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Ilse Voigt

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Ilse Voigt
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Years active1941-1973 (film & TV)

Ilse Voigt was a German film editor. She was active in German film and television between 1941 and 1973, a notable early female film technician in the country.[1] She started her career during the Nazi era. After the Second World War she briefly worked for DEFA in the Eastern Zone, but thereafter worked in the West.

Selected filmography

References

  1. ^ The German Cinema Book p.395

Bibliography

  • Tim Bergfelder, Erica Carter & Deniz Göktürk. The German Cinema Book. BFI, 2002.


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