Selective Filmography :
1922: Dr. Mabuse
1933: The Testament of Dr. Mabuse
1953: The Big Heat
1958: The Tiger of Eschnapur
1959: The Indian Tomb
1960: The Thousand Eyes of Dr Mabuse
Fritz Lang was born in Vienna in 1890. After finishing school, Lang briefly attended the Technical University of Vienna, where he studied civil engineering and eventually switched to art in Munich. In 1910 he left Vienna to see the world, traveling throughout Europe and Africa and later Asia and the Pacific area. In 1913, he studied painting in Paris. Starting to write scripts, he directs his debut feature in 1919. He goes on to direct many movies in Germany, first silent, later talkies. After a year spent in Paris, he goes into exile in Hollywood. Upon his return to Germany in 1959, he direts three more fatures. He dies in 1976.