Michael Haneke

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Michael Haneke

I Michael Haneke king 2009 Cannes Film Festival.
MibaitMarsu 23 1942 (idad 77)
Munich, Germany
NasionalidadAustrian
Kapanintunan/propesionFilmmaker/Screenwriter
Banuang aktibu1974–salukuyan
AsawaSusanne Haneke (1983-salukuyan)

I Michael Haneke (Pangayagkas a Aleman: [hɑːnɛkɛ]; mibait 23 Marzo 1942) metung yang direkor pelikula ampong talasulat script a Austrian. Papalto no kareng kayang pelikula deng prublema ampong kakulangan king makabayung sosyedad. Megobra ne king telebisyon, teatro ampong pelikula i Haneke. Kilala ya murin king pamagdiskursu tungkul kareng pisasabyang pangsosyedad king kayang obra.[1] Besides working as filmmaker he also teaches directing at the Filmacademy Vienna.

Anyang 2009 Cannes Film Festival, simbut ne ning pelikula nang The White Ribbon ing Palme d'Or para king pekamayap a pelikula (best film), at king 67th Golden Globe Awards sinambut yang Golden Globe Award for Best Foreign Language Film. King banwang 2012, minuna reng pepalage ing kayang pelikulang Love, a mekipagkumpitensya ya iti king 2012 Cannes Film Festival.[2][3] Ikwa nang sinambut Palme d'Or niting pelikula, a meging kadwa nang pamanyambut king matas a uring galal a iti kilub ning atlung banwa, at uli na niti, mibili ya king makabukud a kategorya a bibilugan da reng pitu mû, kayabe la reng kalupa nang Francis Ford Coppola.[4] Ginawa neng pelikula kareng amanung Frances, Aleman ampong Ingles.

Bibliography

  • Catherine Wheatley: Michael Haneke's Cinema: The Ethic of the Image, New York: Berghahn Books, 2009, ISBN 1-84545-722-6 review
  • Michael Haneke. Special Issue of Modern Austrian Literature. 43.2, 2010.

Dalerayan

  1. Wray, John (September 23, 2007). "Minister of Fear.", New York Times Magazine. Retrieved on 2007-08-21. "Making waves, however, is what Haneke has become famous for. Over the last two decades, the director has developed a reputation for stark, often brutal films that place the viewer — sometimes subtly, sometimes explicitly — in the uncomfortable role of accomplice to the crimes playing out on-screen. This approach has made Haneke one of contemporary cinema’s most reviled and revered figures, earning him everything from accusations of obscenity to a retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art. Funny Games, the movie Haneke was shooting in New York and Long Island, is the American remake of a highly controversial film by the same name that he directed in 1997." 
  2. 2012 Official Selection. Cannes. Retrieved on 2012-04-19.
  3. Cannes Film Festival 2012 line-up announced. timeout. Retrieved on 2012-04-19.
  4. Awards 2012. Cannes. Retrieved on 2012-05-27.

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