Rudolph Maté, A. S. C. (21 January 1898 - 27 October 1964), born Rudolf Matheh or Mayer, was an accomplished cinematographer and film director. Born in Kraków (then in Austria-Hungary, now in Poland), Maté started in the film business after his graduation from the University of Budapest. He went on to work as an assistant cameraman in Hungary and later throughout Europe, sometimes with noted colleague Karl Freund. Maté worked on several of Carl Theodor Dreyer's films including The Passion of Joan of Arc (1928) and Vampyr (1932) which led to his being hired as director of photography on a number of prominent films. Maté worked as cinematographer on Hollywood films from the mid-1930s, including Dodsworth (1936), the Laurel and Hardy feature Our Relations (1936) and Stella Dallas (1937)
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Born 1898-01-21 (123 years ago) in Krakau, Galicia, Austria-Hungary [now Kraków, Malopolskie, Poland]. Dead 1964-10-27 (66 years).
|Academy Award for Best Cinematography (Cover Girl)||17th Academy Awards||1944||Cover Girl|
|Academy Award for Best Cinematography, Black-and-White (Sahara)||16th Academy Awards||1943||Sahara|
|Academy Award for Best Cinematography, Black-and-White (The Pride of the Yankees)||15th Academy Awards||1942||The Pride of the Yankees|
|Academy Award for Best Cinematography, Black-and-White (That Hamilton Woman)||14th Academy Awards||1941||That Hamilton Woman|
|Academy Award for Best Cinematography, Black-and-White (Foreign Correspondent)||13th Academy Awards||1940||Foreign Correspondent|