Peter Stephan Jungk
Die Dunkelkammern der Edith Tudor-Hart
Geschichten eines Lebens
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Berühmte Fotografin, Spionin für die Sowjetunion und alleinerziehende Mutter – Edith Tudor-Hart führte ein bewegtes Leben. Geboren und aufgewachsen in Wien, studierte sie während der Weimarer Republik am Bauhaus, später wurde sie wegen kommunistischer Umtriebe verhaftet und emigrierte nach England. Dort wurde sie mit ihren fotografischen Sozialreportagen bekannt und hatte engen Kontakt u.a. zu Anna Freud, Donald Winnicott und Kim Philby. Zugleich arbeitete sie im Auftrag des KGB und spielte die Schlüsselrolle bei der Rekrutierung der »Cambridge Five«, des berühmtesten Spionagerings, den die Sowjetunion in Großbritannien unterhielt.

Peter Stephan Jungk verfasst die lebendige Romanbiographie seiner Großtante, einer der wichtigsten österreichisch-britischen Fotografinnen des 20. Jahrhunderts.

»Ein biographisches Meisterwerk!«
Gerhard Roth

 

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OUR FILM 'TRACKING EDITH'

UNSER FILM 'AUF EDITHS SPUREN'

NOTRE FILM 'SUR LES TRACES D'EDITH'

http://www.trackingedith.com/

TRAILER DEUTSCH: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2NVZjJq7nDQ&t=12s

TRAILER ENGLISH: https://vimeo.com/204925823

BANDE D'ANNONCE EN FRANÇAIS: https://vimeo.com/204924629


 


 

SAN FRANCISCO JEWISH FILM FESTIVAL (SFJFF) / USA

MON 24th July 15:30 @ CineArts

TUE 25th July 14:25 @ Castro Theatre

TUE 1st August 14:00 @ Albany Twin



VERGANGENE EVENTS / PAST EVENTS 2016-2017


VIENNALE 2016 / WORLD PREMIERE / WELTPREMIERE

31. Oktober 18:00 @ Gartenbaukino (dt. Fassung) http://www.viennale.at/de/film/auf-ediths-spuren-df

1. November 11:00 @ Stadtkino im Künstlerhaus (engl. version) http://www.viennale.at/en/films/auf-ediths-spuren-ef


26. Februar 2017 – PARIS

18:00 @ Musée de l'art et de l'histoire du Judaisme (mahJ)#

https://www.mahj.org/fr/programme/tracking-edith-auf-ediths-spuren-48271


28. März 2017 – WIEN / PREVIEW

19:00 Preview @ Stadtkino im Künstlerhaus, in Anwesenheit des Regisseurs + anschließendem Gespräch, Ticket-Reservierung: office@stadtkinowien.at


30. März 2017  – OÖ / VORPREMIERE in Linz und Freistadt

18:30 Vorpremiere @ Moviemento Linz + anschließendem Gespräch mit Produzentin & Koproduzent

20:00 Vorpremiere @ Kino Freistadt + anschließendem Gespräch mit dem Koproduzent


31. März 2017 – WIEN / KINOSTART & PREMIERE

19:00 Premiere @ Stadtkino im Künstlerhaus, in Anwesenheit des Teams und des Protagonisten Peter Suschitzky


2. April 2017 – DIAGONALE GRAZ

11:00 Diagonale-Screening @ Schubertkino in Anwesenheit des Regisseurs und des Protagonisten Peter Suschitzky


4. April 2017 – WELS

19:00 @ Programmkino Wels in Anwesenheit des Regisseurs + anschließendem Gespräch


4. April 2017 – NEW DELHI / INDIA

19:00 @ Austrian Cultural Forum New Delhi



18. April 2017 – SALZBURG

20:00 Salzburger Filmkulturzentrum DasKino in Anwesenheit des Regisseurs und der Produzentin + Gespräch 


28. April & 29. April 2017 – MINNEAPOLIS  (MSPIFF)

FRI 28th April 13:30 @ Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival St. Anthony Main Theatre 3

SAT 29th April 12:00 @ Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival St. Anthony Main Theatre 4


