| Gottfried Kolditz|
| Leipzig University|
| 14 December 1922 (1922-12-14) Altenbach, Germany|
June 15, 1982, Dubrovnik, Croatia
Apachen, Ulzana, In the Dust of the Stars, Trail of the Falcon, Snow White
Gojko Mitic, Mathilde Danegger, Fred Delmare, Colea Rautu, Hannjo Hasse
Gottfried Kolditz Wikipedia
Gottfried Kolditz (14 December 1922 – 15 June 1982) was a German movie actor and director.
Kolditz was born in Altenbach, Germany to a farm family. Between 1945 and 1949 he studied German philology at the University of Leipzig, and took a course of direction and acting in 1947–1949 at the Leipzig Higher School of Music and Drama. In the early 1950s he worked as an actor and director at various theaters in East Germany.
After 1955 he worked at DEFA, the East German film studio, in a wide range of genres: fairy tales ("Ms. Blizzard," from the story of the same name by the Brothers Grimm), adventure films, musicals, and science fiction ("Signals" and "B dust of stars" on themes similar to 2001: A Space Odyssey). He wrote scripts both for himself and for other directors. He was widely acclaimed for his Red Westerns with actor Gojko Mitić: "Next Falcon", "Apache" and "Ulzana."
He died in 1982 in Dubrovnik, Croatia while preparing the shooting of a new film from his script, "Chief White Feather," which was later completed by another director.Tanz in der Galerie, 1957
Der junge Engländer, 1958
Weißes Blut, 1959
Die schöne Lurette, 1960
Die goldene Jurte, 1961
Schneewittchen und die sieben Zwerge, 1961
Revue um Mitternacht, 1962
Frau Holle, 1963
Geliebte weiße Maus, 1964
Das Tal der sieben Monde, 1966
Spur des Falken, 1968
Signale – Ein Weltraumabenteuer, 1970
Im Staub der Sterne, 1976
Das Ding im Schloß, 1979
His son, Stefan Kolditz (born 1956), is a novelist and playwright.