|The Sin of Helga Arndt|
|German||Die Sünde der Helga Arndt|
|Directed by||Joe May|
|Written by||Joe May|
|Produced by||Joe May|
The Sin of Helga Arndt (German: Die Sünde der Helga Arndt) is a 1916 German silent drama film directed by Joe May and starring Mia May, Theodor Burghardt and Frida Richard. 
Joe May was an Austrian film director and film producer and one of the pioneers of German cinema.
Adolf Arndt was a German politician of the Social Democratic Party (SPD) and former member of the German Bundestag.
When You're Young, the World Belongs to You is a 1934 Austrian comedy film directed by Richard Oswald and starring Joseph Schmidt, Otto Treßler and Lilliane Dietz. Along with Adventures on the Lido, it was denied a permit to be shown in German cinemas because Oswald was deemed an enemy of National Socialism.
Frida Richard was an Austrian actress.
The Lost Shoe is a 1923 German silent fantasy film directed by Ludwig Berger and starring Helga Thomas, Paul Hartmann and Mady Christians. Its plot is loosely based on that of Cinderella. It was shot at the Babelsberg Studios in Berlin. The film's sets were designed by the art director Rudolf Bamberger.The film premiered on 5 December 1923 at the Ufa-Palast am Zoo in Berlin. It was produced by Decla-Bioscop which was by then part of the large UFA conglomerate.
Lützow's Wild Hunt is a 1927 German silent war film.
Mia May was an Austrian actress. She was married to the Austrian film producer and director Joe May and appeared in 44 films between 1912 and 1924. Her daughter was the actress Eva May.
Ellen Helga Louise Hagen was a Swedish suffragette, women's rights activist and politician. She was a member of the National Association for Women's Suffrage, the chairperson of Liberala kvinnor in 1938–1946 and Svenska Kvinnors Medborgarförbund in 1936–1963. During the 1920s and 1930s, she was internationally active within peace work and the Swedish delegate in the international peace conference in Paris in 1931.
Eight Girls in a Boat is a 1932 German musical film directed by Erich Waschneck and starring Karin Hardt, Theodor Loos, and Helmuth Kionka. It was shot at the Tempelhof Studios in Berlin. The film's sets were designed by art director Alfred Junge.
Helga Frideborg "Frida" Maria Stéenhoff, née Wadström, was a Swedish writer and women's rights activist. She was a leading participant of the public debate of gender equality and a contributor of several radical progressive publications. She was engaged in the women suffrage movement and several humanitarian organisations.
Claire is a 1924 German silent film directed by Robert Dinesen and starring Lya De Putti, Eduard von Winterstein and Theodor Loos.
The Handicap of Love is a 1921 German silent crime film directed by Martin Hartwig and starring Ferdinand von Alten, Magnus Stifter and Hermann Böttcher. It features the detective character Joe Deebs.
The Dancer is a 1919 German silent film directed by Carl Froelich and starring Lil Dagover.
Christian Wahnschaffe is a 1920 German silent drama film directed by Urban Gad and starring Conrad Veidt, Lillebil Ibsen, and Fritz Kortner. It was released in two parts World Ablaze (Weltbrand) in November 1920 and The Escape from the Golden Prison in March 1921. It is an adaptation of the novel of the same title by Jakob Wassermann. The film is extant, and was restored in 2018 by the Friedrich-Wilhelm-Murnau-Stiftung.
The Beggar Countess is a 1918 German silent film directed by Joe May and Bruno Ziener and starring Mia May, Heinrich Peer, and Johannes Riemann.
Waves of Fate is a 1918 German silent drama film directed by Joe May and starring Mia May, Erich Kaiser-Titz and Georg John.
The Golden Glove is a 2019 internationally co-produced horror drama film directed by Fatih Akin. It was selected to compete for the Golden Bear at the 69th Berlin International Film Festival. The film is an adaptation of Heinz Strunk's eponymous novel and tells the story of the German serial killer Fritz Honka who murdered four women between 1970 and 1975 and hid their body parts in his apartment. The Golden Glove is named after the pub in the red-light district of Hamburg where the disfigured alcoholic Honka met his victims. The Golden Glove is the first film by Fatih Akin to receive an 18 rating in Germany.
William Kahn (1882–1959) was a German screenwriter, film producer and director of the silent era.