Distinction between " conceived" and "lived" space; Exclusivity of commercial, "art" cinema in national film culture; Films of the new german cinema, generation of 1968; Films, "coolly observed" and "sober," a concern for reality; Insecurity of life, roll back of german welfare system in films; Köhler's feature bungalow, the quintessential berlin school film; Representations of german society, response to social conditions; The berlin school, "Capitalism has no more natural enemies"; The berlin school, and the german film industry; Unchallenged dominance of capitalist order, in contemporary germany
|Title of host publication||A Companion to German Cinema|
|Editors||Terri Ginsburg, Andrea Mensch|
|Place of Publication||Chichester|
|Number of pages||21|
|Publication status||Published - Feb 2012|
|Name||The Wiley-Blackwell Companions to National Cinemas|
Clarke, D. (2012). “Capitalism has no more natural enemies”: the Berlin School. In T. Ginsburg, & A. Mensch (Eds.), A Companion to German Cinema (pp. 134-154). (The Wiley-Blackwell Companions to National Cinemas). Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell.