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von Sternberg

(vɒn ˈstɜːnˌbɜːɡ; German fɔn ˈʃtɛrnbɛrk)
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(Biography) Joseph (ˈjoːzɛf), real name Jonas Sternberg. 1894–1969, US film director, born in Austria, whose films include The Blue Angel (1930), Blonde Venus (1932), The Scarlet Empress (1934), and the unfinished I, Claudius (1937)

von Stern•berg

(vɒn ˈstɜrn bɜrg)
n.
Josef or Joseph (Josef Stern), 1894–1969, U.S. film director, born in Austria.
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Noun1.von Sternberg - United States film maker (born in Austria) whose films made Marlene Dietrich an international star (1894-1969)
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Von Sternberg was the Moltke of this War in the Air, but it was the curious hard romanticism of Prince Karl Albert that won over the hesitating Emperor to the scheme.
At the height of her career, she was mostly in movies directed by Josef von Sternberg, including "The Blue Angel" and "Shanghai Express." He also directed her in "Morocco," the only movie that scored Dietrich an Academy Award nomination.
"It's like Marlene Dietrich and Josef Von Sternberg, this classic coupling," said Brett Morgen, the director of Jane.
De Mille, Ernst Lubitsch, Howard Hawks, Alfred Hitchcock, John Ford, Fritz Lang, Max Ophuls, Douglas Sirk, Raoul Walsh, Jacques Tourneur, Josef von Sternberg, Orson Welles, Nicholas Ray, Samuel Fuller, and Jerry Lewis; the origins and development of auteur cinephilia and examples of films capturing sublime moments; and the changing nature of Hollywood and the auteur from the late 1970s, with the rise of directors like George Lucas and Steven Spielberg.
The bodies of Oberleutnant Johannes Speck von Sternberg, who was found to have a .303 bullet in his head and had probably died instantly, Feldwebel Fritz Muhn and Feldwebel Siegfried Ruhle were inside the wreckage.
Sin embargo, tambien hay joyas del neorrealismo italiano (Roma, ciudad abierta, de Roberto Rossellini), el expresionismo aleman (El angel azul, de Josef von Sternberg), la estremecedora melancolia del cine clasico japones (Cuentos de la luna palida de agosto, de Kenji Mizoguchi) y el inclasificable surrealismo sucio de Luis Bunuel (Nazarin).
With its pilot, 27-year-old Oblt Johann Speck von Sternberg dead - his skull split by a bullet fired from a rifle - the plane plunged to the ground near Earlswood Lakes, on the southern edge of Birmingham.
Nominees included Josef Von Sternberg, Ernst Lubitsch and Greta Garbo, but it was for their work in Hollywood films.
"Fievre sur Anatahan de Joseph von Sternberg." Arts 559 (14-20 March 1956).
Dietrich developed her mystique with her legendary director Josef von Sternberg, the man who gave Dietrich her sexual allure along with her pefectly-lit cheekbones (in fact when Dietrich toured in a musical one-woman show in the seventies, she was still using the lighting plot onstage that Von Sternberg had created for her movies).
Espectacular secuencia la de Zhang Ziyi peleando contra el malvado (Cung Le) ataviada con un abrigo como el Marlene Dietrich en Shanghai Express; el combate, que habria durado horas, ocurre solo mientras pasa un tren; bella ofrenda al cine de Josef von Sternberg.
of Economics, Turkey) are Bernard Shaw, Rudolf Arnheim, Andre Bazin, Jozef von Sternberg, Tyrone Guthrie, and Susan Sontag.