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Oskar Fischinger (1900–1967)

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Although he never again - after 1947 - received funding for any of his personal films (only some commercial work), the Motion Painting No. 1 won the Grand Prix at the Brussels International Experimental Film Competition in 1949. See more trivia »

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Woman in the Moon
Woman in the Moon Special Effects
(1929)
Orgelstäbe
Orgelstäbe Director
(1927)
The Time Travelers
The Time Travelers Animation Department
(1964)

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 1952 Stereo Film (Short)
 1947 Motion Painting No. 1 (Short)
 1942 Color Rhythm (Short)
 1942 Radio Dynamics (Short)
 1941 American March (Short)
 1938 An Optical Poem (Short) (uncredited)
 1936 Allegretto (Short)
 1935 Muratti privat (Short)
 1935 Lichtkonzert No. 2 (Short)
 1935 Komposition in Blau (Short)
 1934 Swiss Trip (Short)
 1934 Squares (Short)
 1934 Muratti greift ein (Short)
 1934 A Play in Colors (Short)
 1933 Study No. 14 (Short)
 1933 Kreise (Short)
 1933 Studie Nr .13 (Short)
 1932 Studie Nr. 12 (Short)
 1932 Study No. 11 (Short)
 1932 Study No. 10 (Short)
 1932 Koloraturen (Short)
 1931 Study No. 9 (Short)
 1931 Study No. 8 (Short)
 1931 Study No. 7 (Short)
 1931 Love-Games (Short)
 1930 Study No. 6 (Short)
 1930 Studie Nr. 5 (Short)
 1930 Study No. 4 (Short)
 1930 Studie Nr. 3 (Short)
 1930 Studie Nr. 2 (Short)
 1929 Study No. 1 (Short)
 1927 R-1 (Short)
 1927 Seelische Konstruktionen (Short)
 1927 Wachsexperimente (Short)
 1926 Spirals (Short)
 1926 Raumlichtkunst (Short)
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Oscar Fischinger
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In the late 1940s Fischinger invented the Lumigraph (patented in 1955) which some have mistakenly called a type of color organ. Like other inventors of color organs, Fischinger hoped to make the Lumigraph a commercial product, widely available for anyone, but this did not happen. The instrument produced imagery by pressing against a rubberized screen so it could protrude into a narrow beam of ... See more »

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