Stefan Zweig, Farewell to Europe
Stefan Zweig, Farewell to Europe is a movie which tells us about exile, about what those live who had to run away. It is the movie which speaks about the collapse of Europe, but without taking place in Europe, of the impossibility to lead a carefree existence by knowing that the despair, the adversity and an inhuman cruelty make law in another continent. Stefan Zweig, Farewell to Europe gets back on six events, six episodes of Stefan Zweig's life, (writer, playwright, journalist and Austrian biographer) between 1936 and 1942.
A production : X Filme Creative Pool, Idéale Audience, Maha Productions, Dor Film.
In coproduction with Arte France Cinéma.
Produced by Stefan Arndt, Uwe Schott, Pierre-Olivier Bardet, Danny Krausz, Kurt Stocker, Denis Poncet.
In coproduction with Bayerischer Rundfunk, ARTE, ARTE France Cinéma et ORF Film/ Fernsehn-Abkommen.
With the participation of ARTE France
With the support of Mitteldeutsche Medienförderung, Deutscher Filmförderfounds, Midienboard Berlin-Brandenburg, FFA Minitraité, MEDIA Programm der Europäischen Union, Osterreichishes Filminstitut, CNC.
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Films Distribution (International Sales)
ARP Sélection (France)
Josef Hader (Stefan Zweig),
Barbara Shkova (Friedricke Zweig)
Aenne Schwarz (Lotte Zweig)