Der Film „The House That Jack Built“ provoziert. Lars von Triers Werk spaltet seit jeher. Auch durch die CINEMA-Redaktion zieht sich ein Riss. Die Redakteure. Alle Filme, bei denen Lars von Trier Regie führte: Arsenal. Lars von Trier (bürgerlich Lars Trier; geboren am April in Kopenhagen) ist ein dänischer Filmregisseur und Drehbuchautor. Bild: Georges Biard.
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Genres: Drama. Edit Did You Know? Trivia In the scene in Chapter Two where Joe compares her genitalia to automatic doors, some archive footage of leaves blowing towards a set of automatic doors is shown.
The Element of Crime  Forbrydelsens element . Bodil Award for Best Danish Film Robert Award for Best Danish Film Vulcan Award — Technical Grand Prize Avoriaz Fantastic Film Festival — Grand Prix Fantasporto Award for Best Director Mannheim-Heidelberg International Filmfestival — Main Award Nominated— Cannes Film Festival — Palme d'Or Nominated—Fantasporto Award for Best Film.
Epidemic . Europa . Bodil Award for Best Danish Film Robert Award for Best Danish Film Vulcan Award — Technical Grand Prize Cannes Film Festival — Prix du Jury Cannes Film Festival Award for Best Artistic Contribution Fantasporto Award for Best Director Ghent International Film Festival — Grand Prix Sitges Film Festival Award for Best Film Stockholm Film Festival — Bronze Horse Nominated— Cannes Film Festival — Palme d'Or Nominated—Fantasporto Award for Best Film.
Breaking the Waves . Lauderdale International Film Festival Award for Best Director Lübeck Nordic Film Days — Prize of the Ecumenical Jury Lübeck Nordic Film Days — Baltic Film Prize for a Nordic Feature Film Stockholm Film Festival — Prix FIPRESCI Uruguay International Film Festival Award for Best Film VancouverInternational Film Festival Award for Most Popular Film National Society of Film Critics Award for Best Film National Society of Film Critics Award for Best Director Nominated— AACTA International Award for Best Film Nominated— Goya Award for Best European Film Nominated— Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture — Drama Nominated— Independent Spirit Award for Best Foreign Film Nominated— Satellite Award for Best Director Nominated— Camerimage Film Festival — Golden Frog Nominated— Cannes Film Festival — Palme d'Or.
The Idiots  Idioterne . BFI London Film Festival — FIPRESCI Prize Nominated— Bodil Award for Best Danish Film Nominated— European Film Award for Best Screenwriter Nominated— Cannes Film Festival — Palme d'Or Nominated— Valladolid International Film Festival — Golden Spike.
It has also produced hardcore sex films: Constance , Pink Prison , HotMen CoolBoyz , and All About Anna The Kingdom's Hospital in Danish.
Helmer, and that of Kirsten Rolffes , who played Mrs. Drusse, in , two of the major characters. In , von Trier and Thomas Vinterberg presented their manifesto for a new cinematic movement, which they called Dogme A documentary chronicling the project was directed by Jesper Jargil , and was released in with the title De Udstillede The Exhibited.
Von Trier achieved his greatest international success with his Golden Heart trilogy. Each film in the trilogy is about naive heroines who maintain their "golden hearts" despite the tragedies they experience.
This trilogy consists of: Breaking the Waves , The Idiots , and Dancer in the Dark Breaking the Waves , the first film in his Golden Heart trilogy, won the Grand Prix at the Cannes Film Festival and featured Emily Watson , who was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actress.
The second film in the trilogy, The Idiots , was nominated for a Palme d'Or , with which he was presented in person at the Cannes Film Festival despite his dislike of traveling.
In , von Trier premiered a musical featuring Icelandic musician Björk , Dancer in the Dark. The film won the Palme d'Or at Cannes.
A proposed trilogy, von Trier's Land of Opportunities consists of Dogville , Manderlay , and Wasington, which is yet to be made. Dogville and Manderlay were both shot with the same distinctive, extremely stylized approach, placing the actors on a bare sound stage with no set decoration and the buildings' walls marked by chalk lines on the floor, a style inspired by s televised theatre.
