Rainer Werner Fassbinder

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Enfant Terrible is a fittingly flawed portrait of Rainer Werner Fassbinder

This vibrant biography explores much of what made the German filmmaker such a mercurial talent. Rainer Werner Fassbinder, twice rejected by the Berlin Film School in the mid-1960s, was a prominent figure of New German Cinema. His self-abusive tendencies, exacerbated by drugs and alcohol abuse, was matched only by his productivity.
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Webster University’s film series concludes with two Rainer Werner Fassbinder films

The iconic German director Rainer Werner Fassbinder, dead at thirty-seven from a drug overdose, in a mere fourteen years directed forty films and made an indelible impression on the cinematic world. Honoring his legacy Thursday nights this February, Webster University’s Fassbinder film series concludes with two of his later works: “In a Year with 13 Moons” and “The Third Generation.”
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Webster University’s film series presents four Rainer Werner Fassbinder films

German director Rainer Werner Fassbinder died young at thirty-seven from a drug overdose. And yet from his first film in 1969 to his death in 1982, a mere fourteen years, Fassbinder directed forty feature films, launched the New German Cinema movement, and made an indelible impression. For the four Thursdays in February, Webster University’s film series honors his legacy.