|Directed by||Jacques Feyder|
|Written by||Jules Romains|
|3 October 1923|
The Portrait (German: Das Bildnis, French: L'image) is a 1923 Austrian-French silent drama film directed by Jacques Feyder and starring Arlette Marchal, Malcolm Tod and Victor Vina.  Future star Vilma Bánky appears in a small role.
It as shot at the Rosenhügel Studios in Vienna. The film's sets were designed by the art director Alexander Ferenczy.
The following is an overview of 1930 in film, including significant events, a list of films released and notable births and deaths.
The following is an overview of 1925 in film, including significant events, a list of films released and notable births and deaths.
Vilma Bánky was a Hungarian-American silent film actress. Although her acting career began in Budapest, and she later worked in France, Austria, and Germany, Bánky was best known for her roles in the American films The Eagle and The Son of the Sheik with Rudolph Valentino, and for several romantic teamings with Ronald Colman.
Roderick Ross La Rocque was an American actor.
Sonja Kirchberger is an Austrian actress.
The Awakening (1928) is a feature film directed by Victor Fleming and starring Vilma Bánky. It was based on a story by Frances Marion.
The Winning of Barbara Worth is a 1926 American silent Western film directed by Henry King, and starring Ronald Colman, Vilma Bánky and Gary Cooper. Based on Harold Bell Wright's novel The Winning of Barbara Worth, the film is remembered for the climactic flood sequence, depicting the 1905 formation of the Salton Sea.
Young Medardus is a 1923 Austrian silent historical drama film directed by Michael Curtiz and starring Victor Varconi, Egon von Jordan and Agnes Esterhazy. Based on a play with the same name by Arthur Schnitzler, it is set during the 1809 French occupation of Vienna during the Napoleonic Wars.
Arlette Marchal was a French film actress. She appeared in more than 40 films between 1922 and 1951. She was born and died in Paris.
Two Lovers is a 1928 American silent historical drama film directed by Fred Niblo and starring Vilma Bánky, Ronald Colman, and Noah Beery. Based on the novel Leatherface: A Tale of Old Flanders by Baroness Emma Orczy, it was produced by Samuel Goldwyn.
Manfred Noa was a German film director. Noa was described by Vilma Bánky, who he directed twice, as her "favourite director". Noa's 1924 film Helena has been called his "masterpiece" although it was so expensive that it seriously damaged the finances of Bavaria Film.
The Rakoczi March is a 1933 drama film directed by Gustav Fröhlich and Steve Sekely and starring Fröhlich, Leopold Kramer and Camilla Horn. It was a co-production between Austria, Germany and Hungary. A separate Hungarian-language version, Rákóczi induló, was made.
The Inheritance of Bjorndal is a 1960 Austrian drama film directed by Gustav Ucicky and starring Maj-Britt Nilsson, Brigitte Horney and Ellen Schwiers. It is the sequel to the 1959 film The Forests Sing Forever.
The Wonderful Adventure is a 1924 German silent film directed by Manfred Noa and starring Vilma Bánky, Georg Alexander and Ernst Reicher.
My Niece Doesn't Do That is a 1960 Austrian comedy film directed by Franz Josef Gottlieb and starring Cornelia Froboess, Fred Bertelmann, and Margit Nünke.
Archduke John is a 1929 Austrian silent historical drama film directed by Max Neufeld and starring Igo Sym, Xenia Desni and Paul Biensfeldt. It portrays the life of Archduke John of Austria, a nineteenth century member of the Habsburg Dynasty.
Fred Liewehr (1909–1993) was an Austrian stage and film actor.
Rigoletto or The King Amuses Himself is a 1918 Austrian silent historical film directed by Jacob Fleck, Luise Fleck and starring Wilhelm Klitsch, Hermann Benke and Liane Haid. It is based on the 1832 play by the French writer Victor Hugo. To recreate the look of Paris in the early sixteenth century, location shooting took place at the neo-gothic Vienna City Hall.
The Other Life is a 1948 Austrian drama film directed by Rudolf Steinboeck and starring Aglaja Schmid, Robert Lindner and Gustav Waldau. The sets were designed by the art director Herbert Ploberger. It is based on the 1947 novella Twentieth of July by Alexander Lernet-Holenia.
The Heart Must Be Silent is a 1944 German drama film directed by Gustav Ucicky and starring Paula Wessely, Mathias Wieman and Werner Hinz. It was produced by Wien Film in the Austrian capital of Vienna, which had been part of Greater Germany since the Anschluss of 1938. It was given further release by West German distributor Deutsche London Film in 1950.