Cinema & Art
19/05 – 09/06/2019
Theatiner Filmkunst

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Zwischenspiel 18/19

In cooperation with Alte Pinakothek KINO DER KUNST has composed a film series, connecting art and high profile cinema in screening couples.
Cinema & art couples | Paolo Sorrentino & Luca Trevisani – David Lynch & Julian Rosefeldt – Alfred Hitchcock & Bjørn Melhus – Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau & Reynold Reynolds | Previous programmes | Artist talks | Mark Lewis – Phil Collins – Bjørn Melhus – Anne Imhof | Cinema Dreams in Artists Cinema | The World of Gilbert & George – Poesía sin fin – Exit Through the Gift Shop – Short Film Program – Visages Villages – La Controfigura – Impressions de la Haute Mongolie – La Ferdinanda


Hitchcock & Melhus

© Reynold Reynolds ‘Die Verlorenen’ (2012)
© Reynold Reynolds ‘Die Verlorenen’ (2012)

09/06/19 — 11 a.m.
Theatiner Filmkunst

Murnau’s lasting black and white orgy from the shadow world ‘Nosferatu’, complemented by the homage to the silent film ‘The Lost’ by Reynold Reynolds, who lives in Amsterdam.
Introduction: Patrick Kammann, Bavarian State Painting Collections, Munich
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Utrecht, Caravaggio & Europa

KINO DER KUNST is a worldwide unique combination of film festival and art exhibition that investigates the connection between visual art and cinema; its programmatic focus lies on how cinematographic artists approach fiction and narration. The international competition presents cinematic works in which artists apply formal innovation and a highly aesthetic visual language without losing sight of the serious issues of our time.


The next edition of KINO DER KUNST will be held in spring 2020. This unique blend of festival and exhibition with films by visual artists is the only one of its kind in the world. Taking place in Munich every two years, its sensitive issue in 2020 will be “Forbidden Beauty”.
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