New Publications


Michael Cowan

Film Societies in Germany and Austria 1910-1933. Tracing the Social Life of Cinema.

Yunte Huang

Daughter of the Dragon: Anna May Wong's Rendezvous with American History

Naomi DeCelles

Recollecting Lotte Eisner. Cinema, Exile, and the Archive

Simon Bacon, ed.

Nosferatu in the 21st Century. A Critical Study. 2023

Rada Bieberstein. ed.

Beyond Prince Achmed. New Perspectives on Animation Pioneer Lotte Reiniger

Lars-Martin Sørensen, Casper Tybjerg (Hg.)

Danish and German Silent Cinema. Towards a Common Film Culture

Julian Hanich and Michael Wedel

Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau

Samuel Frederick

Last Laugh

Ervin Malakaj

Different from the Others

Owen Lyons

Finance and the World Economy in Weimar Cinema

Seth Peabody

Film History for the Antropocene: The Ecological Archive of German Cinema

Jochen Hung

Moderate Modernity: The Newspaper Tempo and the Transformation of Weimar Democracy

David James Prickett

Double Exposure: Photography, Hegemony, and Masculinity in Wilhelmine and Weimar Germany

Kristina Höch

Gustaf Gründgens: Filmische Arbeiten 1930-1960

Uwe Wittstock

February 1933: The Winter of Literature


Campregher Paiva, Isadora. “Male and Female Villains in Weimar Cinema: Variations on Male Anxieties about Loss of Power.” Saeculum 73, no. 1 (2023): 17–42.

Gassin, Alexia. “The Formalist Cinematographic Theory: a Refined Thinking of the Expressionist Film Conception?” Linguistic Frontiers 6, no. 1 (2023): 23–28.

Gueneli, Berna. “Art, Artifice, and Eroticized Infantilization: Imagining Japanese Femininities in the Weimar Republic in Fritz Lang’s Harakiri (1919) and Kapitän Mertens’s ‘Kio, Die Lasterhafte Kirschblüte’ (1924).” The German Quarterly 96, no. 3 (2023): 326–343.

Guerin, Frances. “Fritz Lang’s Cinema of Interruption and the Narrative of Modernity.” Screen London 64, no. 1 (2023): 111–117.

Harrabin, Molly. “Racially Profiled?: ‘Jewish’ Vampirism in Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau’s Nosferatu (1922).” Studies in European Cinema (2023): 1–12.

Hutchinson, Pamela. “How Asta Nielsen Transformed the Screen.” Feminist Media Histories 9, no. 2 (2023): 131–143.

Lewit, Ido. “Dr Mabuse Today: The Centennial of Fritz Lang’s Dr Mabuse, the Gambler . Introduction.” Screen (London) 64, no. 1 (2023): 82–86.

Lewit, Ido. “Rethinking Inside and Outside: The Door in Ernst Lubitsch’s When I Was Dead and Charlie Chaplin’s The Adventurer.” Film-Philosophy 27, no. 1 (2023): 79–97.

Macho, Thomas. “Debates about the Death Drive: Nosferatu at the Zoo,” CoSMO: Comparative Studies in Modernism, no. 22 (Spring 2023): 53-66

Merkin, Noa. “Love Objects: Eros and the Materialistic Aesthetics of Ernst Lubitsch.” Film- Philosophy 27, no. 1 (2023): 64–78.

Nuy, Sandra. “Die Neue Frau – Gender Politics in Fernsehserien Über Die Weimarer Republik.” GENDER – Zeitschrift für Geschlecht, Kultur und Gesellschaft 15, no. 2 (2023): 56– 70.


Jeanpaul Goergen, “Der Autor mit der Kinamo. Heinrich Hauser und der Film”. In: Sebastian Susteck (Hg.): Grenzgänger des 20. Jahrhunderts. Perspektiven auf das literarische, journalistische und filmische Werk Heinrich Hausers (1901–1955), S. 83-112. Göttingen 2023. More info here.


Jörn Glasenapp and Julian Hanich

Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau: CITY GIRL

Christiane König

Performative Figures of Queer Masculinity: A Media History of Film and Cinema in Germany until 1945

Joanne Miyang Cho

East Asian-German Cinema: The Transnational Screen, 1919 to the Present

Julian Hanich

Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau: City Girl

Harald Neckelmann

Lockruf des Kinos: Der Plakatkünstler Josef Fennecker

Jaeho Kang, Graeme Gilloch, and John Abromeit, eds.

