Lena Stolze

Lena Stolze is an actress and lives in Berlin. After studying art history and German language and literature she began training as an actress at the Max Reinhardt Seminar in Vienna in 1975. From 1977 she performed, amongst others, at the Vienna Burgtheater, the Residenztheater in Munich and the Thalia Theater in Hamburg. Lena Stolze also gained a reputation as a screen actress, playing the role of Sophie Scholl in Michael Verhoeven’s film Die weiße Rose and Percy Adlon’s Fünf letzte Tage from 1982. A further major international success was Stolze’s comic role in Das schreckliche Mädchen (1990/ Michael Verhoeven). Stolze has received numerous awards, including two German Film Awards. She has worked, amongst others, with Michael Haneke, Marleen Gorris, Christoph Roehl, Robert Thalheim and Margarethe von Trotta and is a Film Academy and European Film Prize jury member.

100 Years of Now. The Opening

Time’s Attack on the Rest of Life: Revolution

With Guo Jinniu, Yang Lian, Martin Mosebach, Yongle Zhang, YoYo, and Lena Stolze

Reading and talk

Oct 3, 2015