Anton Kutter (born 13 June 1903 in Biberach an der Riß, died 1 February 1985 in Biberach) was a German film director and screenwriter. He studied mechanical engineering at Stuttgart Technical University.
Kutter was awarded two golden medals at the Venice Biennale and he invented the well-known Schiefspiegler telescope which is a modified Cassegrain reflector featuring superb optical definition due to an off-axis secondary mirror. An obituary was published by R.W. Sinnott: Optical Innovator Dies — Kutter, Anton. Sky and Telescope, May 1985, page 461.