Siegfried Kracauer: Selected Writings on Media, Propaganda, and Political Communication

Paul Dobryden

The Hygienic Apparatus: Weimar Cinema and Environment Disorder

Laura A. Frahm

Design in Motion: Film Experiments at the Bauhaus

Viola Rühse

Film und Kino als Spiegel: Siegfried Kracauers Filmschriften aus Deutschland und Frankreich

Peter Zimmermann

Dokumentarfilm in Deutschland: Von den Anfängen bis zur Gegenwart

Gavin Schmitt

Karl Freund : The Life and Films


Decker, Philip. "Screening White Reassurance: Insecurity and Redemption in Four German Africa Films." Oxford German Studies, 2022, Vol.51 (2), p.161-185

Dobryden, Paul. “Marked Man: Fantasies of the Able Body in Fritz Lang’s M.” German studies review 45, no. 3 (2022): 407–428.

Evans, Owen. “Berlin: Palimpsests of a Great City.” Landscape Research 47, no. 7 (2022): 840-850.

Henkel, Brook. “Mabuse Returns: Fritz Lang, 1950s Berlin, and the Afterlife of Nazi Television.” New German Critique 146 (August 2022): 161-186.

Hughes, Jon. “‘Time and Space in the Depiction of Workers’ Leisure in Mother Krause’s Journey to Happiness, People on Sunday and Kuhle Wampe’: Submitted to: Studies in European Cinema.” Studies in European cinema 19, no. 4 (2022): 362–379.

Lynn, Jennifer. “Contesting and Critiquing the Neue Frau: Modern Women in the Communist Illustrated Press of the Weimar Republic.” Media history 28, no. 3 (2022): 337–354.

Radaeva, E. A. “Traditions of German Expressionism in the Cinematography of the Second Half of the 20th – Early 21st Centuries.” Concept: philosophy, religion, culture 6, no. 3 (2022): 156–170.

Schwebel, Shoshana. “Lulu’s Smile: An Archive of Trauma in Die Büchse der Pandora (1929).” The German Quarterly 95, no. 2 (2022): 149–166.

Smith, Jill Suzanne. “Lotte at the Movies: Gendered Spectatorship and German Histories of Violence in Babylon Berlin.” The Germanic review 97, no. 3 (2022): 254–271.

Watzke, Petra. “Women, Cinema, and the First World War in Rosa Porten’s Film Wanda’s Trick (1918).” The German quarterly 95, no. 2 (2022): 130–148.

Wiegand, Daniel. “‘Islands of Sound in the Silent Flow of Film’: German Part-Talkies Around 1930 as a Hybrid Medium.” Historical journal of film, radio, and television 42, no. 3 (2022): 427–450.


Aitken, Ian. “Aestheticism and Engagement in Weimar Cinematic Modernism and Soviet Montage Cinema.” In European Film Theory and Cinema, 47–68. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. 2002/2022.

König, Christiane. “Weimar Republic/Germany: Film and Cinema, Gender and Sexuality.” In Performative Figures of Queer Masculinity, 169–372. Stuttgart: J.B. Metzler, 2022.

Nagl, Tobias. “Policing Race: Postcolonial Critique, Censorship and Regulatory Responses to the Cinema in Weimar Film Culture.” In The Emergence of Film Culture, 16:21–45. New York, Oxford: Berghahn Books, 2022.

Parker, Luke Luke. “The Weimar Picture Palace: From Film to Cinema in Berlin Exile (1925–1928).” In Nabokov Noir, 30–68. Cornell University Press, 2022.

Schönfeld, Christiane. “Berlin Alexanderplatz.” In The Palgrave Encyclopedia of Urban Literary Studies, 210–226. Cham: Springer International Publishing, 2020/2022.

Schönfeld, Christiane. “Women in the City: Berlin (1900–1933).” In The Palgrave Encyclopedia of Urban Literary Studies, 1897–1908. Cham: Springer International Publishing, 2020/2022.

Walk, Cynthia. “Anna May Wong and Weimar Cinema: Orientalism in Postcolonial Germany.” In Beyond Alterity, 7:135–167. New York, Oxford: Berghahn Books, 2014/2022.