18. Mai 2018 – INNSBRUCK

20:10 @ Leokino Innsbruck in Anwesenheit des Regisseurs + anschließendem Gespräch


28. Mai 2017 – KLAGENFURT

Filmstart im Volkskino Klagenfurt 

Weitere Screenings von 29.-31. Mai


EU FILM DAYS IN TOKYO & KYOTO / JAPAN

WED 7th June 19:00 @ National Film Center Tokyo

FRI 9th June 15:00 @ National Film Center Tokyo

SUN 11th June 16:30 @ Film Museum of Kyoto

FRI 16th June 13:30 @ Film Museum of Kyoto


JÜDISCHES FILMFESTIVAL BERLIN & BRANDENBURG (JFBB) / DEUTSCHLAND

SO 9. Juli 19:00 @ Filmkunst 66, in Anwesenheit des Regisseurs & der Produzentin

DI 11. Juli 20:00 @ IL Kino, in Anwesenheit des Regisseurs & der Produzentin

"Tracking Edith" received the Gershon-Klein-Filmpreis for Best Documentary Director at the JFBB.

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Publication de la traduction du livre sur Edith Tudor-Hart début octobre 2016:

 

http://www.lemonde.fr/livres/article/2016/12/01/edith-tudor-hart-grand-mere-espionne_5041237_3260.html

https://www.mediapart.fr/journal/culture-idees/281116/edith-tudor-hart-mise-en-lumiere-dune-femme-de-lombre?onglet=full

 



 

 

 

OUR DOCUMENTARY FILM "TRACKING EDITH" IS COMPLETED. 

 UNSER DOKUMENTARFILM "AUF EDITHS SPUREN" IST ABGESCHLOSSEN.


See:

Siehe:

http://www.austrianfilms.com/films/film_detail?fid=1456433353186

http://www.trackingedith.com/

 

 

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BERICHT VON DEN DREHARBEITEN ZUM DOKUMENTARFILM "AUF EDITHS SPUREN"

http://www.hundertvierzehn.de/artikel/auf-der-suche-nach-edith_925.html?utm_source=NL150603&utm_medium=Mailing&utm_term=JUN&utm_campaign=114

 

DAS BUCH "DIE DUNKELKAMMERN DER EDITH TUDOR-HART" IST AM 21. MAI ERSCHIENEN:

"THE DARK ROOMS OF EDITH TUDOR-HART"

"LES CHAMBRES NOIRS DE EDITH TUDOR-HART"

http://www.fischerverlage.de/buch/die_dunkelkammern_der_edith_tudor-hart/9783100023988

EINIGE KRITIKEN/REAKTIONEN ZU 'DIE DUNKELKAMMERN DER EDITH TUDOR-HART'

REVIEWS RE. THE PUBLICATION OF "THE DARKROOMS OF EDITH TUDOR-HART"

Süddeutsche Zeitung

Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung

Neue Zürcher Zeitung

Deutschland Radio

Profil

Metropolis/Arte (ab Minute 32')

 

Mit großer Freude zum S. Fischer Verlag zurückgekehrt...Erscheinungstermin Frühjahr 2015

Very happy to announce my return to S. Fischer Verlag, after years in "exile". My new book to be published in the Spring of 2015

Mon retour, avec grande joie, aux éditions S. Fischer. Mon nouveau livre sera publié au printemps 2015


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THE PERFECT AMERICAN IN BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA, SEPTEMBER 2014:

A wonderful review from the Brisbane Times, by  

http://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/entertainment/box-seat/philip-glass-opera-shatters-disney-myth-20140916-10hs1r.html


http://www.brisbanefestival.com.au/events/view/the-perfect-american

http://themusic.com.au/news/all/2014/06/24/philip-glass-the-perfect-american-leads-2014-brisbane-festival-line-up/

Brisbane Festival and Opera Queensland
in association with Queensland Performing Arts Centre and Griffith University present

The Perfect American

15   20 Sept

Philip Glass
Australian Premiere

Following its world premiere in Madrid and acclaimed London season, the latest opera from iconic composer Philip Glass will make its Australian debut in Brisbane.

With ingenious animated projections and design, The Perfect American imagines the final months of Walt Disney’s life, including mythical imaginings of Abraham Lincoln and Andy Warhol.

