Arne Feldhusen was born in Rendsburg in 1971. During the 1990s, he garnered professional experiences workings as an editor and assistant director for commercials and feature film productions, including Sönke Wortmann's "Der Campus" ("Campus", 1998) and "St. Pauli Nacht" (1999). He made his directorial debut with the 1999 documentary "Strassenkinder in Deutschland". After helming several episodes of the TV comedy show "Ladykracher" (2002), he directed the made-for-TV film "Beach Boys – Rette sich wer kann".
Feldhausen continued to work for several TV shows, most notably "Stromberg", for which he directed all episodes between 2004 and 2012. He also helmed episodes of "Zwei Engel für Armor" (2006), "Mord mit Aussicht" (2008) and "Der kleine Mann" (2009). From 2011 on, he served as director for all episodes of the series "Der Tatortreiniger", which he also created and for which he – along with writer Mizzi Meyer and lead actor Bjarne Mädel – won the Grimme Award in 2012 and 2013. Feldhausen next directed a feature film based on "Stromberg", which was theatrically released in 2014. The film won the Audience Award at the Bayerischer Filmpreis.
Subsequently, Feldhusen directed the TV production "Vorsicht vor Leuten" (2015), a mixture of a social satire and a conman comedy. The film was awarded the German Comedy Prize as Best TV comedy. Feldhusen's next film, the road movie "Magical Mystery", premiered at the Munich International Film Festival in 2017 and had its theatrical release the same year.
In addition to his work in film and television, Feldhausen also shoots music videos and commercials and has been a lecturer at the Hamburg Media School since 2006.
- Music consultant
- Assistant director