Most Popular Movies and TV Shows With Joseph Beuys
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1. Never Look Away (2018)
R | 189 min | Drama, History, Romance
German artist Kurt Barnert has escaped East Germany and now lives in West Germany, but is tormented by his childhood under the Nazis and the GDR-regime.
Votes: 9,001 | Gross: $1.30M
7. Germany (1976)
29 min | Documentary, Short
Maps show how Roman towns grew into the Holy Roman Empire, before forming the German nation. From the Bavarian Alps to the Baltic Sea ports, and the former communist east to western areas, see the geography and culture of unified Germany.
10. A Conversation: Joseph Beuys, Douglas Davis, and Nam June Paik (1974 Video)
34 min | Documentary, Short, Talk-Show
Documents a conversation among artists Joseph Beuys, Douglas Davis and Nam June Paik at Ronald Feldman Fine Arts in New York in 1974. Videotaped by Bill Viola.
58 min | Documentary, Biography, History
Centered around the emergence of Constructivism, Futurism, Surrealism and Dada, Beyond Cubism takes a closer look at the artists who ignited the new movements and the alterations of ... See full summary »
15. Documenta 6 Satellite Telecast (1977)
29 min | Short
A recording of a videoshow that included a live satellite broadcast of the opening of an art exhibit at Kassel, Germany in 1977. Includes three pieces of performance art by Joseph Beuys, Douglas Davis, Nam June Paik, and Charlotte Moorman.
17. Willoughby Sharp Videoviews Joseph Beuys (1973)
28 min | Short
A videotaped interview ("videoview") of German Fluxus, happening, and performance artist - and art theorist - Joseph Beuys by Willoughby Sharp develops into a compelling conversation, as Beuys discusses life, art and work.
18. Deutsche Lebensläufe (2001– )
60 min | Documentary, Biography, History
Rudi Dutschke was the best known and most charismatic of Germany's 1968 student leaders. Forty years ago, a right-wing house painter shot him three times -- and he became the symbol of a generation.
23. Joseph Beuys' Public Dialogue (1974)
In this dialogue between the audience and German Fluxus, happening, and performance artist Joseph Beuys, recorded at the New School for Social Research in New York, the artist presents with... See full summary »
25. How Does It Feel? (1976)
60 min | Documentary
How do we relate to and make use of our physical senses? This film examines the mechanics of perception and the still mysterious way in which the brain makes meaning of it all. Includes ... See full summary »