Annie Hall

Der Stadtneurotiker
Alvy Singer, a Jewish comedian and New Yorker, has been on the psychiatrist’s couch for 15 years. Here, he is busy analysing his relationship with singer Annie Hall. In flashbacks, we get a glimpse of the childhood he experienced as traumatic. So it is no surprise that the highly-talented and precocious child, after a mediocre career as a stand-up and two failed marriages, is now in a midlife crisis. He finds a charming, screwed-up opponent in “polymorphously perverse” Annie Hall. What a shame that their cinematic, culinary, literary, erotic and social needs diverge more often than not ... In loosely-constructed scenes full of gags and pithy one-liners, Woody Allen, with his star Diane Keaton, created a putative self-portrait, in which educated cinema audiences all over the world could recognise themselves. The use of modern estrangement effects, such as clips from TV shows and comic strips, also made the movie a tour de force of filmmaking. Annie Hall won four of the five Oscars it was nominated for; only Woody Allen himself failed to garner the Best Actor statuette. – World premiere of the digitally restored 4K DCP version.
by Woody Allen
with Woody Allen, Diane Keaton, Tony Roberts, Carol Kane, Paul Simon, Shelley Duvall, Janet Margolin, Christopher Walken
USA 1977 English 93’ Colour Rating R6


  • Woody Allen
  • Diane Keaton
  • Tony Roberts
  • Carol Kane
  • Paul Simon
  • Shelley Duvall
  • Janet Margolin
  • Christopher Walken


Director Woody Allen
Screenplay Woody Allen, Marshall Brickman
Cinematography Gordon Willis
Editing Ralph Rosenblum
Sound James Sabat
Art Director Mel Bourne
Costumes Ruth Morley
Make-Up Fern Buchner
Producer Charles H. Joffe

Produced by

United Artists

Additional information

DCP: Park Circus, Glasgow

Woody Allen


Bio- & filmography as of Berlinale 2019