ROLAND EMMERICH - Müller, Jo
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From one who opened up, HOLLYWOOD!Since his blockbuster Independence Day, he has been considered one of the most influential directors in the world: Roland Emmerich - German successful filmmaker in Los Angeles, the undisputed "master of disaster" of global cinema. But he is also much more than that. He has always demonstrated a keen sense of the spirit of the times in his films and knows how to translate exciting cinema material into powerful and effective images.This very personal Emmerich biography of Jo Müller, who has accompanied the star director's career for over 25 years, tells the…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
From one who opened up, HOLLYWOOD!Since his blockbuster Independence Day, he has been considered one of the most influential directors in the world: Roland Emmerich - German successful filmmaker in Los Angeles, the undisputed "master of disaster" of global cinema. But he is also much more than that. He has always demonstrated a keen sense of the spirit of the times in his films and knows how to translate exciting cinema material into powerful and effective images.This very personal Emmerich biography of Jo Müller, who has accompanied the star director's career for over 25 years, tells the fascinating story of a film enthusiast who set out from Sindelfingen to conquer and revolutionize the world of cinema. The Hollywood director has never given anyone else such a deep insight into both his work as a filmmaker and his private life. Not only Roland Emmerich himself has his say, but also long-standing colleagues and, not least, family members such as his sister Ute, who once emigrated with him to America and has since accompanied his spectacular projects as a producer. Exclusive photos round off the biography.
  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Weltbuch
  • Seitenzahl: 376
  • Erscheinungstermin: 15. Januar 2021
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 21mm x 156mm x 211mm
  • Gewicht: 450g
  • ISBN-13: 9783906212593
  • Artikelnr.: 60426444
Autorenporträt
Müller, Jo§Jo Müller ist Filmjournalist, Filmemacher und Autor. Er arbeitet u.a. für die Popwelle SWR3 und als Regisseur sowie Redakteur für das SWR Fernsehen. Er machte sich einen Namen mit Dokumentarfilmen über "Die Fantastischen Vier", den Asterix-Erfinder Albert Uderzo oder über die Geschichte der Visual Effects. Außerdem führte er Regie bei der Spielreihe "Motzgurke TV" mit dem Comedian Zack. Aktuell realisiert er eine 90 Minuten Dokumentation über "Kinoträume" und eine filmische Biographie über den Hollywood-Pionier Carl Laemmle. Jo Müller kennt den Starregisseur Roland Emmerich schon seit dessen ersten filmischen Gehversuchen im schwäbischen Sindelfingen und hat bereits mehrere TV-Dokumentationen über ihn realisiert. Für seine ZDF/ARTE- Dokumentationen "Roland Emmerich - sein Leben" wurde Müller in Cannes mit dem Goldenen Delfin ausgezeichnet.
Inhaltsangabe
9Foreword by Harald Kloser: The Man Who Taught Me CauseAnd Effect or First of all, let's do nothing!14Preface18Prehistory20Visiting the mansion of Roland Emmerich I: About memorabilia and collectibles22Interview with Roland Emmerich: "I fell at home in L.A.25The SOLO-empire and the Emmerich-Clan: The roots27Interview with Hilde Emmerich: "No average child"30From a hobby artist to a cinema enthusiast: Roland Emmerich discovers his passion37Interview with Roland Emmerich. "New German Cinema - no thanks!"40The Noah's Arc principal: Heading to new cinematic worlds45Interview with Roland Emmerich: From surprising twists anddramaturgical tricks50The Centropolis project: family ties51Interview with Hans Emmerich: "Chaotic conditions"53Joey: Emmerich pays homage to his role model63Interview with Roland Emmerich: "Do not be afraid to copy something"69Hollywood Monster: Bunny prank in the dream factor77Interview with Roland Emmerich: "Sometimes my anger seizes me"80Moon 44: Springboard to America83Interview with Malcolm McDowell: "You are allowed to make mistakes"85Visiting the trick-witch's kitchen: Behind the scenes of Moon 4491Interview with Roland Emmerich on set of Moon 44: "Film is one big lie"94Centropolis reloaded: In the USA96Interview with Ute Emmerich: "The fun is important"100Universal Soldier: Eerie encounter in Hollywood107Interview with Roland Emmerich: "The ability to say NO"110Stargate: Entry into the digital trick technique116Interview with Roland Emmerich: Nervous actors and flying somersaults in the desert sand121Picture Part I130Independence Day: The conquest of Hollywood137Interview with Volker Engel: The art of visual effects140Master of Desaster: The world in half150Interview with Roland Emmerich: Pee break in the White House155Godzilla: Size does matter!164Interview with Roland Emmerich: Batman-movie without Batman172Interview with Dean Devlin: "Roland always knows exactly, what he wants"175The Patriot: Shocking historical drama189The Acabar: From director to restaurant owner190Interview with Roland Emmerich: "I'm a book lover"198The Day After Tomorrow: Man as a monster210Interview with Roland Emmerich: The climate catastrophe212Visiting Ute Emmerich: Tuna steak and green asparagus214Interview with Ute and Roland Emmerich: Of beautiful moments and meeting Obama21910.000 B.C.: Desert shooting with nightmare quality227Interview with Harald Kloser: "Hollywood is not predictable"2312012: The mother of all disaster movies245Picture Part II255Interview with Roland Emmerich: "Don't take everything dead serious."267Emmerich in context: A short history of the disaster movies283Anonymus: Short farewell to the Disaster Cinema301Visiting the mansion of Roland Emmerichs II: Pool house and parties302Interview with Roland Emmerich: Living and working in the city of angels316White House Down: Terrorists compete at the box office330Stonewall: Homosexuality in Hollywood341Interview with Roland Emmerich: "History is just important to me."348ID4: Resurgence: To a new351Interview with Roland Emmerich: "Die in the director's chair"366Filmography Roland Emmerich