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Anatol Stern

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Nationality  Polish
Books  Europa
Spouse  Alicja Stern (m. ?–1968)
Role  Poet
Name  Anatol Stern

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Born  24 October 1899 (1899-10-24) Warsaw, Poland
Occupation  Screenwriter, poet, writer
Died  October 19, 1968, Warsaw, Poland
Movies  Znachor, Profesor Wilczur, Mlody Las, Wierna rzeka, Police Chief Antek
Similar People  Kazimierz Junosza‑Stepowski, Michal Waszynski, Jozef Lejtes, Witold Zacharewicz, Elzbieta Barszczewska

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Anatol Stern (24 October 1899 in Warsaw – 19 October 1968 in Warsaw) was a Polish poet, writer and art critic. Born 24 October 1899 to an assimilated family of Jewish ancestry, Stern studied at the Polish Studies Faculty of the University of Wilno but did not graduate. Prominent among Polish futurist poets, between 1921 and 1923 he co-authored (together with Jarosław Iwaszkiewicz) the "Nowa Sztuka" (New Art) monthly. He also collaborated with other notable art magazines of the time, including the Skamander, Tadeusz Peiper's Zwrotnica and Wiadomości literackie.


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With time he drifted away from avant-garde poetry and became a notable screenwriter. Prior to the outbreak of World War II, he authored more than 30 screenplays for both Polish and foreign films. After the Invasion of Poland he moved to Soviet-held Lwów, where he was arrested by the NKVD and sent to Soviet Gulag. Released after the Sikorski-Mayski Agreement, he joined the Polish Army and with it reached Palestine. There he made his living translating some of his pre-war works to Hebrew. In 1948 he returned to his home town, where he died 19 October 1968.

Selected filmography

  • Exile to Siberia (1930)
  • Róża (1936)
  • Pan Twardowski (1936)
  • Barbara Radziwiłłówna (1936)
  • Imdb filmography||


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