High-ranking visitors have announced themselves at the DFF: Mario Adorf will pay a visit to the Filmmuseum on 8 March. The reason for this is not only that there will be two screenings of the documentary film ES HÄTTE SCHLIMMER KOMMEN KÖNNEN - MARIO ADORF with a foyer talk on that day. Urs Spörri (DFF) will talk to Mario Adorf about his life and work in the foyer of the DFF. In addition, the foyer exhibition "Close-up: Mario Adorf" will also be dedicated to the great mime from January 22 to April 26.
The exhibition celebrates the multifaceted work of a great artist. Crook and mafioso, father and patriarch, psychopath, arbitrary victim and policeman: Mario Adorf has shone as an actor with a wide range since 1954 at home and abroad. His incomparable mimic expressiveness and his sonorous voice make his acting performances, his dubbing texts and his chansons unmistakable and make him a German world star. On the occasion of his 90th birthday this year (Mario Adorf was born on September 8, 1930), "Close-up" uses numerous objects from the DFF archives to show Mario Adorf's miming skills in close-up. A tribute to one of the greats.
Info at a glance:
Film evening and foyer talk with Mario Adorf
on Sunday, 8. March
Film screening IT COULD HAVE COME WORSE
17 clock + 20:30 Uhr
Foyer talk with Mario Adorf
Admission foyer talk: 10 euros
Combination ticket talk + film: 16 euros
Tickets can be purchased in advance online and at the DFF box office. Reservations are not possible.
To the film:
The documentary IT COULD HAVE COME WORSE - MARIO ADORF (DE 2019) follows the celebrated actor to significant places in his life's journey, from his childhood to his great stage and screen successes.
Further info at: https://www.dff.film/