Kenneth S. Calhoon

The Long Century’s Long Shadow: Weimar Cinema and the Romantic Modern

Anjeana K. Hans

Warning Shadows

Noah Isenberg

Billy Wilder on Assignment: Dispatches from Weimar Berlin and Interwar Vienna

Anton Kaes

M (2nd ed. with new foreword)

Katharina Loew

Special Effects and German Silent Film: Techno-Romantic Cinema

Philipp Stiasny, Jürgen Kasten, and Frederik Lang

Ufa international: Ein deutscher Filmkonzern mit globalen Ambitionen

Erica Tortolan and Martin F. Norden

ReFocus: The Films of Paul Leni


Allred, Mason Kamana. "Dark Temporalities: Technologies of Race and Lighting in Ernst Lubitsch's The Loves of Pharaoh (1922)." Film History: An International Journal 33, no. 2 (2021): 60-90.

Brown, Patrick S. “Flights of Fancy: The Kriegsspiel and the Cinema in Weimar Germany.” German studies review 44, no. 3 (2021): 449–468.

Cieslik, Emma. “The Monster and the Mob: A Critical Analysis of Fritz Lang’s Fury (1936) and James Whale’s Frankenstein (1931).” Film Matters 12, no. 2 (2021): 36–49.

Friedman, Sara. “Universal Language with a German Accent: Conrad Veidt in Silent Hollywood.” German Studies Review 44, no. 2 (2021): 293–312.

Magnusen, Kaia. “Visualizing Disease and ‘Depravity’ in the Weimar Republic: The Film Roles and Dance Performances of Anita Berber and Otto Dix’s Bildnis der Tänzerin Anita Berber.” Seminar: A Journal of Germanic Studies 57, no. 4 (2021): 335–359.

McCann, Andrew. "Melancholy and the Masses: Siegfried Kracauer and the Media Concept." Discourse 43, no. 1 (2021): 150-170.

Peabody, Seth. “Infrastructure, Water, Ecology: Fritz Lang’s Metropolis as Ecological Archive.” Colloquia Germanica 53, no. 2-3 (2021): 249–267.

Sheil, Aine. “Alienated Entertainment: Ludwig Berger’s Meistersinger Film Der Meister von Nurnberg (1927).” Journal of the Royal Musical Association 146, no. 2 (2021): 367–395.

Young, Andrew Phillip. “Noir and Exilic Cinema: Fritz Lang’s Fury, Trauma, and the German Critique.” The Journal of Popular Film and Television 49, no. 2 (2021): 70–80.


Gardner, Colin. “‘The Multiplicity Is Among Us’: Silence and the Machinic Phylum in Fritz Lang’s M (1931).” In Chaoid Cinema. Edinburgh University Press, 2021.

Jayamanne, Laleen. “A Gift Economy: G. W. Pabst’s Pandora’s Box (1929).” 23–53. In Poetic Cinema and the Spirit of the Gift in the Films of Pabst, Parajanov, Kubrick and Ruiz. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2021.

Knowlton, Barry C, and Eloise R Knowlton. “Murnau’s Faust and the Weimar Moment.” In Giving the Devil His Due, 27–41. New York, USA: Fordham University Press, 2021.


Ofer Ashkenazi

Anti-Heimat Cinema: The Jewish Invention of the German Landscape

Ingo Cornils

Beyond Tomorrow: German Science Fiction and Utopian Thought in the 20th and 21st Centuries

Christiane König

Performative Figuren queerer Männlichkeit: Eine Mediengeschichte von Film und Kino in Deutschland bis 1945

Alexandra Ksenofontova

The Modernist Screenplay: Experimental Writing for Silent Film

Nadine Rossol and Benjamin Ziemann eds.

Oxford Handbook of the Weimar Republic (Open Access)

Richard McCormick

Sex, Politics, and Comedy: The Transnational Cinema of Ernst Lubitsch (Open Access)

Daniel Mourenza

Walter Benjamin and the Aesthetics of Film

Maya Barzilai

The Golem, How He Came into the World

Tim Bergfelder, Erica Carter, Deniz Göktürk, and Claudia Sandberg

The German Cinema Book

Barbara Beuys

Asta Nielsen. Filmgenie und Neue Frau

Axel Block

Die Kameraaugen des Fritz Lang: Der Einfluss der Kameramänner auf den Film der Weimarer Republik

Stephen Brockmann

A Critical History of German Film

Barbara Hales and Valerie Weinstein

Rethinking Jewishness in Weimar Cinema

Jörg Später

Kracauer: A Biography

Daisuke Yanagibashi

Metaphorologie des Kinos: Sprachbilder und Intermedialität im literarischen Kinodiskurs der Klassischen Moderne


Finocchiaro, Francesco. “‘In the Mirror of Criticism: The Film Music Debate on Reichsfilmblatt from 1924 to 1929 (with a source catalogue).” Fontes Artis Musicae 67, no. 1 (2020): 34–62.

