Herman G. Weinberg 1926-1983
Autumn Fire (1931)
Late author, critic and CCNY film professor Herman G. Weinberg said he shot this nowlegendary, avant-garde mood-piece as a marriage proposal to Erna Bergman, its star. Its love story is paralleled by the changing of the seasons.

"American counterpart to the work of Dimitri Kirsanoff" - Henri Langlois.

"An early American experimental film, one of the first that still glows with its original fire." - Hans Richter.

Written, produced and directed by Herman G. Weinberg.
Music by Lee Erwin.
Starring Erna Bergman, Willy Hildebrand.
23 minutes.
B&W
Silent with Music Track.
16mm.