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Die Kunst der Stille - Marcel Marceaus Geheimnis

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Marceau was made a commander of the Ordre des Arts et des Lettres, an Officer of the Légion d'honneur, and in 1978 he received the Médaille Vermeil de la Ville de Paris. His first television performance as a star performer on the Max Liebman, Mike Douglas and Dinah Shore, and he also had his one-man show entitled "Meet Marcel Marceau".

Marceau's new total company production Les Contes Fantastiques ( Fantasy Tales) opened to great acclaim at the Théâtre Antoine in Paris. I just wish it had been a tv series where each thread was given the justice it deserved, and not entwined throughout because inevitably, there are snags and knots.He inspires several generations of artists, among them his own grandson and family, who cast a new light on. As a tragicomic clown "Bip", the famous pantomime Marcel Marceau continues to inspire people all over the world.

Marceau, during a televised talk with Todd Farley, expresses his respect for the mime techniques that Charlie Chaplin used in his films, noting that Chaplin seemed to be the only silent film actor who used mime. In 1982, Le Troisième Œil, ( The Third Eye), his collection of ten original lithographs, was published in Paris with an accompanying text by Marceau.Marceau held honorary doctorates from Ohio State University, Linfield College, Princeton University and the University of Michigan. As a Jewish youth, he lived in hiding and worked with the French Resistance during most of World War II, giving his first major performance to 3,000 troops after the liberation of Paris in August. As an author, Marceau published two books for children, the Marcel Marceau Alphabet Book and the Marcel Marceau Counting Book, and poetry and illustrations, including La ballade de Paris et du Monde ( The Ballad of Paris and the World), an art book which he wrote in 1966, and The Story of Bip, written and illustrated by Marceau and published by Harper and Row. Marceau was married three times: first to Huguette Mallet, with whom he had two sons, Michel and Baptiste; then, to Ella Jaroszewicz, with whom he had no children. The art of silence speaks to the soul, like music, making comedy, tragedy, and romance, involving you and your life.

The film features interviews with Marcel’s surviving family members, which includes his teenage grandson Louis Chevalier, who is trained as a dancer. In his documentary, director Maurizius Staerkle Drux senses the legacy of this century artist and weaves exclusive archival material with a personal, contemporary look. Das Schöne an Festivals – wie hier in Saarbrücken – ist das Einlassen auf Filme, die man ansonsten höchstwahrscheinlich nicht beachtet hätte. In 1969, Marcel Marceau opened his first school, École Internationale de Mime, in the Théàtre de la Musique in Paris. They rescued numerous children from the race laws and concentration camps in the framework of the Jewish Resistance in France, and, after the liberation of Paris, joined the French army.

The Art of Silence is a documentary directed by Maurizius Staerkle-Drux, whose deaf father Christoph Staerkle is himself a mime influenced by Marcel Marceau. It was the intellectual minority who knew of him until he first toured the United States in 1955 and 1956, close on the heels of his North American debut at the Stratford Festival of Canada. To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average.

He later appeared to overwhelming acclaim for extended engagements at such legendary American theaters as The Ford's Theatre in Washington, D.Marcel Marceau ( French pronunciation: [maʁsɛl maʁso]; born Marcel Mangel; 22 March 1923 – 22 September 2007) was a French mime artist and actor most famous for his stage persona, " Bip the Clown". In 1995, pop megastar Michael Jackson, who had been friends with Marceau for nearly 20 years, planned a concert together with him for HBO, but the concert was canceled after Jackson was hospitalized for exhaustion during rehearsals. He was schooled in the Paris suburbs at the home of Yvonne Hagnauer, while pretending to be a worker at the school she directed; Hagnauer would later receive the honor of Righteous Among the Nations from Yad Vashem. Marceau was an elected member of the Academy of Fine Arts Berlin, the Academy of Fine Arts Munich, the Académie des Beaux-Arts of the Institut de France. Marceau joined Jean-Louis Barrault's company and was soon cast in the role of Arlequin in a pantomime, Baptiste (which Barrault had interpreted in the film Les Enfants du Paradis).

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