This visually spectacular production designed by Dan Potra and directed by esteemed international theatre director Phelim McDermott (Metropolitan Opera), includes a stunning international and Australian cast, led by conductor Gareth Jones (English National Opera).

Featuring British baritone Christopher Purves as Walt Disney, Cheryl Barker as Hazel, Douglas McNicol as Roy Disney, Donald Kaasch as Dantine, Marie McLaughlin as Lillian Disney and Kanen Breen as Andy Warhol alongside the Opera Queensland Chorus and Queensland Symphony Orchestra.

To conclude this magnificent collaboration, Ben Wright will choreograph dancers from Brisbane’s Expressions Dance Company and Britain’s Improbable Theatre.

Don’t miss one of this year's most exciting music theatre events.

Festival Conversations: pre-performance talks by John Colwill will occur in the Concert Hall foyer:

  • Mon 15 Sept, 7.15pm-7.35pm
  • Wed 17 Sept, 5.45pm-6.05pm
  • Fri 19 Sept, 7.15pm-7.35pm
  • Sat 20 Sept, 7.15pm-7.35pm

An ABC symposium discussion on The Perfect American will take place on Thu 4 Sept, 6.30pm at ABC Studios - see Festival Conversations for more details.

Sung in English with projected surtitles.
This performance features some smoke and haze effects.

An Opera by Philip Glass 
Based on the Book by Peter Stephan Jungk 
Libretto by Rudolph Wurlitzer 
©2011 Dunvagen Music Publishers Inc. Used by Permission.

Commissioned by Teatro Real, Madrid, and the English National Opera, London.
In collaboration with Improbable.


Date

130 minutes (interval)

Venue

QPAC

Concert Hall

Cnr of Grey & Melbourne Sts
South Bank

 

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AB 26. APRIL 2014 AM THALIA THEATER HAMBURG:

'CLÔTURE DE L'AMOUR' VON PASCAL RAMBERT

DEUTSCHE ÜBERSETZUNG VON PETER STEPHAN JUNGK

'ENDE EINER LIEBE', MIT JENS HARZER UND MARINA GALIC...

"Der Text in der Übersetzung Peter Stephan Jungks ist eine böse Anklage von nahezu bernhardscher Wucht, die Performance auf eine virtuose Weise minimalistisch...Und der tosende Schlussapplaus zeigt: Das Publikum ist überhaupt nicht besonders ironiesüchtig, das Publikum denkt manchmal ganz gerne über die Liebe nach."

ende einer liebe2 560 krafft angerer hJens Harzer und Marina Galic giften sich an © Krafft Angerer

 

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37. INNSBRUCKER WOCHENENDGESPRÄCHE 2014, VOM 15. BIS 17. MAI 2014

zum Thema „Traum“

www.wochenendgespraeche.at

MODERATOR: PETER STEPHAN JUNGK

Autorinnen und Autoren: Nico Bleutge (Berlin), Ann Cotten (Berlin), Ralph Dutli (Heidelberg), Peter Stephan Jungk (Paris), Robert Kleindienst (Salzburg), Judith Kuckart (Zürich, Berlin), Josef Oberhollenzer (Bruneck), Peter Truschner (Berlin), Birgit Unterholzner (Bozen), Andrea Winkler (Wien)

Lesungen: ORF Tirol, Studio 3, Rennweg 14, 20.15 Uhr, Donnerstag, 15. 5. und Samstag, 17.5.
Gespräche: Ensembleproberaum des Tiroler Landestheaters, Freitag, 16. 5. Und Samstag 17.5., jeweils von 10:00 bis 12:00 und von 15:00 bis 17:00


 

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The Perfect American is now available on DVD and bluray

Jetzt auf DVD und bluray erhältlich

disponible sur DVD et bluray

 

 

 

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THE PERFECT AMERICAN AUF ARTE, AM 30. SEPTEMBER 2013, UM 21H55

EN FRANCE SUR ARTE À 22H30

 

The Perfect American
 

The Perfect American

lundi 30 septembre à 22h30 (122 min)

