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From Today Until Tomorrow

(Von Heute auf Morgen)

featuring

Christine Whittlesey, Richard Salter, Claudia Barainsky, Ryszard Karczykowski,

Based on a rarely performed Schoenberg opera from 1929, From Today Until Tomorrow explores one night in a marriage. A husband and wife return from a party where she has flirted with another man while he has cast an appraising eye toward one of her acquaintances. Huillet and Straub present the opera to us in long fixed shots and austere black and white, so that the focus remains on the brilliance of the twelve-tone score and the singers’ voices. That Schoenberg would choose to use his challenging musical language to convey a relatively lighthearted message only adds to the compelling mystery of this film. 

FILM DETAILS 
Screenwriter
  • Danièle Huillet
  • Jean-Marie Straub
Based On
  • based on the opera by Arnold Schoenberg

Cinematographer
  • William Lubtchansky
Language
  • German
  • with English subtitles
Print Info
  • B&W
  • 35mm
  • 62 mins
Followed By

The Inconsolable One
(L’Inconsolable)

Jean-Marie Straub, Italy, 2010

Orpheus speaks of his wife Eurydice

FILM DETAILS 
Language
  • Italian
  • with English subtitles
Print Info
  • Color
  • DigiBeta
  • 12 mins

Dialogue with Shadows
(Dialogue d’ombres)

Jean-Marie Straub, France, 2013

Straub and Huillet first planned to adapt this story of two lovers by Georges Bernanos in 1954.

FILM DETAILS 
Language
  • French
  • with English subtitles
Print Info
  • Color
  • DCP
  • 28 mins