Academy Award-winning filmmaker, New York Times bestselling author and passionate film lover Quentin Tarantino celebrates the release of his long-awaited nonfiction debut Cinema Speculation with a rare live event at Berlin's Admiralspalast.
In conversation, Tarantino will lead a fascinating discussion of the most important American films of the 1970s that he first saw as a young moviegoer.
With his vivid imagination and dedication to multi-layered stories, Tarantino offers a rare perspective on cinema that is only possible from one of the greatest exponents of the art form ever.
He will also read an excerpt from his new book live to the audience.
This book is at once film criticism, film theory, reportage and a wonderful personal story.
ABOUT QUENTIN TARANTINO
QUENTIN TARANTINO is one of the most acclaimed filmmakers of his generation.
He made his directorial debut in 1992 with RESERVOIR DOGS. He then co-wrote, directed and starred in one of his most popular films, PULP FICTION, which won him his first Oscar® for Best Screenplay.
After the highly acclaimed films JACKIE BROWN, KILL BILL VOL. 1 and VOL. 2 and DEATH PROOF, Tarantino's World War II epic, INGLOURIOUS BASTERDS, was followed by DJANGO UNCHAINED (which earned him his second Oscar® for Best Screenplay) and HATEFUL EIGHT. Tarantino's most recent film ONCE UPON A TIME...IN HOLLYWOOD was nominated for five Golden Globes, ten BAFTAS and ten Academy Awards.
In 2021, Tarantino's debut novel ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD was translated into 31 languages and immediately became an international bestseller.