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Fedor Ozep or Fyodor Otsep ( , Fyodor Aleksandrovich Otsep; February 9, 1895 – June 20, 1949) was a Russian-American film director and screenwriter, born in Moscow. An important early writer on film and film theory, he served as dramaturge for the Mezhrabpomfilm-Rus company and wrote a number of films for directors such as V.I. Pudovkin and Yakov Protazanov before turning to directing in 1926.
During the production of The Living Corpse in Germany, he decided to remain and worked throughout Europe during the 1930s, enjoying international acclaim for films including The Murderer Dimitri Karamazov and Amok. With the advent of World War II he moved to Hollywood but was unable to establish a career there, directing only one film. His last two films were made in Canada. He died of a heart attack in Los Angeles in 1949.

Filmography

  • The Queen of Spades (1916, dir. Yakov Protazanov), screenwriter
  • Metel (1918, dir. Nikolai Malikoff), screenwriter
  • Polikushka (1922, dir. Alexander Sanin), screenwriter
  • The Cigarette Girl from Mosselprom (1924, dir. Yuri Zhelyabuzhsky), screenwriter
  • The Stationmaster (1925, dir. Ivan Moskvin, Yuri Zhelyabuzhsky), screenwriter
  • Aelita (1924, dir. Yakov Protazanov), screenwriter
  • Miss Mend (1926, dir. Fedor Ozep, Boris Barnet), director and screenwriter
  • The Yellow Ticket (1928), director and screenwriter
  • The Doll With Millions (1928, dir. Sergei Komarov), screenwriter
  • The Living Corpse (1929), director and screenwriter
  • The Murderer Dimitri Karamazov (1931), director and screenwriter
    • There were two versions made at the same time, one in French and one in German, German language film co-director: Erich Engels
  • Mirages de Paris (1933), director and screenwriter
  • Großstadtnacht (1933), director and screenwriter
    • Großstadtnacht and Mirages de Paris were two versions of the same film, made at the same time, one in French and one in German
  • Amok (1934), director
  • A Woman Alone (1936, dir. Eugene Frenke), screenwriter
  • (1937), director and screenwriter
  • Gibraltar (1938), director
  • Princess Tarakanova (1938), director and screenwriter
    • There were two versions made at the same time, one in French and one in Italian, Italian language film co-director: Mario Soldati
  • Three Russian Girls (1943, dir. Fedor Ozep, Henry S. Kesler), director
  • Cero en conducta (1945, dir. Fedor Ozep, José María Téllez), director
  • (1945), director
  • Whispering City (1947), director
  • La Forteresse (1947), director
    • Whispering City and La Forteresse were two versions of the same film, made at the same time, one in English and one in French

External links

  • "The Erased Auteur: Rediscovering Fedor Ozep"

Category:1895 births
Category:1949 deaths
Category:People from Moscow
Category:People from Moscow Governorate
Category:Russian film directors
Category:Russian screenwriters
Category:Male screenwriters
Category:Russian male writers
Category:Silent film directors
Category:Russian Christians
Category:Imperial Russian emigrants to the United States
Category:Russian expatriates in France
Category:20th-century screenwriters
 
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