The documentary DIE GROSSE EVOLUTION / The Great Evolution (directed and produced by Matthias Luthardt, 2016) is now available as Video on Demand on Vimeo – follow this link!
FRENCH EXIT is the web presence of German filmmaker Matthias Luthardt.
Here you will find all information about his films, workshops and other projects.
On Whit Monday, June 6th, the BR (Bavarian broadcasting) will show the documentary “24h Bavaria” “24h Bayern”, a real-time-documentary shot on June 6th in 2016, with 100 small crews. After “24h Jerusalem” and “24h Berlin”, I was again part of this adventure. My protagonist is Christian Pongartz, a drug squad officer working and living on the German-Czech-border.
CINEKINO on Arte (German and French version):
21:45-22:10 CineKino Frankreich (directed by Laurent Heynemann)
22:10-22:40 CineKino Belgien (directed by Matthias Luthardt)
21:45-22:10 CineKino Deutschland (directed by Matthias Luthardt)
22:10-22:40 CineKino Italien (directed by Laurent Heynemann)
…and online available on Arte+7!
Happy and healthy 2017 to all of you!
Matthias Luthardt is currently working on “CineKino”, a documentary series about European cinema (10 episodes, 26 minutes each), produced by ZeroOne, Berlin and Idéale Audience, Paris. Episode 1 is portraying German cinema, episode 2 Belgian cinema. On Arte in March 2017.
On the 13th of October, at 2.15 pm., the documentary “CinéKino” (part 1 and part 2) will premiere at the Festival Lumière in Lyon, France, attended by Matthias Luthardt, Laurent Heynemann, Jean Ollé-Laprune and Pierre-Olivier Bardet. More information (in French): here. In his blog Cinésium, Lionel Lacour writes: “For all the lovers of European cinema, German and French cinema, and for those who are still hesitating to imagine that culture is a natural bridge between the people – it is imperative to see this documentary (…)”
Sunday, 12th of July 2015, 2 pm: Filmscreening DIE GROSSE EVOLUTION (“The big Evolution”) at FSK Kreuzberg, attended by the film crew and protagonists, followed by a discussion between Fritz Schranz and German filmmaker Andres Veiel.