|Born||2 October 1884
|Died||18 February 1973 (aged 88)
|Occupation||screenwriter, actor, producer, director|
|Years active||1910 - 1935|
Max Mack (1884–1973) was a German screenwriter, film producer and director during the Silent era. He is particularly known for his 1913 film The Other. During the 1910s he directed nearly a hundred of films in a variety of different genres. Mack later emigrated to escape Nazism, and settled in the United Kingdom.
- The Other (1913)
- Wo ist Coletti? (1913)
- Robert and Bertram (1915)
- Quarantäne (1923)
- Father Voss (1925)
- The Girl with a Patron (1925)
- The Wooing of Eve (1926)
- Fight of the Tertia (1929)
- Elsaesser & Wedel p.205
- Elsaesser, Thomas & Wedel, Michael. A Second Life: German Cinema's First Decades. Amsterdam University Press, 1996.
- Ragowski, Christian. The Many Faces of Weimar Cinema: Rediscovering Germany's Filmic Legacy. Camden House, 2010.
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