MEDIASTUDIEN (NACH HEINRICH HOFFMANN)
In 1927 (years before he came to power in Germany), Adolf Hitler posed in a studio for his private photographer Heinrich Hoffmann. The pictures they made were used to study the dramatic effects of certain gestures, and how to use them during Hitler’s public apparitions. Hitler was one of the first (if not the first) politician(s) who introduced the idea of media-training. With morph-effects, Koen Theys brought these images of Heinrich Hoffmann to life in a ballet of Hitlerspeeches that never took place.
- Format DV(DV (consumer standard))
- Color system PAL
- Color col.
- Year 2001
- Duration 00:01:12