In Teenage we follow Hitler Youth recruit Melita Maschmann from her rise to the rank of Press Officer until she finds herself in personal crisis as the Third Reich falls.
Posts Tagged: Teenage Film
Malik Peters as Warren Wall
Above: Malik Peters as Warren Wall by Anna Rose Holmer
When New Orleans based Malik Peters auditioned for the role of Warren Wall, a 1940s American Boy Scout, writer/director Matt Wolf didn’t realize he had traveled all the way from his home in New Orleans for the Teenage casting call.
Ben Rosenfield as Tommie Scheel
“Tommie heard something in swing he liked. It was a new youth language, and Nazi’s weren’t allowed.”
Leah Hennessey as Brenda Dean Paul
Brenda Dean Paul, the “Bright Young Person” whom we see party and crash in Teenage, is portrayed by Leah Hennessey, a New York based actor, musician, and writer.
I wrote my first email to Jon Savage in March of 2009 asking if he ever thought about turning his book Teenage into a film.
To Be Young and in France
This guy was the diving champ at French overnight camp.
German Youth of Decades Past
Looking forward to our German TV debut on Arte Sunday night, we dug up our favorite blog posts about the youth of Germany.
Teenage: Now Showing in the UK
We’re excited to celebrate the UK release of Teenage this weekend by digging up some of our favorite posts about the youth of the region.
UK Teen Crew
To mark the official UK cinema release of Teenage on January 24, we asked some of our UK based collaborators, including Soda Pictures (our UK distributors), Margaret London (the PR team), and the Yorkshire Film Archive (who contributed footage for the film) to share photos of themselves as teens.
Matt Wolf on BBC’s Talking Movies
Earlier this week, BBC World’s Tom Brook profiled Teenage director Matt Wolf for his show Talking Movies.