Finocchiaro, Francesco. “Operatic Works in Silent Cinema: Toward a Translational Theory of Film Adaptations.” Music and the Moving Image 13, no. 3 (January 2020): 49–71.

Pamela Hutchinson

Pandora's Box (BFI)

Lindner, Ines. “Technik Und Magie: Benjamin, Blossfeldt und „Das Blumenwunder: Zur Rezeption eines wieder entdeckten Stummfilms der Weimarer Republik.” Internationales Jahrbuch für philosophische Anthropology 9, no. 1 (2020): 187–222.

Pryt, Karina. “Importierte Unterhaltung: Filme der Deutschen Ufa in Warschau 1919– 1939.” Geschichte und Gesellschaft 46, no. 1 (2020): 122–54.

Henkel, Dennis, Eelco M. Wijdicks, and Axel Karenberg. “Nicht nur Slapstick: Stummfilme als unterschätzte Zeugen der Medizingeschichte.” Deutsche medizinische Wochenschrift 145, no. 25 (2020): 1818–1827.

Zappe, Florian. “In the Shadow of the ‘Indeterminate Speech-Act’: The Populist Politics of Rumor in Fritz Lang’s Early Sound Films.” European Journal of American Studies 15, no. 4 (2020).


Ashkenazi, Ofer. “The Menace and Promise of Heimat in the Early Weimar Era: E. A. Dupont’s Cinematic Landscapes.” In Anti-Heimat Cinema: The Jewish Invention of the German Landscape, 40–71. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2020.

Ksenofontova, Alexandra. “The Weimar Screenplay: ‘Expressionism’ and Literary Adaptations.” In The Modernist Screenplay: Experimental Writing for Silent Film, 111–130. Cham: Springer International Publishing, 2020.

Mourenza, Daniel. “Film and the Aesthetics of German Fascism.” 117–151. In Walter Benjamin and the Aesthetics of Film. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2020.

Zakai, Avihu. “Siegfried Kracauer’s From Caligari to Hitler: Weimar Cinema as Pandora’s Box.” In Jewish Exiles’ Psychological Interpretations of Nazism, 71–116. Cham: Springer International Publishing, 2020.


Nadia Bartels, Kristina Jaspers, and Dietrich Neumann eds.

Deutsche Filmarchitektur German Film Architecture 1918–1933

Daria Santini

The Exiles: Actors, Artists and Writers Who Fled the Nazis for London

Michael Wedel

Pictorial Affects, Senses of Rupture: On the Poetics and Culture of Popular German Cinema, 1910-1930

Ernst Blass

In Kino Veritas: Essays und Kritiken zum Film. Berlin 1924-1933


Beinroth, Carolin, and Claudia Bullerjahn. “Music in German Silent Cinema: Reception in the Film Trade Press 1907-1925.” The Journal of Film Music 7, no. 2 (2019): 21–35.

Brataas, Delilah Bermudez. “The Shadow’s Shadow, or Gendered Ambition in Asta Nielsen’s 1921 Hamlet.” Cahiers élisabéthains 98, no. 1 (2019): 3–21.

Cabrera, María Dolores. “The Aesthetics and the Influence of German Cinema in the Fantastic Cinema and Mexican Horror of the 1930s.” Brumal. Revista de Investigación sobre lo Fantástico = Research Journal on the fantastic (2019).

Cashill, Robert. “The Man Who Laughs.” Cineaste 44, no. 4 (2019): 66–67.

Collenberg-Gonzalez, Carrie. "Rape Culture and Dialectical Montage: A Radical Reframing of Menschen am Sonntag (1930)." Feminist German Studies 35 (2019): 85-109.

Deriaz, Margaret. “White Lightm White HeatL: Weimar Cinema;s Hidden Depths.” Sight and Sound 29, no. 6 (2019): 26–32.

