Gruber

Gruber is a surname of German from Bavaria, referring to a person from a pit, mine or depression. It is the most common surname in Austria (see List of most common surnames).


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Steff Gruber - Works
... Steff Gruber started work on his first long film, the docudrama Moon in Taurus, in Georgia in 1976 ... Gruber's second film, Fetish Dreams, was also created in the USA ... In his second long film Gruber also embarked on new paths in a technical sense ...
Gruber - Other Uses
... Camp Gruber, Oklahoma Army National Guard facility, named for Edmund L ... Gruber the Treaty of Gruber-De Gasperi, named after the Italian (Alcide De Gasperi) and Austrian Minister of Foreign Affairs (Karl Gruber) ...
Steff Gruber - Life
... Steff Gruber is the son of the painter Hannes Gruber and Annemarie Gruber-Vogelsanger ... after his time at the Juventus Gymnasium in Zurich, from 1972 on Gruber attended film lectures and courses given by Dr Martin Schlappner, Viktor Sidler, Georg Radanowicz and Sebastian C ... In 1976 he transferred to the University of Georgia, where Gruber made the acquaintance of the painter and film director James Herbert ...
Publications of Steff Gruber
... Gruber, Steff, ed ... ISBN 978-3-9523784-0-3 Gruber, Steff, Location Africa Gespr├Ąche mit Werner Herzog von Steff Gruber, in Edition Stemmle, ed ...
Samuel Gruber
... Samuel Gruber is the name of Samuel H ... Gruber, shark biologist and founder of the American Elasmobranch Society Samuel D ... Gruber, American art and architectural historian ...