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The Screen Guide

THE ISTER is a journey up the Danube river, from the mouth in Romania to the Black Forest in Germany. The film is based on a lecture course by Martin Heidegger delivered in 1942, focusing a poem by Friedrich Hoelderlin called THE ISTER‚ about the Danube river. Four of Europe's most challenging thinkers and artists guide us on this journey up Danube: the filmmaker Hans-Juergen Syberberg, and the philosophers Philippe Lacoue-Labarthe, Jean-Luc Nancy and Bernard Stiegler.

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Crew

Director
Daniel Ross  David Barison
Producer
Daniel Ross  David Barison

Cast

Cast
Bernard Stiegler - Jean-Luc Nancy - Philippe Lacoue-Labarthe - Hans-Juergen Syberberg

Production Details

Genre
Art and culture
Production Company
Black Box Sound and Image

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