On Sunday, 29 March, we welcome Mario Adorf to an evening of film and discussion in the DFF cinema.
The documentary ES HÄTTE SCHLIMMER KOMMEN KÖNNEN – MARIO ADORF (DE 2019) accompanies the celebrated actor to important places on the path of his life, from childhood to his great stage and screen successes. Between the two film screenings Urs Spörri (DFF) will talk with Mario Adorf about the actor’s life and work.
Admission fee Talk (in the foyer): 10 Euro
Combined ticket Talk + Film: 16 Euro
Online ticket sales: In our programme overview, you can select the number of tickets and the price category (single or combined ticket) by clicking on “Buy ticket” under the film screening of your choice.
Tickets are also available at the DFF box office. Reservations are not possible.
Close-up: Mario Adorf
Foyer Exhibition from 22 January through 26 April
Crook and mafioso, father and patriarch, psychopath, arbitrary victim and policeman: Mario Adorf has been shining as an actor with a wide range of skills since 1954 in Germany and abroad. His incomparable mimic expressiveness and his sonorous voice make his acting achievements, his dubbed texts and his chansons unmistakable and make him a German world star. On the occasion of his 90th birthday on September 8, 2020, “Close-up” showcases Adorf’s mimic quality using numerous objects from the archives of the DFF in order to pay tribute to one of the great film stars.