Michael Kloft is most well known for directing, and has 22 known credits, of which 16 are movies, and 6 are TV shows.
If you enjoy Michael Kloft’s movies you should definitely watch The Tramp and the Dictator (2002) Michael has worked on!
The best rated movie Michael Kloft has been a part of is the documentary, tv movie movie The Tramp and the Dictator, where they had the role of directing. It has a rating 7.8 on IMDb.
Michael Kloft worked on this documentary movie as directing.
In The Third Reich in the Dock Michael Kloft was worked as director, writer.
This documentary movie has a rating on 8.2 on IMDb. In The Third Reich In Color Michael Kloft had the role of directing.
Michael Kloft was a part of the movie Dear Uncle Adolf: The Germans and Their Führer as directing. This documentary movie has a rating 6.1 on IMDb.
If you enjoy Michael Kloft’s shows you should definitely watch Hitler und Ludendorff - Der Gefreite und der General (2014) has been a part of!!
Michael Kloft was directing in this show!
In D-Day: Tag der Entscheidung Michael Kloft was directing.
The third highest rated TV show Michael Kloft has worked on is the documentary series Ein Tag schreibt Geschichte – 30. April 1945, where Michael was directing.
Michael Kloft is most known for directing. Michael has worked on 16 movies and 6 TV shows.
The best rated movie they have been a part of is The Tramp and the Dictator, which has a score of 0.0.
The best rated tv show they have worked on is Hitler und Ludendorff - Der Gefreite und der General, which has a score of 0.0.
2002 . Documentary, TV Movie . 55 m
Executive producer. A look at the parallel lives of Charlie Chaplin and Adolf Hitler and how they crossed with the creation of the film “The Great Dictator,” released in 1940.
2020 . Documentary . 1h 25m
Executive producer. The Nuremberg trials started in 1945 and marked a milestone in the establishment of international law. The images of high-ranking Nazis in the dock are seared into our collective memory. The Nuremberg trials were a series of military tribunals staged by the Allies after World War Two. The first and best-known trial ended in October 1946 with the sentencing to death of 12 high-ranking Nazis.
1998 . Documentary . 1h 45m
Executive producer. This remarkable trove of color footage, assembled from far-flung private and state collections, presents Hitler's Europe as never seen before. Amateur film enthusiasts - soldiers, tourists, Hitler's own pilot, even Hitler's mistress, Eva Braun - began experimenting with color film in the late 1930s, their camera eye recording the Third Reich from every angle. Some of this film was only recently uncovered in former Soviet-bloc archives, hidden for almost 60 years; all of it, thanks to digital technology, has been newly transferred to video with surprising clarity. (This documentary was produced with two different narratives, both an English and German language version.)
2010 . Documentary . 59 m
Executive producer. More than any other historical documents, It is the personal private letters written by a people to "their" dictator that provide the most intimate glimpses of the history of the Third Reich. A treasure of more than 100,000 such letters were recently found, hidden in a secret Russian archive. The uncensored letters reveal the true feelings of the German people - their hopes, longings and fears; also love letters, declarations of loyalty, birthday wishes and the occasional word of protest. Like a seismograph, it mirrors the change in mood in Nazi Germany, providing a reflection of the German spirit in the years from 1932 to 1945. A.K.A. Dear Uncle Adolf.
2014 . Documentary . 45 m
Executive producer. The Second World War entered its final phase in the summer of 1944. With the advance of the Allied armies on all fronts, the Third Reich is determined to embitter resistance. After the failed assassination attempt on Hitler in July, even more people will die than in all war years before. But what kept the gear of the Nazi dictatorship going for almost ten months and why did the Germans keep fighting until the bitter end? In the end, millions of people lost their lives and half of Europe is in ruins.
2004 . Documentary, History, War . 1h 22m
Executive producer. Adolf Hitler spent the last ten days of his life in a bunker underneath the Chancellery of the Reich. Unwilling to face the consequences of defeat, the dictator ended his own life on April 30, 1945 in this fortified underground complex. Featuring exclusive interviews with the last survivor’s of Hitler’s inner circle and extensive archival footage, Death in the Bunker is an illuminating look at the Führer’s final decisions in preparation for his suicide.
2006 . Documentary, History . 54 m
Executive producer. One journalist described it as a chance "to see justice catch up with evil." On November 20, 1945, the twenty-two surviving representatives of the Nazi elite stood before an international military tribunal at the Palace of Justice in Nuremberg, Germany; they were charged with the systematic murder of millions of people. The ensuing trial pitted U.S. chief prosecutor and Supreme Court judge Robert Jackson against Hermann Göring, the former head of the Nazi air force, whom Adolf Hitler had once named to be his successor. Jackson hoped that the trial would make a statement that crimes against humanity would never again go unpunished. Proving the guilt of the defendants, however, was more difficult than Jackson anticipated. This American Experience production draws upon rare archival material and eyewitness accounts to recreate the dramatic tribunal that defines trial procedure for state criminals to this day.
2020 . Documentary . 53 m
Executive producer. Countless people around the world know the pictures from Leni Riefenstahl's films, even if they have not seen them in their entirety. The work of the German director has burned itself into the collective memory. Even decades after the end of the Nazi era, she showed no remorse and presented herself as an apolitical, naive follower of the Nazi criminal regime. Her artistic service for the cinema was always recognized. But book author Nina Gladitz shows after decades of research that Hitler's favorite filmmaker was not only a follower, but also a perpetrator during the Third Reich, who instrumentalized other filmmakers such as the brilliant cinematographer Willy Zielke in order to gain fame for herself.