Josef von Sternberg

Weitere Namen
Josef Stern (Geburtsname) Jonas Sternberg (Weiterer Name)
Cast, Director, Screenplay, Director of photography, Editing, Producer
Wien, Österreich Hollywood, Kalifornien, USA

Biography

Josef von Sternberg was born in Vienna in 1894 and died in Hollywood in 1969. He studied Literature and earned a doctorate degree in Philosophy. His films include: "The Docks of New York" (1928), "Morroco" (1930), "Shanghai Express" (1932), "Macao" (1952), "Jet Pilot" (1953), "The Saga of Anatahan" (1957) and many more. "The Blue Angel" ("Der blaue Engel", 1930) was his only German film and was the breakthrough film for Marlene Dietrich in the USA.

Source: German Films Service & Marketing GmbH

 

FILMOGRAFIE

1957/1958
  • Participation
1946
  • Director
1939/1940
  • Director
1938
  • Co-Director
1935
  • Director
  • Director of photography
  • Producer
1934
  • Director
  • Editing
1932
  • Director
  • based on
  • Editing
  • Producer
1931/1932
  • Director
1930/1931
  • Director
  • Screenplay
1930
  • Director
1929/1930
  • Director
  • Screenplay
1929/1930
  • Director
  • Co-author