Fred Zinnemann

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United States filmmaker (born in Austria) (1907-1997)


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(4) Fred Zinnemann, quoted in JE Smyth, Fred Zinnemann and the Cinema of Resistance, University Press of Mississippi, Jackson, 2014, p.
Smyth, "Fred Zinnemann's Search (1945-48): Reconstructing the Voices of Europe's Children." Film History: An International Journal 23, no.
Her career started in 1952 with Fred Zinnemann's Western classic High Noon.
Respect, not reverence, in Fred Zinnemann's fine drama.
Il testo si avvale anche dell'analisi di alcune pellicole cinematografiche, dal celeberrimo Paisa (1946) di Roberto Rossellini al poco noto The Search (1948) di Fred Zinnemann, sebbene la fiction--sia essa d'autore o meno--non appaia in grado di fornire elementi per delineare reali esperienze storiche, ma possa al massimo offrire spunti per definire la percezione delle spose italiane di guerra nell'immaginario collettivo oppure l'impiego della loro presenza per fini propagandistici nel clima della nascente guerra fredda.
Ulmer, journalist Billy Wilder, and cameraman Eugen Schiifftan and his assistant Fred Zinnemann) could have been taken from the contemporaneous sociological reportage that Siegfried Kracauer published as Die Angestellten (The Salaried Masses) only weeks before People on Sunday opened: "Hundreds of thousands of salaried employees throng the streets of Berlin daily, yet their life is more unknown than that of the primitive tribes at whose habits those same employees marvel in films." (3)
DIRECTED, WRITTEN BY Michel Hazanavicius, inspired by the FILM "THE SEARCH" (1948) BY Fred Zinnemann, PRODUCED by Praesens-Film and Turner Entertainment Co.
but it was also sparked by my interest in Fred Zinnemann's film "The Nun's Story," which feminist cultural critics have tended to dismiss.
However, she was back in business in 1977 with her role in Fred Zinnemann's 1977 drama "Julia" for which she also earned an Oscar nomination.
Her answer is that with the pivotal Unforgiven, the experience of viewing which upon its original release Vaux recounts in a concluding chapter titled "Another Clint" (219-28), she realized that its director was intent on deconstructing the superhero monomyth of all these previous films as well as his own High Plains Drifter, The Outlaw Josey Wales, and Pale Rider (1985), not to mention such classic westerns as Fred Zinnemann's High Noon (1952) and George Stevens' Shane (1953).
Ronnie's brother, David, had a movie career in his own right, producing movies like Austro-Hungarian director Fred Zinnemann's The Day of The Jackal (1973) starring Edward Fox and Derek Jacobi.
A private detective faces a desperate race against time to win back his fiancee after using her as a betting stake in a card game, which he lost to an expert player 1992 *** The Day of the Jackal (RTE One, 12.15am - 2.45am) Fred Zinnemann's thriller, starring Edward Fox, Michael Lonsdale and Alan Badel.