Ernst Lubitsch

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German filmmaker of sophisticated comedies (1892-1947)


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2) For example, Ernst Lubitsch was born 1892 in Berlin to Russian Jewish immigrants.
One Hour With You," 1932 American film produced and directed by Ernst Lubitsch
In the next chapter on comedies of the silent period, the main focus is, almost inevitably, on the work of Ernst Lubitsch.
Cada ano el festival realiza una retrospectiva de algun cineasta que a lo largo de su carrera haya logrado ampliar el lenguaje cinematografico; este ano se dedico a Ernst Lubitsch.
She tells me director Ernst Lubitsch (a German-born Jew) directed an anti-Nazi film (the 1942 comedy To Be Or Not To Be starring Jack Benny and Carole Lombard).
In a picture with the breezy sophistication, the elegant atmosphere and the melancholy undercurrent of an Ernst Lubitsch comedy, Julia cuts down on her performing so that she can experience life again, and she ultimately chooses life over theatre.
In the midst of this formulaic decoupage, the director might--under the aegis of Ernst Lubitsch, then America's most celebrated director--insert a telling close-up of an object to underscore the dramatic flow.
You can learn how romantic comedy has gone downhill by going to your video store and renting "Shop Around the Corner" (1940), the Ernst Lubitsch film on which "You've Got Mail" is based.
What I do remember is that when I last visited Tinseltown to receive one of those "lifetime awards" from my fellow documentarians in the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, I found myself scared to death, standing on a podium, surrounded by giant golden Oscars, quite spontaneously denouncing the company town I grew up in and the industry that once produced the likes of Frank Capra, Ernst Lubitsch and John Ford.
Production Designer Dreier was associated with famed directors Ernst Lubitsch and Von Sternberg on 10 and 12 of their films, respectively.
We studied 1930s classic Ernst Lubitsch comedies for ideas on how to compose, and we embraced the imperfections of the older lenses because of their distinctive look.
1940, starring James Stewart and Margaret Sullavan, directed by Ernst Lubitsch.
The Smiling Lieutenant," a 1931 American film directed by Ernst Lubitsch
So you got this influx of Franz Waxman and Erich Korngold writing music, and Ernst Lubitsch, Billy Wilder and Fritz Lang as writers and directors.