Victor Trivas

Jul 9, 1896


Born in Russia, filmmaker Victor Trivas started out in the late '20s working as an art director for G.W. Pabst. He wrote and directed his first film, Niemandsland/Hell on Earth/No Man's Land, in 1931. Containing a potent plea for peace, the film was destroyed by the Nazis. In 1933, Trivas fled to France and eventually landed in Hollywood where he became… More


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