The White Stadium
The White Stadium (German: Das Weiße Stadion) is a 1928 Swiss documentary film directed by Arnold Fanck about the 1928 Winter Olympics which were held in the Swiss resort of St. Moritz. The film received the backing of the International Olympic Committee and was the first of the Olympics to be made. It was financed and distributed by the major German studio UFA, but was not a commercial or critical success.
|The White Stadium|
|Directed by||Arnold Fanck|
|Cinematography||Sepp Allgeier |
|Edited by||Walter Ruttmann|
|19 March 1928|
- Hinton p.47-48
- David B. Hinton. The Films of Leni Riefenstahl. Rowman & Littlefield, 2000.