EXTRAIT 2 min

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THE PERFECT AMERICAN AT THE LONDON COLISEUM - IN A BEAUTIFUL PRODUCTION

 

  • Rosie Lomas (Lucy) in The Perfect American
    Rosie Lomas plays Lucy, reminding Walt of his impending doom, in Phelim McDermott’s production Donald Cooper
Rated to 4 stars

How ironic that Walt Disney, who virtually banished death, disease and misery from the cartoon world he created, should be the subject of an opera focused entirely on his last months — when he was dying of lung cancer and very scared by the prospect. And that this opera about the master of animation should be composed by Philip Glass, famed for writing possibly the least animated music in the Western world.

Yet, against many expectations, The Perfect American works. That’s partly because of a brilliant, allusive and cinematic production by Phelim McDermott, and a near-faultless cast — largely the same for English National Opera as for the world premiere in Madrid in January.

But Glass’s music is also more interesting than in many of his previous 24 operas. From the ticktock percussion opening — time running out for Walt — through passages that evoke Sousa marches in the smalltown America that Disney idealised, to the deep, moody film noir orchestrations throbbing through much of the work, this is a score (impeccably conducted by Gareth Jones) deliberately at odds with the saccharine-perfect make-believe created by Disney himself.

Not that The Perfect American is a hatchet-job on Mickey Mouse’s creator. Indeed, many might be disappointed that Rudy Wurlitzer’s episodic libretto, based on Peter Stephan Jungk’s book, doesn’t take the mickey enough. Dantine, an embittered sacked employee (Donald Kaasch), challenges Disney about passing off the work of hundreds of illustrators under his name. But Andy Warhol (an hilarious cameo by John Easterlin) pops in to say that this is what all modern artists do. Damien Hirst might surely agree.

Similarly, an out-of-control animatronic Abraham Lincoln (an excellent Zachary James) physically attacks Disney for his racist views. But then a young boy dying of cancer (touchingly played by Rosie Lomas) tells Walt that going to Disneyland was the best moment of his short life. And that’s the way this even-handed opera progresses, with the commanding Christopher Purves playing Disney — with slow-motion deliberation — more as flawed but avuncular folk-hero than exploitative monster.

What gives the show depth and dazzle is McDermott’s use of video animations (59 Productions) and his acting group Improbable to evoke both the flickering film of early Hollywood and an animal kingdom that, unlike Disney’s, is more sinister than cuddly. The dark climax is the arrival of Lucy, a trick-or-treating girl dressed as an owl (Lomas again) — for Disney a terrifying portent of his impending doom. The opera should have finished with Disney’s death, but it’s still an engrossing two hours.

Box office: 020-7845 9300, to Jun 28

 

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Click here to find out more!

Opera review: Walt Disney in fantasyland

In the new Philip Glass work, 'The Perfect American,' the visionary is a flawed, dying man who, even so, makes magic.

 
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MADRID — Walt Disney was hardly a perfect American.

He may have been the most famous and beloved American during his lifetime. But his private magic kingdom was not always the happiest place on Earth. Disney had his own private torments and is reputed to have railed against unions, blacks and Jews.

At least that is part of the 21st century Disney legend, and it is necessarily part of Philip Glass' new opera, "The Perfect American." Far from sterilized yet also disarmingly affectionate, it looks at Disney the myth, the artist and the man. The work contrasts between the America that formed Walt Disney and the America he formed for the rest of us.

And that is what makes Disney a perfect American opera character, even if it took Spain to bring Glass' "The Perfect American" to the lyric stage. The premiere (in English) was Tuesday night here at the Teatro Real.

PHOTOS: The Perfect American

Glass delves deep into the psyche of a visionary at the end of his life, of an artist who devoted his life to a vision of a world without death, now grappling with mortality. By most counts this is Glass' 24th opera, and it is his most personally intimate. It does what opera does best by making the larger-than-life creator of Mickey Mouse an imperfect life-size, ultimately earning our wonderment.

A small, artificial controversy had built up around the premiere, mostly instigated by the British press when word got out that "The Perfect American" would depict a bigoted Disney. Even Glenn Beck asked why Disney is being painted as a racist and misogynist.

