|Time of the Innocent|
|Directed by||Thomas Fantl|
|Produced by||Peter Carsten|
|Edited by||Hans Sohnle|
|Distributed by||Columbia-Bavaria Filmgesellschaft (GST)|
Time of the Innocent (German : Die Zeit der Schuldlosen) is a 1964 West German drama film directed by Thomas Fantl.
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Time of the Innocent is based on a play by Siegfried Lenz. The film was directed by Thomas Fantl.
Time of the Innocent was distributed by Columbia-Bavaria Filmgesellschaft in Germany and represented by Export-Film Bischoff worldwide.
It was entered into the 14th Berlin International Film Festival. It opened in the presence of President Lübke and his wife, German Chancellor Erhard, Vice Chancellor Mende, Secretary of State Schröder, Minister Westrick, "Bundespressechef" von Haase in Berlin's famous Zoo Palast, which is one of the highest attendances of German politician to a Berlinale premiere.
Siegfried Lenz was a German writer of novels, short stories and essays, as well as dramas for radio and the theatre. In 2000 he received the Goethe Prize on the 250th Anniversary of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's birth. He won the 2010 International Nonino Prize in Italy.
Karl-Otto Alberty is a German actor.
The Hymn of Leuthen is a 1933 German film depicting Frederick the Great, directed by Carl Froelich starring Otto Gebühr, Olga Tschechowa and Elga Brink. It was part of the cycle of nostalgic Prussian films popular during the Weimar and Nazi eras. The title refers to the 1757 Battle of Leuthen.
Jan Fantl is a German film producer.
Otto Eduard Hasse was a German film actor and director.
The 14th annual Berlin International Film Festival was held from 26 June to 7 July 1964. The Swedish film 491 by Vilgot Sjöman was rejected by festival director Alfred Bauer owing to its controversial nature. The Golden Bear was awarded to the Turkish film Susuz Yaz directed by Metin Erksan.
Thomas Fantl was a German film director and screenwriter. He directed 23 films between 1964 and 1986. His 1964 film Time of the Innocent was entered into the 14th Berlin International Film Festival.
Events in the year 1882 in Germany.
William Tell is a 1923 German silent adventure film directed by Rudolf Dworsky and Rudolf Walther-Fein and starring Hans Marr, Conrad Veidt, and Erich Kaiser-Titz. The film portrays the story of the legendary Swiss national hero William Tell. The sets were designed by Rudi Feld. It premiered at the Marmorhaus in Berlin.
Events in the year 2013 in Germany.
Events in the year 1951 in West Germany and East Germany.
Events in the year 1955 in Germany.
Events in the year 1964 in Germany.
Events in the year 1968 in Germany.
Events in the year 1977 in Germany.
Events in the year 1998 in Germany.
Julius Außenberg, also known as Julius Aussenberg, was an Austrian film producer, finance manager, and film production manager.
Girl with a Future is a 1954 West German comedy drama film directed by Thomas Engel and starring Herta Staal, Peter Pasetti and Nadja Tiller.
Blind Justice or Excluded to the Public is a 1961 West German crime drama film directed by Harald Philipp and starring Peter van Eyck, Marianne Koch and Eva Bartok.
The Phantom of Soho is a 1964 West German thriller film directed by Franz Josef Gottlieb and starring Dieter Borsche, Barbara Rütting and Hans Söhnker. It was based on a novel by Bryan Edgar Wallace and was part in a large group of British-set thrillers made in Germany at the time, many of them adapted from the works of Wallace's father Edgar Wallace.