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Fritz Lang 2000
edited by Robert A. Haller

Anthology Film Archives, 2000
58 pages

"The idea for this catalog was born in 1973 when Fritz Lang replied to a brief note that I had sent to him, asking about point of view in a sequence of Metropolis. Lang answered my questions (though with some irony), provoking me to rethink many aspects of his films." - R.H. in Preface

Table of Contents
Robert A. Haller – As Strong as Death: Revisiting Fritz Lang
Joseph Ruttenberg – Interview
Gene D. Phillips – Interview: Fritz Lang Remembers
Jerzy Toeplitz – Fritz Lang’s Common Denominator
Hans-Jurgen Syberberg – Recollection
Kenneth Anger – Recollection
Sylvia Sidney – Recollection
Paul Falkenberg – Recollection
Martin Scorsese – Learning from Lang
Fritz Lang to John Abbott
Charlotte Chandler – Fritz Lang’s Blue Martini
Jonas Mekas – My Interview with Fritz Lang
Robert A. Haller – Fritz Lang, Lost and Found
Bart Testa – Fritz Lang’s Third Space
Amy Greenfield – Fritz Lang’s Indian Dances
R. Bruce Elder – Gnostic Lang
Bill Nichols – Lang, Godard and a Question of Contempt
Jeff Perkins – Los Angeles, Fritz Lang, and the Golden Hour
Film Screening Schedules