|Zwischen zwei Welten|
|Directed by||Bettina Haasen|
Between two worlds (original title: Zwischen zwei Welten) is a 1999 documentary film by director Bettina Haasen. The film focuses on the conversations between director Haasen and members of the nomadic Woodabe tribe in Nigeria. The documentary has an ethnographical approach.
Walter Flex was a German author of The Wanderer between the Two Worlds: An Experience of War of 1916, a war novel dealing with themes of humanity, friendship, and suffering during World War I. Due to his idealism about Prussian virtues and the Great War, as well as the posthumous popularity of his writings, Walter Flex is sometimes compared to Allied war poets Rupert Brooke and Alan Seeger.
Siegfried "Sigi" Grabner is an Austrian professional snowboarder. At the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, Italy he won bronze in the Parallel Giant Slalom competition.
Aslı Bayram is a German actress and writer of Turkish descent. Since 2010, she is an Ambassador for Crime Prevention by the Justice Ministry Hessen, Germany.
Conrad Wiene was an actor, screenwriter, film producer and director of Austrian and German silent film. He was the younger brother of German film director Robert Wiene.
Between Two Worlds may refer to:
Oliver Broumis is a German actor. He was born in Hannover, Germany on 31 July 1964, where he grew up.
"Two Worlds" is a song by English drummer and singer Phil Collins, which serves as the main theme for Disney's 1999 film Tarzan, and appears four times on the film's soundtrack.
Petra Seeger is a German documentary film director and producer. Her 2008 documentary film, In Search of Memory: The Neuroscientist Eric Kandel explores the life of Eric Kandel, a Nobel Prize winning Austrian neuroscientist whose research focused on learning and memory.
Between Salt and Sweet Water, also known as Drifting Upstream, is a 1967 Québécois film directed by Michel Brault, co-written by Brault, Gérald Godin, Marcel Dubé, Claude Jutra and Denys Arcand.
Peter Stephan Jungk is an American German-speaking novelist.
Wildgänse rauschen durch die Nacht is a war poem by Walter Flex. It was published in 1917 in his poem book Im Felde zwischen Nacht und Tag. The poem was also included in his 1916 novel Der Wanderer zwischen beiden Welten.
Dr. Bettina Haasen (1969) is a German communication scientist and film director. She studied African Languages and Political Sciences and completed her PhD in 2018. She worked in the field of conflict transformation and media in West Africa and The Great Lakes Region until 2014. Since 2018 she is senior consultant at Synchronize-Consult in strategy-led transformation processes focusing on purpose, vision, organizational development and storytelling. Also a lecturer at the Academy for International Cooperation.
Joachim Brennecke was a German stage and film actor. During the Second World War he had prominent roles in Nazi propaganda films such as Attack on Baku and 5 June.
Inbetween Worlds is a 2014 German drama film produced, written and directed by Feo Aladag. The film tells the story of a friendship between the German soldier Jesper and his young Afghan interpreter Tarik. Both men are confronted with the adversities between their diverging cultures, their set of values as well as the risk of the international engagement in the Hindukush.
Viktor Maier is a Kyrgyzstani-German footballer who plays as a winger for SC Wiedenbrück.
Two Worlds is a 1930 British war drama film directed by Ewald André Dupont and starring Norah Baring, John Longden and Donald Calthrop. It was made at Elstree Studios by British International Pictures. It was made as an MLV, with a separate German-language version Zwei Welten and the French Les deux mondes.
Two Worlds is the German version of an English-language film directed by Ewald André Dupont.
Between Two Worlds is a 1919 German silent drama film directed by Adolf Gärtner and starring Olga Engl, Bruno Kastner, and Lucie Mannheim.
Two Worlds is a 1922 German silent film directed by Richard Löwenbein and starring Sascha Gura, Arnold Rieck, and Johanna Ewald.
Stella K. Hershan (1915–2014) was an Austrian-American novelist and biographer who immigrated to the United States in 1939 as a refugee from the Holocaust. Among her published works are two about Eleanor Roosevelt: A Woman of Quality and The Candles She Lit: The Legacy of Eleanor Roosevelt.