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Rethinking television: Alexander Kluge’s cultural magazine programmes

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as a prominent member of the New German Cinema) has been actively involved in the production of a number of experimental programmes for German television. Constructed, in a similar vein to his films, out of a highly diverse collection of materials (including photographs, drawings, diagrams, clips from movies, and documentary footage) Kluge’s 10 vor 11 (10 to 11), News and Stories, Mitternachtsmagazin (Midnight Magazine), and Primetime Sp├Ątausgabe (Prime Time Late Edition) are - in both their form and content - certainly unlike anything else on German television.

Keywords: Alexander Kluge; Cultural magazines; Experimental programmes; German television

Document Type: Research Article


Affiliations: University of Technology Sydney

Publication date: 2005-02-01

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