(from Newspapers, Magazines & Journals)
"Concerning Cinematography...as Told to William Stull," in American Cinematographer (Los Angeles), November 1929
"Lubitsch's Analysis of Pictures Minimizes Director's
Importance," in Variety (New York),
"Hollywood Still Leads...Says Ernst Lubitsch," interview with Barney Hutchinson, in American Cinematographer (Los Angeles), March 1933
"A Tribute to Lubitsch with a Letter in Which Lubitsch Appraises His Own Career," in Films in Review (New York), August/September 1951
Letter to Herman Weinberg (10 July 1947), in Film
Culture (New York), Summer 1962
Merrick, Mollie, "Twenty-five Years of the 'Lubitsch Touch' in Hollywood," in American Cinematographer (Los Angeles), July 1947
"E. Lubitsch Dead: Film Producer, 55," in New York Times. 1 December 1947
"Ernst Lubitsch: A Symposium," in Screen Writer, January 1948
Wollenberg, H.H., "Two Masters: Ernst Lubitsch and Sergei M. Eisenstein." in Sight and Sound (London). Spring 1948
Lubitsch section of Revue du Cinema (Paris).
"The Films of Ernst Lubitsch," special issue of Film Journal (Australia). June 1959
"A Tribute to Lubitsch (1892-1947)," in Action! (Los Angeles), November/December 1967
Eisenschitz, Bernard. "Lubitsch (1892-1947)," in Anthologie du Cinema vol. 3, Paris. 1968
Lubitsch Section of Cahiers du Cinema (Paris). February 1968
Eisner, Lotte, "Lubitsch and the Costume Film," chapter 4 in The Haunted Screen, Berkeley, 1969
Weinberg, Herman. "Ernst Lubitsch: A Parallel to George Feydeau," in Film Comment (New York) Spring 1970
Sarris, Andrew, "Lubitsch in the Thirties," in Film Comment (New York), Winter 1971/72 and Summer 1972
Mast, Gerald. "The 'Lubitsch Touch' and the Lubitsch Brain," in The Comic Mind: Comedy and the Movies, Indianapolis, Indiana, 1973, revised edition. 1979
McBride, J ."The Importance of Being Ernst," in Film Heritage (New York). Summer 1973
Bogdanovich, Peter. "Lubitsch Legacy," in Esquire. October 1973, p. 164+
Schwartz, N., "Lubitsch's Widow: The Meaning of a Waltz," in Film Comment (New York), March/April 1975
Isaacs, Neil D., "Lubitsch and the Filmed-Play
Syndrome" in Literature/Film Quarterly, V3, N4, Fall 1975
Whittemore Don, and Philip Cecchettini. "Ernst Lubitsch," in Passport to Hollywood: Film Immigrants: Anthology. New York, 1976
Baxter, John, "The Continental Touch," in American Film (Washington. D C ). September 1976
Bond, Kirk, Ernst Lubitsch," in Film Culture (New York), no 63-64, 1977
Gillett, John, "Munich's Cleaned Pictures,' in Sight and Sound (London), Winter 1977/78
Truffaut. Francois. "Lubitsch Was a Prince," in American Film (Washington, D C ), May 1978
McVay, D., "Lubitsch: The American Silent Films," in Focus on Film (London). April 1979
Kaplan, E.A., "Lubitsch Reconsidered" in Quarterly Review of Film and Video, V6, N3, 1981
Macksey, R., "4 Emigre Directors - Shadows of Careers (Life and work of Lubitsch, Lang, Ophuls, and Hitchock)" in MLN-Modern Language Notes, V98, N5, 1983
Braudy, L., "The Double Detachment of Ernst Lubitsch" in MLN-Modern Language Notes, V98, N5, 1983
Davidson, David. "The Importance of Being Ernst: Lubitsch and Lady Windermere's Fan." in Literature Film Quarterly, 1983, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p 120.
Traubner, Richard, "Lubitsch Returns to Berlin," in Films in Review (New York), V35, N8, October 1984
Lubitsch Section of Cinema (Paris), April 1985
Lubitsch Sections of Positif (Paris). June and July/August 1986
Reiss, C., "An Encounter with Ernst Lubitsch." in Du-Die Zeitschrift Der Kultur, N1, P86-88, 1987.