Dogville starred Nicole Kidman and Manderlay starred Bryce Dallas Howard in the same main role as Grace Margaret Mulligan.
Both films have casts of major international actors, including Harriet Andersson , Lauren Bacall , James Caan , Danny Glover , and Willem Dafoe , and question various issues relating to American society, such as intolerance in Dogville and slavery in Manderlay.
In , von Trier released a Danish-language comedy film, The Boss of It All. It was shot using an experimental process that he has called Automavision , which involves the director choosing the best possible fixed camera position and then allowing a computer to randomly choose when to tilt, pan, or zoom.
The Depression trilogy consists of Antichrist , Melancholia , and Nymphomaniac. The three films star Charlotte Gainsbourg , and deal with characters who suffer depression or grief in different ways.
This trilogy is said to represent the depression that Trier himself experiences. Von Trier's next feature film was Antichrist , a film about "a grieving couple who retreat to their cabin in the woods, hoping a return to Eden will repair their broken hearts and troubled marriage; but nature takes its course and things go from bad to worse".
It premiered in competition at the Cannes Film Festival , where the festival's jury honoured the movie by giving the Best Actress award to Gainsbourg.
He joked that since he was no longer Jewish he now "understands" and "sympathizes" with Hitler, that he is not against the Jews except for Israel which is "a pain in the ass" and that he is a Nazi.
Following Melancholia , von Trier began the production of Nymphomaniac , a film about the sexual awakening of a woman played by Charlotte Gainsbourg.
And after a while you find you don't even react to the explicit scenes. They become as natural as seeing someone eating a bowl of cereal. In interviews prior to the release date, Gainsbourg and co-star Stacy Martin revealed that prosthetic vaginas, body doubles, and special effects were used for the production of the film.
Martin also stated that the film's characters were a reflection of the director himself and referred to the experience as an "honour" that she enjoyed.
In his review of the film for 3RRR 's film criticism program, Plato's Cave , presenter Josh Nelson stated that, since the production of Breaking the Waves , the filmmaker von Trier is most akin to is Alfred Hitchcock , due to his portrayal of feminine issues.
Nelson also mentioned filmmaker Andrei Tarkovsky as another influence whom Trier himself has also cited. In , von Trier started to work on a new feature film, The House That Jack Built , which was originally planned as an eight-part television series.
The story is about a serial killer, seen from the murderer's point of view. In February , von Trier explained in his own words that The House That Jack Built "celebrates the idea that life is evil and soulless, which is sadly proven by the recent rise of the Homo trumpus — the rat king".
In December , it was announced that von Trier would produce a final season for his acclaimed series The Kingdom , titled The Kingdom Exodus.
It is expected to be shot in and will consist of five episodes that will be released in Von Trier is heavily influenced by the work of Carl Theodor Dreyer  and the film The Night Porter.
Von Trier's writing style has been heavily influenced by his work with actors on set, as well as the Dogme 95 manifesto that he co-authored.
While reflecting on the storytelling across his body of work, von Trier said, "All the stories are about a realist who comes into conflict with life.
Von Trier has cited Danish filmmaker Carl Dreyer as a writing influence, pointing to Dreyer's method of overwriting his scripts then significantly cutting the length down.
Von Trier has said that "a film should be like a stone in your shoe". The most famous such restriction is the cinematic "vow of chastity" of the Dogme 95 movement with which he is associated.
In Dancer in the Dark , he used jump shots  and dramatically-different color palettes and camera techniques for the "real world" and musical portions of the film, and in Dogville everything was filmed on a sound stage with no set, where the walls of the buildings in the fictional town were marked as lines on the floor.
Von Trier often shoots digitally and operates the camera himself, preferring to continuously shoot the actors in-character without stopping between takes.
In Dogville he let actors stay in character for hours, in the style of method acting. These techniques often put great strain on the actors, most famously with Björk during the filming of Dancer in the Dark.
Von Trier would later return to explicit images in Antichrist , exploring darker themes, but he ran into problems when he tried once more with Nymphomaniac , which had 90 minutes cut out reducing it from five-and-one-half to four hours for its international release in in order to be commercially viable,  taking nearly a year to be shown complete anywhere in an uncensored director's cut.