Synonyms for totmacher or Related words with totmacher

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Examples of "totmacher"
Among George's most impressive roles in the nineties were his appearances in the television movie "", in which he portrayed the alleged serial killer and writer Henry Kupfer as a cold, calculating and manipulative intellectual, the movie "Deathmaker (Der Totmacher)", in which he portrayed Fritz Haarmann (The Butcher of Hanover), and in the television movie "Die Bubi-Scholz-Story", the trauma of an aged, broken boxer.
O'Connor began making music in the early 1990s and founded Downward Records with Sutton in 1993 in the Halesowen area of Birmingham. He set up the Integrale Muzique distribution company in 1996 with Sutton and Antonio Soares-Vieira. Regis' debut EP "Montreal" included the hypnotic industrial track "Speak To Me". Other releases from the period include the "Gymnastics" 2x12", and the "Application of Language" EP, both featuring hard minimal electronica. The era was capped off by a remix of "Totmacher" by DJ Hell. Things came full circle in the late 1990s, when O'Connor went on to work with and produce his childhood heroes Robert Gorl and Chrislo Hass of Deutsch Amerikanische Freundschaft, but by this time he was already developing a more layered and tonal sound that would become his trademark in the following years.
Postmortem was founded in 1991. After numerous live appearances (including complete tours with Crematory and Atrocity) and two demos, the band signed its first record deal, with Husky Records, and recorded "Screams Of Blackness", which sold out and was re-released in 1998. After that, they played live again with Crematory and at a few large festivals (Death Comes in Lithuania with Hypocrisy, Bands Battle with Rammstein, and many more). After the "Totmacher" EP, the band changed labels after some disagreements and moved to Morbid Records. The four releases were presented after a few tours, including a European tour with Morbid Angel, a Germany tour with Sodom) and almost every large festival (Wacken Open Air, With Full Force, Party San, Dynamo Open Air, Force Attack, Death Comes and many more. After the release of "Storm Force" the band separated from Morbid Records. In 1998 the band signed a license deal for the American market with Pavement Music. "Join The Figh7club" was released via Station 54/SimRec and was promoted live in 2004 on a European tour with Pro Pain and Carnal Forge. But despite a good response from the press and fans, the drummer and the second guitarist left the band in 2004. 2006 the band found with Max Scheffler a new drummer and in 2007 Postmortem toured with that new line-up the Giant-Tour with Ektomorf and Onslaught.
Romuald Karmakar (born February 15, 1965) is a French film director, screenwriter and producer. He was born in Wiesbaden, Germany as the son of a Bengali father and a French mother. From 1977 to 1982 he lived in Athens. He has won several national and international awards, including the German National Film Award in Gold in 1996 for "Der Totmacher" ("Deathmaker"). His work has been honored with several retrospectives at festivals and cinematheques. In 2008, the MoMA celebrated his film "" ("The Himmler Project") as one of the top 250 most important artistic acquisitions of the Museum since 1980. A member of Akademie der Künste, Berlin (the Academy of the Arts, Berlin), Karmakar is internationally regarded for his honest representation of the less attractive aspects of society by focusing on those perpetrators responsible for these downfalls. Karmakar is currently a Fellow at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University (2012–13). He has been invited as one of the four artists (together with Ai Weiwei, Santu Mofokeng and Dayanita Singh) to represent Germany at the German Pavilion at the Art Venice Biennale in 2013.