First Love (1970 film)

First Love

Film poster
Directed by Maximilian Schell
Produced by Barry Levinson
Maximilian Schell
Written by Screenplay:
Maximilian Schell
Ivan Turgenev
Starring Maximilian Schell
Dominique Sanda
John Moulder-Brown
Music by Mark London
Cinematography Sven Nykvist
Edited by Dagmar Hirtz
Release dates
  • 23 April 1971 (1971-04-23)
Country Switzerland
West Germany
Language German

First Love (German: Erste Liebe) is a 1970 film, written, directed, and starred in by Austrian director Maximilian Schell. It is an adaptation of Ivan Turgenev's homonymous novella starring Schell, Dominique Sanda, and John Moulder-Brown.


For plot details, see First Love the novella by Ivan Turgenev.



1971 Nominated for Best Foreign Language Film (Switzerland)[1]
1971 Won the "Film Award in Gold" for "Outstanding Feature Film"
1970 Maximilian Schell Won the "Silver Seashell" award

See also


  1. "The 43rd Academy Awards (1971) Nominees and Winners". Retrieved 2011-11-26.

External links

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