Monika Iben, who teaches at a secondary school in Berlin, is reunited with her homeroom students two years after their graduation. She is a responsible model teacher in every way: in the classroom, on field trips, as a mentor for students, and in her relationships with colleagues and parents.
This historical panorama presents the tragedy of Tecumseh, one of the most significant characters in Indian history. The film depicts the years 1806 - 1813 and his struggles to united the fragmented Indian peoples.
The Jugend-Zeit documentary series provides an open and honest look at the lives of young people in the GDR through their own voices.
Two young couples and a young woman whose husband is in the army describe their views on married life and their plans for the future as couples. They all have different expectations about the roles they will play in society.
After profiling young people from the country, the second installment in Roland Steiner's Jugend-Zeit documentary series gives teenagers from Berlin a chance to share their lives and viewpoints.
Electronic data processing is an absolute must in the Information Age. Karl Hoppe, the director of a large plant, is aware of this need for modernization and hires mathematician Dr.
This 2-DVD set includes seven documentaries covering cultural, economic, and political developments from the founding of the GDR in 1949, to German unification on October 3, 1990.
The fisherman feels bad for the golden, speaking fish that he caught and releases him. The fish offers a free wish to the good-hearted man. The man asks for a boat, but his wife is not happy with it and asks for a house. Driven by the wife’s greed, the fisher asks for more and more.
From May to October 1974, Peter Voigt filmed at the Berliner Ensemble (BE) during the 25th anniversary of the theater’s founding. Voigt, a member of the BE himself in the 1950s, interviewed theater technicians who had been part of the world-famous ensemble for decades.
This documentary about the nationally-owned IFA Automobil Factory in Ludwigsfelde depicts workers' rights and responsibilities as they participate in decision-making processes at the company.
Commissioned by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.