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  1. Fritz Lang filmography - Wikipedia › wiki › Fritz_Lang_filmography

    Fritz Lang (1890–1976) was an Austrian film director, producer and screenwriter. In Lang's early career he worked primarily as a screenwriter, finishing film scripts in four to five days. Lang directed major German films of the silent and early sound eras including Metropolis (1927) and M (1931) respectively.

  2. Fritz Lang - IMDb › name › nm0000485

    Fritz Lang, Actor: Le mépris. Fritz Lang was born in Vienna, Austria, in 1890. His father managed a construction company. His mother, Pauline Schlesinger, was Jewish but converted to Catholicism when Lang was ten. After high school, he enrolled briefly at the Technische Hochschule Wien and then started to train as a painter. From 1910 to 1914, he traveled in Europe, and he ...

  3. Fritz Lang Filmography - IMDb › list › ls093471758

    In a futuristic city sharply divided between the working class and the city planners, the son of the city's mastermind falls in love with a working-class prophet who predicts the coming of a savior to mediate their differences. Director: Fritz Lang | Stars: Brigitte Helm, Alfred Abel, Gustav Fröhlich, Rudolf Klein-Rogge

  4. Fritz Lang - Wikipedia › wiki › Fritz_Lang

    Friedrich Christian Anton "Fritz" Lang (December 5, 1890 – August 2, 1976) was an Austrian-German-American filmmaker, screenwriter, and occasional film producer and actor. One of the best-known émigrés from Germany's school of Expressionism, he was dubbed the "Master of Darkness" by the British Film Institute.

    • Austrian, German, American
    • Friedrich Christian Anton Lang, December 5, 1890, Vienna, Austria-Hungary
  5. List of Fritz Lang Movies: Best to Worst - Filmography › fritz-lang-36891
    • M. (1931) As: Director, Writer. Director: Fritz Lang. Genres: Thriller, Crime, Drama, Mystery. Star Cast: Theodor Loos, Peter Lorre, Ellen Widmann, Inge Landgut, Otto Wernicke.
    • Metropolis. (1927) As: Director, Writer. Director: Fritz Lang. Genres: Sci-Fi, Drama. Star Cast: Theodor Loos, Rudolf Klein-Rogge, Alfred Abel, Fritz Rasp, Gustav Fröhlich.
    • Die Nibelungen: Siegfried. (1924) As: Director, Writer. Director: Fritz Lang. Genres: Fantasy, Adventure, Drama. Star Cast: Theodor Loos, Margarete Schön, Gertrud Arnold, Hanna Ralph, Paul Richter.
    • The Big Heat. (1953) As: Director. Director: Fritz Lang. Genres: Crime, Thriller, Film-Noir. Star Cast: Glenn Ford, Lee Marvin, Alexander Scourby, Carolyn Jones, Gloria Grahame.
  6. Fritz Lang Filmography and Movies | Fandango › people › fritz-lang-376482

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    • December 5, 1890
  7. Fritz Lang | Movies and Filmography | AllMovie › artist › fritz-lang-p98675

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  8. Fritz Lang: 10 essential films | BFI - British Film Institute › fritz-lang-10-essential-films
    • Dr. Mabuse, the Gambler (1922) While it’s impossible to select a single film of Lang’s as representative of such a varied career, the three films that make up his Mabuse trilogy remain landmarks of certain phases.
    • Die Nibelungen (1924) Given its more accessible genre framework (and high-profile restoration a few years back), it’s little surprise that Metropolis (1927) would be the silent picture of Lang’s subject to canonical entombment.
    • M (1931) Lang’s first talkie, and his crowning achievement, marks the apotheosis of a visual language he’d developed over the course of his silent career.
    • Fury (1936) Lang brings M’s kangaroo court stateside for his first American picture, delving further into the mob-ruled grotesqueries of human nature and its thirst for ‘justice’, with the story of an innocent, circumstantially accused man seemingly burned alive by angry townsfolk furious at the slow progress of the judicial system.
  9. 14 great films by Fritz Lang | All media content | DW | 05.12 ... › en › 14-great-films-by-fritz-lang
    • 'Dr. Mabuse' Fritz Lang directed his first films before the invention of cinema with sound. He learned to tell his stories using only the power of images.
    • 'Die Nibelungen' Through the epic "Die Nibelungen" series, made up of two parts — "Siegfried" and "Kriemhild's Revenge" — Fritz Lang brought Germany's national myth to the silver screen.
    • 'Metropolis' The most expensive film ever released at the time of its making, the pioneering science-fiction epic "Metropolis" inspired many other filmmakers afterwards, especially in Hollywood.
    • 'Woman in the Moon' Fritz Lang was a very resourceful and imaginative director. On the set of his movies, as here while shooting "Woman in the Moon," he experimented with camera angles and lighting effects — and later on with sound, too.
  10. Lang, Fritz – Senses of Cinema › 2002 › great-directors

    Fritz Lang: Master of Darkness A bfi feature site on Lang. Film Directors: Articles on the Internet Plenty of articles to be found here. The Films of Fritz Lang Large page on 25 Lang films. Each film is explored through a discussion of it’s themes, visual style and architecture. Fritz Lang’s M A page with some info on M . Fritz Lang Papers

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