Glass' project began in the United States, when Belgian opera impresario Gerard Mortier commissioned it for the struggling New York City Opera in 2008. When the money was cut, Mortier took "The Perfect American" to Madrid.

American novelist and screenwriter Rudy Wurlitzer wrote the quick-moving libretto, which is based on a German novel by Peter Stephan Jungk. A recurring image is an owl that Disney killed as a boy. He had been told an owl was an ominous sign; the opera suggests he never got over the incident.

In the prologue, a delirious, dying Disney imagines the owl overhead in his hospital bed. In one of many flashbacks, Lucy, a neighbor girl, shows up at his Holmby Hills home trick-or-treating in an owl costume, causing a commotion. Back in the hospital, a hallucination of Lucy as the owl is Disney's last vision.

This is a Walt Disney whose whole career can then be seen as a spectacular effort to overcome his demons. He creates fantasylands where there is no death, no threat, no blood. But in his dying, Disney must confront those demons with his defenses down. In Glass' opera, Disney does this as an artist.

PHOTOS: Arts and culture in pictures

The first act is the public Disney. With his brother and partner, Roy, Walt returns to the small Midwest town where he grew up (it became the model for Disneyland's Main Street) and where he is worshiped like a god to donate a public swimming pool. The libretto jumps between time and place, always showing Disney in command. In his hospital bed he hopes to defy death, fascinated with the new theories of cryogenics (although the rumors that he was actually frozen have long been dismissed).

In his office at his Burbank studio years earlier, he and Roy recall triumphs and plot the future. At a birthday party, Glass gives Walt a bright new tune for Happy Birthday.

In the act's final scene, Disney goes to Anaheim late at night to help repair the animatronic Disneyland Lincoln, which has been malfunctioning and attacking members of the audience. Disney gets in an argument with the robot about blacks, and Lincoln goes crazy again and whacks Walt.

The second act is the inner Disney, the insecure artist. Andy Warhol pays a surprise visit to tell Disney how much he loves the work. A fired animator, Dantine, accuses Disney of exploiting his workers and of having little artistic talent. (Disney counters with his ability to bring his visions into being.) As he lay dying in 1966, 10 days after his 65th birthday, Disney befriends an injured, awe-struck young boy, Josh, who becomes his savior.

Glass' repetitive style is recognizable throughout, but with this opera he shows more harmonic richness than ever, which seems just right for every situation, mood or thought.

The production by British director Phelim McDermott, who was responsible for the Metropolitan Opera's impressive production of Glass' Gandhi opera, "Satyagraha," five years ago, celebrates Disney's drawings with projections on moving screens. A group of funky animators seems to operate all that goes on on stage. The characters are wild yet believable, even and especially the animatronic Lincoln.

PHOTOS: The Perfect American

 Baritone Christopher Purves has captured in Disney the charisma, arrogance and humanity of the man, and it's already a candidate for one of the most important opera performances of the year. He makes racist or anti-Semitic remarks sound not like tirades but like attitudes that were all too common at the time, especially around Los Angeles. One of the points of "The Perfect American" is to show us how much times have changed.

The rest of the mostly excellent large cast includes David Pittsinger as Roy Disney, Donald Kaasch as Dantine, Janis Kelly as Disney's nurse Hazel George, Marie McLaughlin as his wife, Lillian, and John Easterlin as Warhol. Rosie Lomas made a strong impression in the high-lying parts of the owl-girl Lucy and Josh, the boy in the hospital. And Zachary James had a touch of Daniel Day-Lewis in his Lincoln.

Dennis Russell Davies, who has led the premieres of most of Glass' operas and symphonies, once more made sure of tone and detail.

