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As we bring his 1929 masterpiece Pandora’s Box back to Filmhouse in a new digital restoration, we have seized the opportunity take things a step further and present three more films by one of German cinema’s greatest directors - Georg Wilhelm Pabst.

Spanning just three years, these four inter-war films (two silents, two talkies) stand resolutely as enduringly fascinating historical texts and astute explorations of Pabst’s great fascination - the human psyche.

From the stunning, emotive visage of Louise Brooks, to the desolation of the trenches - the director was at times critiqued for inconsistency of style, a trait that now looks more like refusal to be categorically defined.


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