Alfred Lind (27 March 1879 – 29 April 1959) was a Danish cinematographer, screenwriter, and film director of the silent era. Lind was a prominent director in early Scandinavian cinema, and also worked in the German film industry. He is believed to have shot the earliest surviving footage of Iceland from 1906.
|Born||27 March 1879|
|Died||29 April 1959 (aged 80)|
|Other names||Sören Estrup Alfred Lind|
|Occupation||Film Director |
|Years active||1906 - 1929|
- The White Slave Trade (1910)
- Alkohol (1919)
- Tragedy at the Royal Circus (1928)
- Girls Do Not Joke (1929)
- The Abyss (1910)
- Four Devils (1911)
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