Axel Corti

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Birthday: May 7, 1933
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Axel Corti is a distinguished director who has worked on stage, screen, television and radio in both his native France and Austria. As a youth, he was educated in different European countries and at college studied both German and Romance literature. He also received training in agriculture. He began directing theatrical productions in 1958; prior to that he had worked as an actor and reporter for the Austrian Broadcasting corporation. As a stage director, Corti has worked in Vienna, Berlin, Stuttgart, Brussels and London. He began his filmmaking career in the early '60s and is best known for his Where To and Back trilogy which chronicled the effects of WW II upon the Austrians. As a film director, Corti has won numerous prestigious awards including the Prix Italia in 1985 for A Woman's Pale Blue Handwriting. Corti became a professor of film directing at the University of Vienna in 1972.



No Score Yet Welcome to Vienna (Wohin und zurück) Screenwriter Director 1986
No Score Yet Welcome in Vienna (Wohin und zurück - Teil 3: Welcome in Vienna) Director Screenwriter 1986
No Score Yet A Woman's Pale Blue Handwriting Director 1984
No Score Yet An Uns Glaubt Gott Nicht Mehr Screenwriter Director 1982
No Score Yet Young Dr. Freud Director 1976


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