Julius Jaenzon

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Julius Jaenzon
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Julius Jaenzon in 1921 together with Victor Sjöström (left) and Mauritz Stiller (bottom right).
Born Joel Julius Jaenzon
(1885-07-08)8 July 1885
Gothenburg, Sweden
Died 17 February 1961(1961-02-17) (aged 75)
Stockholm, Sweden
Occupation Cinematographer
Years active 1907 - 1948

Julius Jaenzon (8 July 1885 – 17 February 1961) was a Swedish cinematographer, essential in the early Swedish silent cinema. He is most known for his collaborations with directors Victor Sjöström and Mauritz Stiller, particularly in adaptions of novels by Selma Lagerlöf. Especially the accuracy with which he mastered the double exposure, for example in The Phantom Carriage, was much admired at the time.[1]

He was portrayed by Carl Magnus Dellow in the 2000 television play The Image Makers.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Bo Florin (2010), "Victor Sjöström and the Golden Age", Mariah Larsson and Anders Marklund (eds), "Swedish Film: An Introduction and Reader", Lund: Nordic Academic Press, pp. 76-85, p.83.

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