As a producer, Regina Ziegler has overseen an almost uncountable number of films and garnered as many national and international awards. Just as exceptional is her versatility: She mentored the fledgling filmmakers of New German Cinema, produced offbeat works like "Chapeau Claque" ("Top Hat"), ambitious genre films like "Kamikaze 1989" and "Solo für "Klarinette" ("Solo For Clarinet"), but also didn't shy away from mainstream cinema. In the last four years alone, her highly diverse production rooster included the comedy "Frisch gepresst" ("Freshly Squeezed"), the period drama "Henri 4" ("Henry of Navarre"), the acclaimed TV series "Weißensee" and the artist portrait "Abschied von den Fröschen". And her passion for film goes beyond her legacy as a producer: Since 2011, she and her daughter Tanja are the proprietors of the Berlin arthouse cinema Filmkunst 66. On March 8, Regina Ziegler celebrates her 70th birthday – congratulations!