Fred Zinnemann

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Noun1.Fred Zinnemann - United States filmmaker (born in Austria) (1907-1997)
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Sergio Leone, Otto Preminger, Fritz Lang and Fred Zinnemann are famous 20th Century: Chefs; Film directors; Racing drivers; or National leaders?
Director Fred Zinnemann said he chose Sharif partly on the suggestion of David Lean.
Fred Zinnemann, an admirer and later associate of Flaherty's, maintained that the filmmakers "had to stop every two or three days to raise money.
The term will feature films by German directors exiled by the Nazi Party in 1933 including Billy Wilder, Fred Zinnemann, Otto Preminger, Robert Siodmak and Edgar Ulmer.
The beach scene in which Lancaster and Kerr enjoy their now legendary romp in the surf was a last-minute decision by director Fred Zinnemann.
Ulmer, Curtis Bernhardt, Max Ophuls, John Brahm, Anatole Litvak, and Fred Zinnemann each merit individual discussion.
The 1966 Oscar-winning best picture "A Man for All Seasons," directed by Fred Zinnemann, boasts some extraordinary actors.
Outsiders were encouraged to seek out their own homelands, and the Nazi powers before and during the Third Reich were quite happy when Jewish and Gentile dramatists, writers, filmmakers, and scientists such as the Manns, Bertold Brecht, Max Reinhardt, Ernst Toller, Carl Zuckmeyer, Peter Weiss, Franz Werfel, Fritz Lang, Otto Preminger, William Wyler, Fred Zinnemann, Billy Wilder, and Albert Einstein fled into exile.
Observations of an excursion to the beach provide more satiric insights in Menschen am Sonntag (1929), directed by Robert Sidomak and Edgar Ulmer, and co-authored by Fred Zinnemann and Billy Wilder (inchoate masters all).
Coppola wasn't the first proffered to direct the film, a list of some of the industry's most distinguished directors, including Richard Brooks, Elia Kazan, Arthur Penn, Peter Yates, Fred Zinnemann and Richard Lester all rejected the script.