Leopold Lindtberg (born in Vienna on 1 June 1902; died in Sils im Engadin/Segl on 18 April 1984) was an Austrian Swiss film and theatre director. He fled Austria due to the Machtergreifung in Germany and ultimately settled in Switzerland.
|Died||18 April 1984 (aged 81)|
His sister Hedwig was married to the Austrian/American musicologist Felix Salzer.
- 1941 Coppa Mussolini for "Die Missbrauchten Liebesbriefe" (The abused love letters)
- 1946 Golden Globe for "The Last Chance"
- 1946 International Film Festival of Cannes 1946: Grand Prix and International Peace Prize for "The Last Chance"
- 1951 Golden Bear at the Berlinale 1951 for "Four in a Jeep"
- 1953 Bronze Bear for "Unser Dorf" (Our Village) at the Berlinale 1953
- 1953 Silver laurel of David O. Selznick Award for "Unser Dorf" (Our Village)
- 1956 Josef Kainz Medal
- 1958 Member of the Berlin Academy of Fine Arts
- 1958 Price of Zurich for "Unser Dorf" (Our Village)
- 1959 Film of the City of Zurich for "Vorposten der Menschheit" (Outpost of Humanity)
- 1959 appointed professor by the President of the Republic of Austria
- 1961 Golden Needle of the Schauspielhaus Zurich
- 1969 Hans Reinhart Ring
- 1974 Honorary Member of the Burgtheater
- 1976 Nestroy Ring
- 1982 Raymond Ring