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George Grosz’ Interregnum

Schinasi, a Turkish immigrant who became a sculptor, filmmaker, designer and inventor, conceptualized and produced this exploration of the life and art of George Grosz, the German artist known especially for his savage caricature drawings of Berlin life in the 1920s. Preservation by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

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Director: Altina Schinasi

Country: USA

Year: 1960

Running Time: 29 minutes

Rating: MT

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Genres: Archive Film, Documentary, Free Screening, Short

Program/Section: From the Archives, Shorts

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Screenings

2:00pm April 26   |   UNCSA Gold   |   FREE SCREENING

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