This production will next be presented at English National Opera in London this June. Then Los Angeles? There is no guarantee, but this is a great American opera that needs to be seen in L.A. And it is also the only great L.A. opera.

mark.swed@latimes.com

 

 

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THE OBSERVER, SUNDAY, JANUARY 6, 2013


Philip Glass opera shows Walt Disney's fantasy world in a new light

 

Portrait Of Walt Disney
Walt Disney portrait with Mickey Mouse, 1950. Photograph: Alfred Eisenstaedt/Time & Life Pictures/Getty
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PREMIÈRE OF 'THE PERFECT AMERICAN' BY PHILIP GLASS, IN MADRID, ON JANUARY 22 2013

Teatro Real de Madrid

 

See what's on

Production

Philip Glass


New Production

Sat 01 Jun 13 - Fri 28 Jun 13
9 performances remaining

 

 
The Perfect American

 

 

'THE PERFECT AMERICAN' AT THE ENO IN LONDON, IN JUNE 2013

http://www.eno.org/see-whats-on/productions/production-page.php?&itemid=2312

 

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À partir de 27/8 et jusqu'au 31/8 tous les soir à 20h30:

 

http://www.franceculture.fr/emission-fictions-le-feuilleton-la-traversee-de-l%E2%80%99hudson-de-peter-stephan-jungk-15-2012-08-27

 

Fictions / Le Feuilleton
Dramatique Fictions / Le Feuilleton

du lundi au vendredi de 20h30 à 20h55

La Traversée de l’Hudson de Peter Stephan Jungk

Adaptation : Julien Doumenc

Traduction : Bernard Lortholary (éditions Jacqueline Chambon)

Réalisation : François Christophe

 

« Le pont le plus long au-dessus de l’Hudson, un embouteillage monstre, deux personnages dans une voiture, la mère et le fils. La scène semble dressée pour un psychodrame. Surtout quand la mère est juive et le fils douloureusement attaché à son père mort. Un père mondialement connu pour ses ouvrages scientifiques, un père bouillant d’une énergie et d’une joie de vivre qui font tellement défaut au fils, un père aimant aussi. Car dans cette turbulente famille, toujours entre New York, Vienne et Berlin, l’amour est partout, l’intimité excessive. Et quand le fils découvre en se penchant sur la rambarde du pont le corps géant et nu de son père posé sur l’eau, c’est comme si une obscénité recluse dans le passé resurgissait. »

Note de l’éditeur

Peter Stephan Jungk est né en 1952 en Californie, il a grandi à Vienne et vit depuis 1988 à Paris. Il écrit en allemand. Il a écrit plusieurs romans, dont la plupart ont été traduits en anglais et certains en français.

Danièle Lebrun : Mom

Christophe Giordano : Gustav

Jean-Gabriel Nordman : Ludwig

Thibault de Montalembert : Le narrateur

Et les voix de : Louisa Bentoumi et Sébastien Laugenie

Bruitage : Patrick Martinache

Musique originale composée par Dominique Massa et interprétée par Erwan Ricordeau

Equipe de réalisation : Emilie Couët, Julien Doumenc, Kevin Le Bars

Assistante à la réalisation : Clémence Gross

"La Traversée de l'Hudson" est publiée aux éditions : Jacqueline Chambon

La traversée de l'Hudson Jacqueline Chambon

 

Thème(s) : Création Radiophonique| Littérature Contemporaine| Littérature Etrangère| Hudson| Peter Stephan Jungk

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INTERVIEW MIT LAURENT BINET: HOLLANDE IST EIN BOXER!

http://www.welt.de/print/die_welt/literatur/article109809653/Hollande-ist-ein-Boxer.html

 

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INTERVIEW MIT YASMINA REZA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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LESUNG IN SALZBURG, 12.6.2012

 

"Zwischen Biografie und Autobiografie"

Peter Stephan Jungk "Zwischen Biografie und Autobiografie", Stadt Salzburg, 12 Juni 2012

Peter Stephan Jungk "Zwischen Biografie und Autobiografie"
 

Wo: Fachbibliothek UNIPARK, Erzabt-Klotz-Straße 1,

5020 Salzburg,

Ticket-Information:

  • Eintritt: Kostenlos

 

 

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English National Opera's new season includes controversial Disney story

Fictionalised account of animator's life, one of nine new productions to be staged by the company, will present a 'nightmarish' vision of Walt Disney

Walt Disney

FRANCE INTER FIN MARS 2012:

http://www.franceinter.fr/emission-venus-d-ailleurs-californie-autriche-france-avec-peter-stephan-jungk

 

LE COEUR ÉLECTRIQUE À PARTIR DU 7 MARS 2012

 http://www.amazon.fr/exec/obidos/ASIN/2330002521/?tag=flatwave-20

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FRANZ WERFEL - A LIFE FROM PRAGUE TO HOLLYWOOD...

