Fritz Lang

The great Austrian director, Fritz Lang, is January’s featured director of the month. Born in Vienna, he produced some of early cinema’s most famous films, including the science fiction classic Metropolis, and the suspense film M. With the rise of the Nazi party, Lang left Germany in 1934 and moved to France and then the United States. Although Lang’s later American films are sometimes considered inferior compared to his earlier German features, he is considered an important influence on film noir. A listing of books and films are listed below.
1924 Die Nibelungen (DVD) PN1995.75 .N53 2002
1926 Metropolis (DVD) PN1995.75 .M48 1998
1931 M (VHS) PN1997 .M123 1997
1933 The Testament of Dr. Mabuse (VHS) PN1997 .T4245 1994
1936 Fury (VHS) PN1997 .F87 1990
1943 Hangmen also Die (DVD) PN1997 .H364 2000
Fritz Lang : Leben und Werk : Bilder und Dokumente = Fritz Lang : his life and work : photographs and documents Fine Arts PN1998.3.L36 F76 2001
Fritz Lang : the nature of the beast Fine Arts PN1998.3.L36 M38 1997
Fritz Lang, the image and the look Fine Arts Collection Stacks — PN1998.A3 L3583
The films of Fritz Lang Fine Arts PN1998.A3 L364
The cinema of Fritz LangFine Arts PN1998.A3 L359
Fritz Lang in America Fine Arts Collection Stacks — PN1998.A3 L356