Irmgard von is a 86 years old female from Berlin, Germany. Irmgard is most well known for directing, and has 7 known credits, of which 7 are movies, and 0 are TV shows.
If you enjoy Irmgard von’s movies you should definitely watch Ghetto Theresienstadt: Deception and Reality (2006) Irmgard has worked on!
The best rated movie Irmgard von has been a part of is the documentary, history movie Ghetto Theresienstadt: Deception and Reality, where they had the role of directing. It has a rating 6.7 on IMDb.
The Liberation of Auschwitz has a rating on 7.4 on IMDb . Irmgard von worked on this documentary, history movie as directing.
In Berlin zur Kaiserzeit - Glanz und Schatten einer Epoche Irmgard von was worked as director, writer.
This documentary movie has a rating on 8.2 on IMDb. In Weltbühne Berlin - Die Zwanziger Jahre Irmgard von had the role of directing.
Irmgard von was a part of the movie Berlin unterm Hakenkreuz - Die 30er Jahre as directing. This movie has a rating 5.9 on IMDb.
Irmgard von’s birthday is on 22 April 1936.
Irmgard von is female.
Irmgard von was born in Berlin, Germany.
Irmgard von is most known for directing. Irmgard has worked on 7 movies and 0 TV shows.
The best rated movie they have been a part of is Ghetto Theresienstadt: Deception and Reality, which has a score of 0.0.
2006 . Documentary, History . 1h 12m
Executive producer. A look at the Nazi "show camp" used to fool the world while they carried out their "Final Solution".
1986 . Documentary, History . 53 m
Executive producer. This chilling, vitally important documentary was produced to mark the 40th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz Concentration Camp. The film contains unedited, previously unavailable film footage of Auschwitz shot by the Soviet military forces between January 27 and February 28, 1945 and includes an interview with Alexander Voronsov, the cameraman who shot the footage. The horrifying images include: survivors; camp visit by Soviet investigation commission; criminal experiments; forced laborers; evacuation of ill and weak prisoners with the aid of Russian and Polish volunteers; aerial photos of the IG Farben Works in Monowitz; and pictures of local people cleaning up the camp under Soviet supervision. - Written by National Center for Jewish Film
1986 . Documentary . 1h 34m
Executive producer. Documentary portrait of Berlin the 1920s.