David Bennent & Volker Schlöndorff Autographs

SKU: 8009939


IP signed photograph, shows David Bennent and Volker Schlöndorff on location for `Die Blechtrommel` (The Tin Drum), 12 x 8 inch, obtained In-Person in Berlin, signed by David Bennent and Volker Schlöndorff in blue felt tip, in very fine condition.

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(1966 & 1939 - ) Swiss actor & Berlin-based German filmmaker

Year of Birth: 1939

Biography (AI generated)

David Bennent, along with his father Volker Bennent, is a prominent figure in the world of German cinema. Born on September 9, 1966, in Lausanne, Switzerland, David Bennent grew up in an artistic family, with his father being an actor and his mother a dancer. His talent for acting manifested at a young age, making his film debut at just 11 years old.

Volker Bennent, born on December 28, 1943, in Braunschweig, Germany, had already made a name for himself as an accomplished actor by the time David was born. Over the years, Volker became one of Germany's most respected actors, known for his versatile performances on stage and screen.

Both David and Volker Bennent caught the attention of German filmmaker Volker Schlöndorff. Schlöndorff, born on March 31, 1939, in Wiesbaden, Germany, is recognized for his significant contributions to the New German Cinema movement. He gained international recognition for his film "The Tin Drum," which starred David Bennent in the lead role.

David Bennent's portrayal of Oskar Matzerath in "The Tin Drum" earned him critical acclaim and a nomination for Best Actor at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival in 1979. The film itself won the Palme d'Or, solidifying both David Bennent's and Volker Schlöndorff's reputations in the industry.

Following the success of "The Tin Drum," David Bennent continued to pursue his acting career, both in Germany and abroad. His unique performances and compelling presence on screen made him a sought-after actor in Europe.

Throughout their careers, David and Volker Bennent collaborated with numerous acclaimed filmmakers and worked on various successful projects. Their contributions to German cinema, along with the guidance and direction of Volker Schlöndorff, have left a lasting impact and cemented their names in film history.

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