Emil-Edwin Reinert

Emil-Edwin Reinert, or Emile-Edwin Reinert,[1] (16 March 1903 – 17 October 1953) was a French film director, screenwriter, audio engineer and producer.

Emil-Edwin Reinert
Emil-Edwin Reinert during production
of Le destin s'amuse, 1947
Emil, Edwin Reinert

16 March 1903
Died17 October 1953(1953-10-17) (aged 50)
Paris, France
OccupationFilm director, screenwriter, producer
Years active1932–1952
Spouse(s)Irène-Elisabeth Kaeser (1945–53)
ChildrenJean-Michel Reinert

Born in Rava-Ruska, Austria-Hungary in 1903, Reinert directed films in France, Great Britain, Switzerland and Austria as well he directed in co productions, associating different countries : Austria, France, Italy, West Germany, Great Britain and the United States. He died in Paris in 1953.


As director

Short films

  • 1932 La machine à sous
  • 1932 La Seine
  • 1932 Les porcelaines de Limoges
  • 1933 La tête de veau
  • 1933 On déjeune à midi
  • 1934 Une affaire garantie
  • 1935 Nous serons toujours heureux
  • 1935 Le siège arrière

Feature films

As screen writer

As producer and supervisor

Actors and actresses

He directed among others the following actors and actresses:


  1. Most of the information in this article is going to be translated from the French Wikipedia page.
  2. As creative consultant.

Alternate names

Emil E. Reinert, Emile E. Reinert, Émile E Reinert, E. E. Reinert, E.E. Reinert

Further reading

(in German) * Dr. Armin Loacker Austrian Noir, Essays zur österreichisch-amerikanischen Koproduktion ABENTEUER IN WIEN / STOLEN IDENTITY; Vienna: Filmarchiv Austria Press, 2005; ISBN 3-901932-69-0

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