Jörg Schmidt-Reitwein

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Jörg Schmidt-Reitwein (born 1939 in Königs Wusterhausen, Germany) is a German cinematographer. He has collaborated with director Werner Herzog on a number of projects. Among his many collaborations with other directors, Schmidt-Reitwein is notable for his cinematographic achievement in shooting Alan Greenberg's acclaimed 1982 documentary about Jamaica and death of Bob Marley, Land of Look Behind.

MOVIE CREDITS:
1979: Director of Photography - Woyzeck
1979: Director of Photography - Nosferatu the Vampyre
1974: Director of Photography - The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser
1978: Director of Photography - Germany in Autumn
1982: Director of Photography - Land of Look Behind
1971: Director of Photography - Handicapped Future
1971: Director of Photography - Fata Morgana
1971: Director of Photography - Land of Silence and Darkness
1974: Director of Photography - The Great Ecstasy of Woodcarver Steiner
1976: Director of Photography - Heart of Glass
1977: Director of Photography - La Soufrière
1980: Director of Photography - The Candidate
1993: Director of Photography - Bells from the Deep
1975: Director of Photography - Das Andechser Gefühl
1993: Director of Photography - Brandnacht
2007: Director of Photography - Marmorera
2001: Director of Photography - Pilgrimage
1985: Director of Photography - The Practice of Love
1986: Cinematography - Portrait: Werner Herzog
1977: Cinematography - Nachrichten von den Staufern
1977: Cinematography - People Preparing the Staufer Anniversary
1979: Cinematography - The Patriotic Woman
1969: Cinematography - Precautions Against Fanatics
1976: Cinematography - No One Will Play with Me
1982: Cinematography - The Ghost
1976: Cinematography - The Atlantic Swimmers
1983: Cinematography - Die Olympiasiegerin
1977: Cinematography - Ob's stürmt oder schneit
1990: Cinematography - Echoes from a Sombre Empire
1988: Cinematography - Les Gaulois
1976: Cinematography - There Is a Criminal Touch to Art
1984: Cinematography - Where the Green Ants Dream

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