Berlin: Reichsfilmkammer, 1935. First edition. Softcover. Large Quarto. (12) 24 (9)pp. Original illustrated silver wraps with black lettering on cover. Brochure published on the occasion of the 35th International Film Congress in Berlin reporting on its organization and results and its reception in the foreign press. The brochure contains the speech of Reichs-Minister Dr. Goebbels given at the closing ceremony of the congress. Representatives of 24 countries were present at the film congress.
All members of the executive and the general committee are listed with their respective affiliation. Following the printed version of the Goebbels speech delivered at the congress a chapter listing new associations founded and projected during the congress with correlating resolutions as well as the resolutions and reports of the committees relating to royalties and reform of film law, theater concessions, taxes, professional reputation, rental agreements, star salaries, promotion of young actors and filmmakers, documentaries and advertising films, international film press, and film archives.
Profusely illustrated with b/w photographs featuring members of the executive committee, various shots taken during the event, including Renate Müller, Paul Hörbiger, Willy Fritsch, some film stills featuring Heinrich George, Angela Salloker, and Gustaf Gründgens, and photographs of Hitler receiving guests at the Reichskanzlei, respectively Goebbels among the congress guests and while delivering his speech. Six pages at rear show photomontages of numerous reactions to the congress by the foreign press.
Text in German. Some wear along edges of wraps, minor chips, small closed tears, bumps and with light creasing of covers. Wraps in overall good, interior in very good+ condition. g to vg+. Item #42458