Wikipedia:WikiProject Film/German cinema task force

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Welcome to the German cinema task force of WikiProject Films! This is a joint task force run between WikiProject Films and WikiProject Germany.


German cinema may include not only domestic films, but also films made by German filmmakers outside of the country, films produced or co-produced by German companies, and foreign films shooting within Germany.


Active members[edit]

To join the German cinema task force, edit this section and add # {{User|yourusername}} and any comments to the following list of members in alphabetical order by username. Please add your username to Wikipedia:WikiProject Film/Participants also.

  1. Bahavd Gita (talk · contribs) - East German films.
  2. Borsanova (talk · contribs) - Historic and political drama, Comedy, Trash
  3. Dikanda (talk · contribs) - German Independent, Art House
  4. HeartofaDog (talk · contribs) - German language, anyway - but I generally stick to Austrian films
  5. JanderVK (talk · contribs) German Horror, Fantasy, Drama mostly.
  6. Lugnuts (talk · contribs)

Member userbox[edit]

You may place {{User German cinema task force}} on your user page to display the following userbox:

This template will add your user page to:

You may also place {{User WikiProject Film}} on your user page.

Tagging and assessment[edit]

German cinema task force assessment statistics worklistlogcategory

Any article related to this task force should be marked by adding German-task-force=yes to the {{Film}} project banner at the top of its talk page (see the project banner instructions for more details on the exact syntax). This will automatically place it into Category:German cinema task force articles.




  • Tag articles.
  • Recruit interested editors.
  • Collect categories, resource links, and templates.
  • Expand the open task listing above.
  • Add things here!


  • Add things here!

Annotated bibliography[edit]

Please use the following format when adding works:

* <!-- bibliographical infomation -->
** Content:
*** <!-- optional content summary -->
** Reviews: 
*** <!-- commentary on work by historians & other reputable sources -->
** Editor comments: 
*** <!-- personal commentary by editors -->