NOW AVAILABLE AS E-BOOK:

plunkettlakepress.com/franzwerfel.aspx

amazon.com/dp/B007JY20BM

barnesandnoble.com/w/franz-werfel-peter-stephan-jungk/1014382867?ean=2940014320603

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DER MANN MIT DER KROKOTASCHE:

 

http://www.welt.de/print/die_welt/vermischtes/article13927347/Der-Mann-mit-der-Krokotasche.html

DER ENTRÜMPLER ÜBERRUMPELT MICH:

 

 http://www.welt.de/print/die_welt/vermischtes/article13838270/Der-Entruempler-entruempelt-mich.html

AZOUZ BEGAG:

 

http://www.welt.de/print/die_welt/vermischtes/article13781745/Frankreich-ist-traurig-und-hat-Angst.html

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LECTURE À L'INSTITUT GOETHE À PARIS, LE 7 NOVEMBRE 2011

http://www.goethe.de/ins/fr/par/ver/fr8226075v.htm

 

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Ad Edmund de Waal, 'Der Hase mit den Bernsteinaugen'

"Im Zauberland der Hasen"

 

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Über den Briefwechsel Stefan Zweig - Joseph Roth:

"Wir werden nicht alt, wir Exilierten!"

 

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À propos HUBERT SAUPERS neuem FILM:

 

"Im Sputnik über Afrika"

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VORTRAG ÜBER FRANZ WERFELS "DIE 40 TAGE DES MUSA DAGH" 

 

JOHANNES-LEPSIUS-HAUS IN POTSDAM, AM 9.9.2011

 

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LESUNG IN BERLIN, IM RAHMEN DES 11. LITERATURFESTIVALS:

AM 8. SEPTEMBER 2011, 18 UHR

Haus der Berliner Festspiele

 

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Der „Buchpreis der Salzburger Wirtschaft“ wird heuer dem in

Paris lebenden Autor Peter Stephan Jungk verliehen

 

http://portal.wko.at/wk/format_detail.wk?angid=1&stid=622658&dstid=682&BrID=758&titel=Ein%2cErz%C3%A4hler%2cvon%2chohem%2cRang

 

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DIE GESTÄNDNISSE DER MADAME M. (Erschienen in: 'Die Welt', 27.8.2011)

 

MORGENS UM 7 BEI RTL MATIN (Erschienen in: 'Die Welt', 16.7.2011)

 

MEIN MARKTHÄNDLER AM MARCHÉ ALIGRE (Erschienen in: 'Die Welt', 21.5.2011)

 

MIT ANSELM KIEFER IN CROISSY-BEAUBOURG (Erschienen in: 'Die Welt', 16.4.2011)

 

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"Das Elektrische Herz" erschienen im Februar 2011 im Verlag Zsolnay/Hanser

 

DAS ELEKTRISCHE HERZ AUF FACEBOOK...

 

Rezension in der Neuen Zürcher Zeitung, 27. April 2011:

http://www.nzz.ch/magazin/buchrezensionen/alles_was_maenner_und_frauen_bewegt_1.10390118.html

 

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AD PAUL NIZON: STAATSPREIS FÜR EUROPÄISCHE LITERATUR, AM 15. NOVEMBER 2010

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AD PETER HANDKE, "IMMER NOCH STURM"

 

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CLAUDE LANZMANN: DER PATAGONISCHE HASE

KRITIK ERSCHIENEN AM 4. SEPTEMBER 2010 IN 'DIE WELT'

 

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'The Inheritance' published in February 2010, by Pushkin Press, London (First edited in Gemany, in 1999, as 'Die Erbschaft')

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Philip Glass is planning an opera based on 'The Perfect American', for 2013 at the Teatro Real in Madrid & the English National Opera

 

http://www.sonicscoop.com/2011/06/19/icons-philip-glass-music-genetics/


http://online.wsj.com/article/AP5b524c5c60934d49ac325381d4a6cfdb.html