Fuchs, Maria. “Hermann Kretzschmar’s Forgotten Heirs: “Silent”-Film Music as Applied Hermeneutics.” Music and the Moving Image 12, no.3 (January 2019): 1–24.

Gavaris, Peter. “The Horror of the Real: Filmic Form, The Century, and Fritz Lang’s M.” Dianoia 6, no. 1 (2019): 19–28.

Golding, David. “The Darker Side of Fritz Lang’s Metropolis: Coloniality in Modernist Cinema.” Postcolonial studies 22, no. 3 (2019): 303–324.

Hall, Sara F. “Babylon Berlin: Pastiching Weimar Cinema.” Communications-European Journal of Communication Research 44, no. 3 (2019): 304–322.

Kłys, Tomasz. “Fiancées and Widows: Women’s Encounters with Death in the Silent Films of Fritz Lang.” Images 25, no. 34 (2019): 155–162.

Oh, Soon-Hee. “Ausdruckskraft Stiller Bilder – Am Beispiel von Friedrich Wilhelm Murnaus Stummfilm Faust.” Journal for German Culture and Literature 28 (2019): 203–227.

Saull, Gerlad; Ells, Chrystene. “Shadows Illuminated. Understanding German Expressionist Cinema through the Lens of Contemporary Filmmaking Practices.” Acta Universitatis Sapientiae. Film and Media Studies 16.1 (2019): 103–126.

Wodianka, Stephanie. “Fritz Lang in Hollywood: Das mythische Eigene und die Fremdheit des Mythos.” Cahiers d’études germaniques 1, no. 76 (2019): 189–200.


Brook, Vincent. “Jews and Expressionism: ‘Performing High and Low.’” In Driven to Darkness: Jewish Émigré Directors and the Rise of Film Noir, 38–57. Ithaca, NY: Rutgers University Press, 2019.

Fabe, Marilyn. “Expressionism and Realism in Film Form: F.W. Murnau’s The Last Laugh and Charles Chaplin’s The Adventurer.” In Closely Watched Films, 37–58. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2019.

Gelbin, Cathy S. “From Sexual Enlightenment to Racial Antisemitism: Gender, Sex, and Jewishness in Weimar Cinema’s Monsters.” In Monsters and Monstrosity in Jewish History, 118–133. Bloomsbury Publishing Plc, 2019.

Gunning, Tom. “A Voice That Is Not Mine: Terror and the Mythology of the Technological Voice.” In The Voice as Something More: Essays Toward Materiality. University of Chicago Press, 2019.

Mennel, Barbara. “Modernity and the City Film: Berlin.” In Cities and Cinema, 19–38. 2nd ed. Routledge, 2019.

von Moltke, Johannes. “From Hitler to Caligari: Spaces of Weimar Cinema.” In The Curious Humanist: Siegfried Kracauer in America, 93–108. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2019.

Nossett, Lauren. “The Virginal Mother of Orphans and the Vamp Anti-Mother: Thea von Harbou and Fritz Lang’s Metropolis.” In The Virginal Mother in German Culture: From Sophie von La Roche and Goethe to Metropolis, 131–. Northwestern University Press, 2019.


Evelyn Echle

Ornamentale Oberflächen: Spurensuche zu einem ästhetischen Phänomen des Stummfilms

Karin Herbst-Messlinnger, Rainer Rother, and Annika Schaefer

Weimarer Kino – neu gesehen

Kristina Jaspers and Annika Schaefer

Kino der Moderne: Film in der Weimarer Republik


Amoros Pons, Anna, and Nuria Gomez Otero. “The German Expressionist Film The Golem (1920): Study of the Musical Composition by Aljoscha Zimmerman.” Atalante (Valencia, Spain), no. 26 (2018): 181–197.

Cho, Hunsang. “They Saw Their Anxieties with Their Own Eyes - Social Anxieties of the Weimar Republic and the Expressionist Films.” Homo Migrans-Migration, Colonialism, Racism 18 (2018): 119–158.

Dumas, Louise. “Les scandaleuses de Weimar : Femmes et actrices dans le cinéma muet de G.W. Pabst.” Positif (Paris : 1952), no. 693 (2018): 94–97.

