Michael Haneke

Direktor pelikula, Talasulat para pelikula

I Michael Haneke (Pangayagkas a Aleman: [hɑːnɛkɛ]; mibait 23 Marzo 1942) metung yang direkor pelikula ampong talasulat script a Austrian. Papalto no kareng kayang pelikula deng prublema ampong kakulangan king makabayung sosyedad. Megobra ne king telebisyon, teatro ampong pelikula i Haneke. Kilala ya murin king pamagdiskursu tungkul kareng pisasabyang pangsosyedad king kayang obra.[1] Besides working as filmmaker he also teaches directing at the Filmacademy Vienna.

Michael Haneke

I Michael Haneke king 2009 Cannes Film Festival.
MibaitMarsu 23 1942 (idad 78)
Munich, Germany
NasionalidadAustrian
Kapanintunan/propesionFilmmaker/Screenwriter
Banuang aktibu1974–salukuyan
AsawaSusanne Haneke (1983-salukuyan)

Anyang 2009 Cannes Film Festival, simbut ne ning pelikula nang The White Ribbon ing Palme d'Or para king pekamayap a pelikula (best film), at king 67th Golden Globe Awards sinambut yang Golden Globe Award for Best Foreign Language Film. King banwang 2012, minuna reng pepalage ing kayang pelikulang Love, a mekipagkumpitensya ya iti king 2012 Cannes Film Festival.[2][3] Ikwa nang sinambut Palme d'Or niting pelikula, a meging kadwa nang pamanyambut king matas a uring galal a iti kilub ning atlung banwa, at uli na niti, mibili ya king makabukud a kategorya a bibilugan da reng pitu mû, kayabe la reng kalupa nang Francis Ford Coppola.[4] Ginawa neng pelikula kareng amanung Frances, Aleman ampong Ingles.

Bibliography

  • Catherine Wheatley: Michael Haneke's Cinema: The Ethic of the Image, New York: Berghahn Books, 2009, ISBN 1-84545-722-6 review
  • Michael Haneke. Special Issue of Modern Austrian Literature. 43.2, 2010.

Dalerayan

  1. Wray, John (September 23, 2007). "Minister of Fear.", New York Times Magazine. Retrieved on 2007-08-21. "Making waves, however, is what Haneke has become famous for. Over the last two decades, the director has developed a reputation for stark, often brutal films that place the viewer — sometimes subtly, sometimes explicitly — in the uncomfortable role of accomplice to the crimes playing out on-screen. This approach has made Haneke one of contemporary cinema’s most reviled and revered figures, earning him everything from accusations of obscenity to a retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art. Funny Games, the movie Haneke was shooting in New York and Long Island, is the American remake of a highly controversial film by the same name that he directed in 1997." 
  2. 2012 Official Selection. Cannes. Retrieved on 2012-04-19.
  3. Cannes Film Festival 2012 line-up announced. timeout. Retrieved on 2012-04-19.
  4. Awards 2012. Cannes. Retrieved on 2012-05-27.

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