; Lollobrigida, Gina ; Maihofer, Werner ; Mekes, Suse ; Scheel, Walter ; Stein, Alexander
Berlin ; FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY ; Munich
Sachindex Wochenschauen ; Buildings in Germany ; Judo ; Children ; Education, youth ; Television ; filmmaking ; Radio ; Musical events ; musical instruments ; Portraits ; Schools, training ; Social events ; Competitions ; transport
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