Helmers, Maike. “The Transition from the Silent into the Sound Era in German Cinema: The Innovative Use of Sound in Pabst's Westfront 1918.” Music, Sound and the Moving Image 12, no. 2 (2018): 121–139.

Howe, Steven. “Justice in Crisis? On the Popular Jurisprudence of Weimar Film.” Polemos 12, no. 1 (2018): 147–165.

Pinkerton, Nick. “A Thousand Unblinking Eyes: A History Cinema and Surveillance from Fritz Lang to Michael Mann.The Baffler, no. 40 (2018): 36–43.

Schaub, Christoph. “Labor-Movement Modernism: Proletarian Collectives between Kuhle Wampe and Working-Class Performance Culture.” Modernism/Modernity 25, no. 2 (2018): 327-348.

Sterritt, David. “Fritz Lang’s Silent Cinema: Far-Flung Geographies, Omniscient Masterminds, and the Laws of Life and Death.” Cinéaste 43, no. 3 (2018): 38–44.

Vollgraff, Matthew. “Vegetal Gestures: Cinema and the Knowledge of Life in Weimar Germany.” Grey Room 72 (2018): 68–93.


Cowan, Michael. “Productive City: Ruttmann’s Düsseldorf: Kleiner Film einer großen Stadt.” In The City Symphony Phenomenon : Cinema, Art, and Urban Modernity Between the Wars. Milton: Routledge, 2018.

Ganeva, Mila. “Vicarious Consumption: Wartime Fashion in Film and the Press, 1939–44.” In Film and Fashion Amidst the Ruins of Berlin, 21–46, 2018.

Mungen, Anno. “Filmmusik und die multimedialen Künste des 19. Jahrhunderts.” In Filmmusik, 33–43. Wiesbaden: Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden, 2018.

Sadowski, Piotr. “Expressionist Light and Shadows in Weimar Cinema.” In The Semiotics of Light and Shadows, 105–176. Bloomsbury Publishing Plc, 2018.

Slugan, Mario. “The Birth of Literary Montage from the Spirit of Contemporary Reviews of Berlin Alexanderplatz.” In Montage as Perceptual Experience, 65–107, 2018.


Harry T. Craver

Reluctant Skeptic: Siegfried Kracauer and the Crises of Weimar Culture

Piotr ​​Sadowski

The Semiotics of Light and Shadows: Modern Visual Arts and Weimar Cinema

Michael Thomas Taylor

Not Straight from Germany: Sexual Publics and Sexual Citizenship since Magnus Hirschfeld

Friedemann Beyer

Die Ufa – Ein Film-Universum

Ursula von Keitz and Philipp Stasny

Alles dreht sich... und bewegt sich: Der Tanz und das Kino

Kristina Köhler

Der tänzerische Film: Frühe Filmkultur und moderner Tanz (Open Access)

Peter Mänz, Rainer Rother, and Klaudia Wick

Die Ufa: Geschichte einer Marke

Hanns Zischler

Kafka geht ins Kino


Maya Barzilai

Golem: Modern Wars and Their Monsters

Anton Kaes, Nicholas Baer, and Michael Cowan

The Promise of Cinema: German Film Theory, 1907-1933

Jörg Schweinitz and Daniel Wigand

Film Bild Kunst: Visuelle Ästhetik des vorklassischen Stummfilms um 1910 (Open Access)

Cristina Massaccesi

Nosferatu, a Symphony of Horror


Scott Curtis

The Shape of Spectatorship: Art, Science, and Early Cinema in Germany

Wolfgang Fuhrmann

Imperial Projections: Screening the German Colonies

Joseph Garncarz

Wechselnde Vorlieben: Über die Filmpräferenzen der Europäer 1896–1939

Oliver Gaycken

Devices of Curiosity: Early Cinema and Popular Science

Kai Nowak

Projektionen der Moral: Filmskandale in der Weimarer Republik

David Steinitz

Geschichte der deutschen Filmkritik

Chris Wahl

Multiple Language Versions Made in Babelsberg: Ufa’s International Strategy, 1929–1939


Norbert Aping

Charlie Chaplin in Deutschland: 1915–1924. Der Tramp kommt ins Kino

Connie Betz, Julia Pattis, and Rainer Rother

Ästhetik der Schatten. Filmisches Licht 1915-1950

Martin Blumenthal-Barby

The Place of Politics in German Film

Oliver A. Botar

Sensing the Future: Moholy-Nagy, Media and the Arts

Steve Choe

Afterlives: Allegories of Film and Mortality in Early Weimar Germany

Michael Cowan

Walter Ruttmann and the Cinema of Multiplicity: Avant-Garde Film - Advertising - Modernity

