The archive of the actress Lilo Pulver, who was born in Bern in 1929, contains 238 scrapbooks carefully compiled by her, full of newspaper clippings from her films, as well as material from 75 film and television productions: Scripts, correspondence folders, posters, photo albums, costumes, prizes and awards, as well as a collection with fan mail. Correspondence with Federico Fellini, Curd Jürgens, Billy Wilder and others attests to the international importance of Liselotte Pulver and shows the extensive and concrete influence she exerted on film production.
Hans-Peter Reichmann (DFF) gives an insight into the actress’s archive and interviews the authors Olaf Köhne and Peter Käfferlein, with whom Liselotte Pulver wrote the book “Was vergeht, ist nicht verloren – Drehbuch meines Lebens. Lilo öffnet ihr Privatarchiv.
The event will take place at the DFF Fassbinder Center, Frankfurt, the archive and study center of the DFF.
Film Series Liselotte Pulver: 90th Birthday
In honour of Liselotte Pulver, who turned 90 in October, the DFF cinema is showing a small series of films.