Wo, Huie, "Style and Technology in 'Trouble in Paradise' - Evidence of a Technicians Lobby (Lubitsch)" in Journal of Film and Video V39, N2, 1987
"Ernst Lubitsch," in Film Dope (London), February 1987
Nave, B., "Aimer Lubitsch," in Jeune Cinema (Paris). May/June 1987
Hake, S., "So This Is Paris" -- A Comedy of Misreading." in Journal of Film and Video, V40, N3, 1988.
Frank, Michael. "Ernst Lubitsch: Deft Director of Ninotchka and Heaven Can Wait," in Architectural Digest April 1990 v47 n4
Cahir, Linda Constanzo. "A shared impulse: the significance of language in Oscar Wilde's and Ernst Lubitsch's 'Lady Windermere's Fan.' " in Literature-Film Quarterly Jan 1991 v19 n1
Pratt, David B. "O Lubitsch, Where Wert Thou?
Passion, the German Invasion & The Emergence of the Name 'Lubitsch'" in Wide
Angle: A Film Quarterly of Theory, Criticism, and Practice. Jan 1991 v13 n1 p34.
Sipiere, Dominique. "Quel usage Lubitsch fait-il de
L'illisibilite des sentiments?." in La Licorne (Licorne),
Rosenberg, J. "Shylock's revenge: The doubly vanished Jew in Ernst Lubitsch's 'To Be Or Not to Be'" in Prooftexts--A Journal of Jewish Literary History v.16, Issue 3, 1996.
DeMarinis, G. "Faites-vos jeux -- A photoessay of Lubitsch's 'Monte Carlo" in Cineforum v.36, Issue 3, 1996. France.
Seguin, L. "Trouble in Paradise." in Quinzaine Litteraire v.? Issue 685, Jan. 16, 1996. Paris, France.
Harms, I. "Anger in paradise, joy on earth -- Ernst Lubitsch." in Merkur-Deutsche Zeitschrift fur Europaisches Denken v.51, Issue 8, 1997. Germany.
Crowe, Cameron. "Leave 'em Laughing. (comedy film director Ernst Lubitsch)" in Newsweek Summer 1998 v131 n25A
Emerson, Jim. "Auteurs online." in Film Comment, Jan/Feb2000, Vol. 36 Issue 1, p70 * Includes a mention of this website.
Brewster, Ben. "The Circle: Lubitsch and the theatrical farce tradition." in Film History, 2001, Vol. 13 Issue 4, p 372.
Thompson, Kristin. "Lubitsch, acting and the silent romantic comedy" in Film History, 2001, Vol. 13 Issue 4, p 390.
Koehler, Robert. "Ernst Lubitsch" in Variety,
June 15, 2002 Supplement, Vol.
Scott, A.O. "What Would Ernst Lubitsch Have
Done?" in New York Times, 6/15/2003,
Gemunden, G. "Space Out of Joint: Ernst Lubitsch's To Be Or Not To Be" in New German Critique, 2003, no. 89, pp. 59-80.
Natacha, H. "Lubitsch or Lubitsch?" in Avant Scene Cinema, June 2004, #533 (Special Issue), pp.10-12.
Nacache, Jacqueline. "TO BE OR NOT TO BE, OU LE
MONOLOGUE INTERROMPU." (French) in
Boujut, M. "To Be or Not to Be: Un Film de Ernst Lubitsch" in Avant Scene Cinema, June 2004, #533 (Special Issue), pp. 3-81.
Spelling, Ian. "The star of Alien and The Village tells us about her love of Lubitsch…." in Film Review, April 2005 Issue 655, p. 46.
Austerlitz, Saul. "The Lubitsch Touch" in
MovieMaker, Summer 2005, Vol.
Davis, Ray. "Thinking of Cluny Brown" in Senses of Cinema: An Online Film Journal, Oct-Dec; 2005
Weinstein, V. "Anti-Semitism or Jewish ‘Camp’? Ernst Lubitsch's Schuhpalast Pinkus (1916) and Meyer Aus Berlin (1918)" in German Life and Letters, January 2006, Vol. 59, no. 1, pp. 101-121.
Rédei, Anna Cabak. "Rhetoric in Film: A Cultural
Semiotical Study of Greta Garbo in Ninotchka" in
Burdeau, Emmanuel. "Lubitsch, vandale!" in Cahiers du Cinéma, November 2006, Vol. 617, pp. 68-71.
Nacache, Jacqueline. "L'Eventail de Lady Windermere:
Le Fond des choses est dans leur apparence"
Bogdanovich, Peter. "The Importance of Seeing Ernst"
The New York Observer, April 8, 2008.