Pauline Kael

Pauline Kael (* 19. June 1919 in Petaluma, California, the USA; † 3. September 2001) was an US-American Filmkritikerin.

It studied philosophy at the University OF California, Berkeley (conclusion 1940). Subsequently, it led two cinemas and made experimental Kurzfilme. It wrote film criticisms for different publications and made a weekly cinema ending in the radio. From 1968 to 1991 it wrote for the magazine The New Yorker one. It applied in this time as the most influential Filmkritikerin of the USA. Between 1965 and 1991 ten volumes with their texts appeared. 1994 appeared the Anthologie “For Keeps - 30 Years RK the Movies”, in which their most important texts are met.


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