|Directed by||Joe May|
|Produced by||Joe May|
|Music by||Ferdinand Hummel|
|4 April 1919|
Veritas Vincit is a 1919 German silent historical film directed by Joe May and starring Mia May, Johannes Riemann, and Magnus Stifter. It was made as an epic in three episodes, similar to D. W. Griffith's Intolerance .  The first takes place in Ancient Rome, the second during the Renaissance and the third shortly before the First World War. Although not released until Spring 1919, it had been made during the final months of the war the previous year.
The film's sets were designed by the art directors Paul Leni and Siegfried Wroblewsky. It was shot at the Weissensee Studios in Berlin and on location around the city.
Joe May was an Austrian film director and film producer and one of the pioneers of German cinema.
Paul Leni was a German filmmaker and a key figure in German Expressionism, making Hintertreppe (1921) and Waxworks (1924) in Germany, and The Cat and the Canary (1927), The Chinese Parrot (1927), The Man Who Laughs (1928), and The Last Warning (1928) in the United States.
Magnus Stifter was an Austrian stage and film actor. He appeared in 85 films between 1914 and 1941. He was born in Vienna, Austria-Hungary, and died in Vienna, Austria.
Friedemann Bach is a 1941 German historical drama film directed by Traugott Müller and starring Gustaf Gründgens, Leny Marenbach and Johannes Riemann. The film depicts the life of Johann Sebastian Bach's son Wilhelm Friedemann Bach. It is based on Albert Emil Brachvogel's novel Friedemann Bach. Wilhelm Friedemann Bach is shown as a gifted son trying to escape his father's shadow.
Friedrich Rudolf Max Laurence was a German stage and film actor.
Johannes Riemann was a German actor and film director. Riemann was a member of the Nazi Party.
Carmen is a 1918 German silent drama film directed by Ernst Lubitsch and starring Pola Negri, Harry Liedtke, and Leopold von Ledebur. It was based on the novella Carmen by Prosper Mérimée. Like Bizet's opera Carmen, this film only adapts the third part of Mérimée's novella and transforms the character of Don José at the beginning of the story from bandit on the run to honest man in love with his childhood sweetheart. The film was released with English intertitles in the United States in 1921 under the alternative title Gypsy Blood.
Napoleon at Saint Helena is a 1929 German silent historical film directed by Lupu Pick and starring Werner Krauss, Hanna Ralph, and Albert Bassermann. The film depicts the final years of Napoleon between 1815 and 1821 during his period of exile on the British Atlantic island of Saint Helena following his defeat at Waterloo.
Adolf Klein was an Austrian actor and theatre director. Klein appeared in around sixty films, mainly during the silent era. He appeared in a number of the epics made by the German film industry during the early 1920s such as his role as Cardinal Wolsey in Ernst Lubitsch's Anna Boleyn (1920).
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.
The Court Concert is a 1936 German historical romantic comedy film directed by Detlef Sierck, and starring Mártha Eggerth, Johannes Heesters, and Kurt Meisel. It was made by the largest German studio UFA, based on Das kleine Hofkonzert. It is part of a group of operetta films made during the 1930s. The film was made at the Babelsberg Studios in Berlin with sets designed by the art director Fritz Maurischat. A separate French-language version was also made.
Maria Ilona is a 1939 German historical drama film directed by Géza von Bolváry and starring Paula Wessely, Willy Birgel, and Paul Hörbiger. The film is set in Austria during the reign of Ferdinand I. It is an adaptation of Oswald Richter-Tersik's novel Ilona Beck.
The Man in the Iron Mask is a 1923 German silent adventure film directed by Max Glass and starring Albert Bassermann, Bruno Decarli, and Vladimir Gajdarov. It was shot at the Terra Studios in Berlin. The film's sets were designed by the art director Robert A. Dietrich.
Fair Game is a 1928 German silent drama film directed by Holger-Madsen and starring Evelyn Holt, Fred Louis Lerch and Bruno Kastner. The film was adapted from the Arthur Schnitzler play.
Roses Bloom on the Moorland is a 1929 German silent historical drama film directed by Kurt Blachy and starring Wolfgang von Schwind, Hertha Guthmar and Betty Astor. During the Napoleonic Wars a German inhabitant is sentenced to death for striking a French soldier who assaulted his wife.
The Secret of the Mummy is a 1921 German silent crime film directed by Victor Janson and starring Ferdinand von Alten, Aud Egede-Nissen, and Magnus Stifter. It is part of the Joe Deebs detective series. Originally shot in 1916, it did not go on general release until 1921.
Prince Cuckoo is a 1919 German silent drama film directed by Paul Leni and starring Conrad Veidt, Olga Limburg, and Magnus Stifter. It premiered at the Marmorhaus. It is now considered a lost film.
The Adventuress of Monte Carlo is a 1921 German silent adventure film directed by Adolf Gärtner and starring Ellen Richter, Anton Pointner and Eduard von Winterstein. It was released in three parts, The Mistress of the Shah, Moroccan Nights and The Stanley Trial.
Orient is a 1924 German silent drama film directed by Gennaro Righelli and starring Maria Jacobini, Harry Liedtke and Magnus Stifter. It was shot at the Grunewald in Berlin and on location in Egypt. The film's sets were designed by the art director István Szirontai Lhotka.
Große Berliner Kunstausstellung , abbreviated GroBeKa or GBK, was an annual art exhibition that existed from 1893 to 1969 with intermittent breaks. In 1917 and 1918, during World War I, it was not held in Berlin but in Düsseldorf. In 1919 and 1920, it operated under the name Kunstausstellung Berlin. From 1970 to 1995, the Freie Berliner Kunstausstellung was held annually in its place.