Kate Elswit

Watching Weimar Dance

Norbert Grob

Fritz Lang: Ich bin ein Augenmensch

Malte Hagener

The Emergence of Film Culture: Knowledge Production, Institution Building, and the Fate of the Avant-Garde in Europe, 1919–1945

Anjeana K. Hans

Gender and the Uncanny in Films of the Weimar Republic

Petra Löffler

Verteilte Aufmerksamkeit: Eine Mediengeschichte der Zerstreuung


Timothy O. Benson

Hans Richter: Encounters

Chris Dähne

Die Stadtsinfonien der 1920er Jahre. Architektur zwischen Film, Fotografie und Literatur

Jaimey Fisher

Generic Histories of German Cinema: Genre and its Deviations

Joseph Garncarz

Hollywood in Deutschland: Zur Internationalisierung der Kinokultur 1925–1990.

Bernd Kleinsans

"Der schärfste Ersatz für die Wirklichkeit": Die Geschichte der Kinowochenschau


Ofer Ashkenazi

Weimar Film and Modern Jewish Identity

Christoph Bareither

Hans Richters Rhythmus 21: Schlüsselfilm der Moderne

Olaf Brill

Der CALIGARI-Komplex

Ursula Frohne and Lilian Haberer

Kinematographische Räume: Installationsästhetik in Film und Kunst

Joseph Garncarz and Annemone Ligensa

The Cinema of Germany

Gerd Gemünden, and Johannes von Moltke

Culture in the Anteroom: The Legacies of Siegfried Kracauer

Sylvio Herrmann

Die Entwicklung des Kinos zum Massenkonsumgut: Vom Deutschen Kaiserreich bis zur Weimarer Republik

Jennifer M. Kapczynski and Michael D. Richardson

A New History of German Cinema

Christtiann Kiening and Heinrich Adolf

Der absolute Film: Dokumente der Medienavantgarde (1912-1936)

Kaspar Maase

Die Kinder der Massenkultur: Kontroversen um Schmutz und Schund seit dem Kaiserreich

Michael Wedel, Ralf Schenk, and Chris Wahl

100 Years Studio Babelsberg: The Art of Filmmaking


Anke J. Hübel

Big Bigger Cinema: Film- und Kinomarketing in Deutschland (1910–1933)

Klaus Kreimeier

Traum und Exzess: Die Kulturgeschichte des frühen Kinos

Marline Otto

Jewish Identities in German Popular Entertainment 1890–1933

Dominik Petzold

Der Kaiser und das Kino: Herrschaftsinszenierung, Populärkultur und Filmpropaganda im Wilhelminischen Zeitalter

Ursula Saekel

Der US-Film in der Weimarer Republik - ein Medium der "Amerikanisierung"?: Deutsche Filmwirtschaft, Kulturpolitik und mediale Globalisierung im Fokus transatlantischer Interessen

Jörg Schweinitz

Film and Stereotype: A Challenge for Cinema and Theory

Karin Wieland

Dietrich & Riefenstahl: Der Traum von der neuen Frau


Erica Carter

Béla Balázs: Early Film Theory

Joseph Garncarz

Maßlose Unterhaltung: Zur Etablierung des Films in Deutschland 1896–1914

Laurence Kardish

Weimar Cinema 1919–1933: Daydreams and Nightmares

Jasmin Lange

Der deutsche Buchhandel und der Siegeszug der Kinematographie 1895–1933: Reaktionen und strategische Konsequenzen

Christian Rogowski

The Many Faces of Weimar Cinema: Rediscovering Germany’s Filmic Legacy

Corey Ross

Media and the Making of Modern Germany: Mass Communications, Society, and Politics from the Empire to the Third Reich

Heide Schlüpmann

The Uncanny Gaze: The Drama of Early German Cinema


Noah Isenberg, ed.

Weimar Cinema: An Essential Guide to Classic Films of the Era.

Anton Kaes

Shell Shock Cinema: Weimar Culture and the Wounds of War

Chris Wahl

Sprachversionsfilme aus Babelsberg. Die internationale Strategie der Ufa 1929–1939