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Curators Oliver Baumgarten and Nikolaj Nikitin in Conversation

English Version: The Celluloid Curtain About the Film Series Curatorial Essay Welcome Speech by Thomas Krüger Video Clip The Films A Bomb Was Stolen For Eyes Only Haber´s Photo Shop High Season for Spies Rendezvous with a Spy Skid Starling and Lyre The Great Spy Chase The Spy Who Came in from the Cold The 1000 Eyes of Dr Mabuse There is Nothing Finer than Bad Weather The Cold War in the Cinema Truth and Fiction Panel Discussion Film Educational Material Material: A Bomb Was Stolen Material: For Eyes Only Further bpb Material Links

Curators Oliver Baumgarten and Nikolaj Nikitin in Conversation

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Oliver Baumgarten und Nikolaj Nikitin, the curators of the film series "The Celluloid Curtain", talk about lonely spies, beautiful women, fast cars, pulp fiction and ideological trench warfare in the European spy films of the Cold War – with clips from films of the period made in both the East and the West.

The Celluloid Curtain - Europe's Cold War in Film

Curators Oliver Baumgarten and Nikolaj Nikitin in Conversation

The Celluloid Curtain - Europe's Cold War in Film

The Curators of the film series "The Celluloid Curtain", Oliver Baumgarten and Nikolaj Nikitin, explain the fascination of European spy films of the Cold War.

Oliver Baumgarten und Nikolaj Nikitin, the curators of the film series "The Celluloid Curtain", talk about lonely spies, beautiful women, fast cars, pulp fiction and ideological trench warfare in the European spy films of the Cold War – with clips from films of the period made in both the East and the West.

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