Munich; “Bernd Eichinger – …alles Kino (..Everything is Cinema) at the Kunstfoyer of VKB, Maximilianstrasse 53

by Venetia Kapernekas

29.10.2013-02.02.2014

Poster Exhibition Bernd Eichinger, Pentagram Design, Berlin

a fabulous exhibition at the Kunstfoyer der Versicherungskammer Bayern :A chronological table combined important events from his professional, private and public lives with objects, photographs and film clips.

supported by Deutche Kinemathek Museum für Film und Fernsehen

Bernd Eichinger, Los Angeles, 1980s Photo: Karin Rocholl Source: Deutsche Kinemathek – Bernd Eichinger Collection

promotion photo, WERNER BEINHART, 1991

Natja Brunckhorst CHRISTIANE F. (GDR 1981) Source: Deutsche Kinemathek

Autograph "No Fear!"Nina Hoss THE GIRL ROSEMARIE (DE 1996) Source: Deutsche Kinemathek – Bernd Eichinger Collection

@photos publishes  at Deutsche Kinemathek

Bernd Eichinger (1949–2011) was Germany’s most important film producer in recent decades. Fulfilling diverse functions, he oversaw and accepted responsibility for more than 100 film and television productions. His name is linked to the Munich distribution company “Constantin Film” where he took an active role until 2006. Initially under the name “Neue Constantin,” he led the company to major successes, building one upon the other since the 1980s.

What does a film producer do? He bears financial responsibility for a film project from beginning to end: from the development of its subject through its international marketing. He is the “driving force” behind every film production, and must know all its steps and consider any risks involved. The film producer Bernd Eichinger, who studied at the University of Television and Film Munich (HFF), embodied this role as a creative authority with all his passion; like no other. Eichinger made films for a “wide audience” beginning with his involvement with “Constantin”, although his productions often raised controversy among German critics. Within the international film business Eichinger enjoyed great recognition.”

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