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The Passions of Werner Schroeter

In Der Tod der Maria Malibran, opera is rendered as if in the fever dream of a dying diva or besotted fan thereof – fragments, poses, expressions, gestures, moments, tableaux.

The Passions of Werner Schroeter

In Der Tod der Maria Malibran, opera is rendered as if in the fever dream of a dying diva or besotted fan thereof – fragments, poses, expressions, gestures, moments, tableaux.

Schroeter’s Salomés

The figure of Salomé dances through the work of German director Werner Schroeter over a decade-and-a-half period in two films, a stage play and an opera production.

Schroeter’s Salomés

The figure of Salomé dances through the work of German director Werner Schroeter over a decade-and-a-half period in two films, a stage play and an opera production.

Review: Mondo Lux

Werner Schroeter never seeks our pity and his plain-spoken insights prevent Mondo Lux becoming a mere obituary. The last line of Eika Katappa, issued on a deathbed, echoes Schroeter’s sentiments best of all: “Life is very precious, even right now”.

Review: Mondo Lux

Werner Schroeter never seeks our pity and his plain-spoken insights prevent Mondo Lux becoming a mere obituary. The last line of Eika Katappa, issued on a deathbed, echoes Schroeter’s sentiments best of all: “Life is very precious, even right now”.