Josef von Sternberg


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United States film maker (born in Austria) whose films made Marlene Dietrich an international star (1894-1969)

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The Art Directors Guild (ADG) Film Society will screen the 1934 Josef Von Sternberg classic, "The Scarlet Empress," starring Marlene Dietrich, John Lodge, Sam Jaffe, Louise Dresser and C.
MICHELANGELO ANTONIONI, who died this past July at the age of ninety-four, will be remembered as one of the greatest visual artists of the cinema, in the company of Sergei Eisenstein, Carl Theodor Dreyer, Josef von Sternberg, and Max Ophuls.
Quentin was so determined to cast Uma -whom he describes as Dietrich to his Josef von Sternberg -in the part he wrote specially for her, that he delayed production for a year in order to give her time to have her baby and then slim down to her fighting weight.
There he became an apprentice at UFA Studios, and observed such film masters as Josef von Sternberg, Fritz Lang, F.
In addition, UFA has been home to such distinguished directors and cinematographers as Karl Freund, Fritz Lang and Josef Von Sternberg.
Formed in 1911 as the Bioscop Film Company, it later be came the UFA Studio, home of numerous legendary directors and stars including Josef von Sternberg, Fritz Lang, Billy Wilder, and Marlene Dietrich.
A year later, a modernist home by Richard Neutra, built in 1935 for movie director Josef von Sternberg and owned later by writer Ayn Rand, was bulldozed for a subdivision.
If you're Josef Von Sternberg and you're about to start shooting Morocco in 1930 and Marlene Dietrich gets pregnant, what do you do?
In addition, this historic facility has been home to such distinguished directors and cinematographers as Karl Freund, Fritz Lang and Josef von Sternberg.