Franz Rath

Director of photography
Leading cinematographer who first came to prominence with the emergence of the New German Cinema. Rath shot Volker Schlondorff's first two films, "Young Torless" (1966) and "The Sudden Wealth of the Poor People of ... Read more »

Filmography

Camera, Film, & Tape (20)

Rosenstrasse 2004 (Movie)

(Director of Photography)

Winterblume 1996 (Movie)

(Director of Photography)

The Promise 1995 (Movie)

(Director of Photography)

Felix 1988 (Movie)

cinematography (Cinematographer)

Der Unsichtbare 1987 (Movie)

cinematography (Cinematographer)

Rosa Luxemburg 1987 (Movie)

(Director of Photography)

The Neverending Story 1984 (Movie)

camera operator 2nd unit (Camera Operator)

Mann Ohne Gedachtnis 1983 (Movie)

(Director of Photography)

Circle of Deceit 1982 (Movie)

camera operator 2nd unit (Camera Operator)

Haunted 1982 (Movie)

(Director of Photography)

Marianne and Julianne 1981 (Movie)

(Director of Photography)

Pilgrim, Farewell 1979 (Movie)

(Director of Photography)

Sisters, or The Balance of Happiness 1978 (Movie)

(Director of Photography)

The Second Awakening of Christa Klages 1976 (Movie)

cinematography (Cinematographer)

Die Ploetzliche Einsamkeit des Konrad Steiner 1975 (Movie)

cinematography (Cinematographer)

Studenten Aufs Schafott 1971 (Movie)

cinematography (Cinematographer)

The Sudden Wealth of the Poor People of Kombach 1970 (Movie)

cinematography (Cinematographer)

A Degree of Murder 1965 (Movie)

cinematography (Cinematographer)

Young Torless 1965 (Movie)

(Director of Photography)

Of Pure Blood (TV Show)

Director of Photography

Biography

Leading cinematographer who first came to prominence with the emergence of the New German Cinema. Rath shot Volker Schlondorff's first two films, "Young Torless" (1966) and "The Sudden Wealth of the Poor People of Kombach" (1971), and is also known for his work on Margarethe von Trotta's "The German Sisters" (1981) and "Rosa Luxenburg" (1986).

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