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Selling Democracy - Welcome Mr. Marshall

The programme series Selling Democracy - Welcome Mr. Marshall will be opened on Sunday, 8 February at 10:30 am by the curators Sandra Schulberg and Dr. Rainer Rother in CinemaxX 6. There will be a Q&A session about the series following the opening speeches.

The following short films will be screened:

Ich und Mr. Marshall, 13 min.
The Shoemaker and the Hatter, John Halas, 16 min.
The Story of Koula, 21 min.
Nicht stören - Funktionärsversammlung, Hans Herbst, 16 min.
Village without Waters, David Kurland, 13 min.

The panel discussion "The Marshall Plan Films and their filmhistoric and political importance" will take place on Sunday, 8 February at 2:00 pm in the Berlin Filmmuseum, first floor. The presentation will be in English, entry is free.

The following filmmakers and film-historians will be on the panel:

Mike Meyer (Editor Newsweek)
Dr. Manfred Grieger (Volkswagen)
Georg Tressler
Prof. Tom Mascaro
Prof. David Ellwood
Sandra Schulberg
Dr. Rainer Rother

Selling Democracy screenings will be attended by the following special guests:

Monday, 9 February, Sandra Schulberg
Tuesday, 10 February, Jürgen Graf, "Mister Rias"
Thursday, 12 February, Jürgen Tressler

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