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Years active  1985–present
Name  Angela Schanelec
Role  Actress

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Born  14 February 1962 (age 53) (1962-02-14) Aalen, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany
Occupation  Actress, film director, screenwriter
Education  Deutsche Film- und Fernsehakademie Berlin
Movies  Marseille, Afternoon, Orly, Bridges of Sarajevo, Deutschland 09 ‑ 13 kurze Fil
Similar People  Thomas Arslan, Christoph Hochhausler, Reinhold Vorschneider, Vladimir Perisic, Aida Begic

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Angela Schanelec (born 14 February 1962) is a German actress, film director and screenwriter. Her film Places in Cities was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1998 Cannes Film Festival.


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Schanelec was born in Aalen, Baden-Württemberg, in Germany. Her artistic career began as an actress onstage; however, she is best known today for her career as a filmmaker, which began during her time at the Berlin Film and Television Academy (dffb). There, she studied under Harun Farocki and Hartmut Bitomsky, and met Christian Petzold and Thomas Arslan, with whom she comprised the so-called first wave of the Berlin School. During this time, she produced her thesis film, I Stayed in Berlin All Summer, a 47-minute featurette. Schanelec, Petzold and Arslan found support in the budding artistic scene of post-reunification Berlin, and in the production company Schramm Film, operated by Michael Weber and Florian Koerner von Gustorf. Since graduating from dffb, She has written and directed 6 features and contributed segments to the anthology films Bridges of Sarajevo and Germany 09: 13 Short Films About the State of the Nation.

Critical reception

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Schanelec's films have premiered at numerous renowned film festivals, including the Cannes Film Festival, the Berlin International Film Festival, and the Toronto International Film Festival. Critics have generally embraced her cinematic style, which almost exclusively employs lengthy, static shots with little action and ambiguous emotional content, tenuously connected by a narrative. Marco Abel, a scholar of the Berlin School, argues that her films function through "affective images" which reach the viewer primarily through their visual content, mostly without requiring narrative context. She is frequently compared to several European avant-garde filmmakers, such as Chantal Akerman, Michelangelo Antonioni, and Robert Bresson, whom she has cited as an important influence. However, Derek Elley, writing for Variety, called Places in Cities a "joyless snoozer" and remarked that Schanelec's films "throw out no emotional lifelines for the viewer."

Selected filmography

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  • The Death of the White Stallion (1985)
  • I Stayed in Berlin All Summer (1994)
  • My Sister's Good Fortune (1995)
  • Places in Cities (1998)
  • Passing Summer (2001)
  • Marseille (2004)
  • Afternoon (2007)
  • Orly (2010)
  • Bridges of Sarajevo (2014)
  • The Dreamed Path (2016)

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