Heinz Schulz-Neudamm was a German graphic designer and illustrator. He worked until the forties in Berlin designing advertisments for various films such as Lost Diary (1929) and Inherited or shoots (1929). Mostly, he worked for German missions American rental companies, including the German Fox (later the 20th Century Fox), the German Universal Film AG, the Parufamet and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
Schulz-Neudamm was responsible for the design of Parufamet-press kits and Paramount journal. In addition, he also designed illustrations, including portrait sketches for the magazine Filmillustrierte. Since the early 1950s he lived in Schulz-Neudamm, Wiesbaden, where he continued work for the film industry, including the United Artists.
The original drawing of the poster for the classic film Metropolis was sold in November 2005 in London for the record price of 398,000 pounds sterling.