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“I want to see, that’s all. This is my life. I want to see.” Leni Riefenstahl, on the occasion of her ninetieth birthday (Vanity Fair, September 1992) Leni Riefenstahl, amazingly, turned 100 ...
Fascist Aesthetics and the Heroic – Sontag, Riefenstahl and Propaganda. Leni Riefenstahl was a Nazi collaborator and filmmaker, who is best known for her films Olympia and Triumph of the Will. Much later in her life, we gained additional notoriety for her The Last of the Nuba, a photography collection of Nuba tribespeople, naked and often with martial contests or other sexual overtones.
In 1993, Riefenstahl was the subject of the award-winning German documentary film The Wonderful, Horrible Life of Leni Riefenstahl, directed by Ray Müller. Riefenstahl appeared in the film and answered several questions and detailed the production of her films.
I First Exhibit. Here is a book of 126 splendid color photographs by Leni Riefenstahl, certainly the most ravishing book of photographs published anywhere in recent years. In the intractable desert of the southern Sudan live about eight thousand aloof, godlike Nuba, emblems of physical perfection, with large, well-shaped, partly shaven heads, expressive faces, and […]
Leni Riefenstahl (1902-2003) The following year she was asked to produce a second Nuremburg documentary - her masterpiece "Triumph of the Will" ( Triumph des Willens) - which played a major role in introducing Hitler and his cohorts to the German people, and Nazi power to the international community.
Download Citation on ResearchGate | Leni Riefenstahl and Susan Sontag: Is there a fascist Esthetics in Sports? | Susan Sontag, in a famous essay called "Fascinating Fascism", first published in ...
Leni Riefenstahl (Helene Riefenstahl) was a German dancer, actress, and film director best known for her imposing propaganda films in support of the National Socialist (Nazi) Party.