Director, Assistant director, Screenplay
Berlin (Ost)

Biography

Andreas Kleinert, born 1962 in Berlin, worked as an art director assistant at DEFA studios and studied directing at Hochschule für Film und Fernsehen "Konrad Wolf" in Potsdam-Babelsberg. Since 1989, he works as a free-lance author and director. Kleinert"s feature film debut "Leb" wohl, Joseph" was selected for the programme of the 1990 Locarno Film Festival. In 1998, Kleinert caused a stir with his drama "Wege in die Nacht" ("Paths In The Night") about an unemployed manufacturer who wants to impose "law and order" in Berlin on his own account. The film won the Grimme award among others.

During the following years, Kleinert mainly worked for TV productions: He directed the mini-series "Die Klemperer Tagebücher" (1999), TV movies such as "Kelly Bastian –Geschichte einer Hoffnung" (2001), and several episodes of the crime series "Schimanski" and "Polizeiruf: 110". His "Polizeiruf: 110" episode "Kleine Frau" won a Grimme award in 2006. In 2003, Kleinert"s highly praised TV drama "Mein Vater" ("Mein Vater", 2003), starring Götz George and Ulrike Krumbiegel, won the Grimme viewer"s choice award. In 2008, Kleinert returned to the big screen and directed the ambitious mystery drama "Freischwimmer" ("Head Under Water").

 

FILMOGRAFIE

2020
  • Director
2019/2020
  • Director
2018/2019
  • Director
2017/2018
  • Director
2016-2018
  • Director
2016
  • Director
2015
  • Director
2014/2015
  • Director
2013/2014
  • Director
  • Screenplay
2011/2012
  • Director
2011
  • Director
2009/2010
  • Director
  • Screenplay
2008/2009
  • Director
2008/2009
  • Director
2007/2008
  • Director
2007/2008
  • Director
2006/2007
  • Director
2005/2006
  • Director
  • Screenplay
2003/2004
  • Director
2002
  • Director
2000/2001
  • Director
2000
  • Director
1998/1999
  • Director
1996/1997
  • Director
  • Co-author
1995-1997
  • Director
  • Screenplay
1994/1995
  • Director
  • Screenplay
1992
  • Director
  • Screenplay
1990/1991
  • Assistant director
1989
  • Director
  • Screenplay
1988
  • Director
1987
  • Director
1986
  • Director
1986
  • Director
1986
  • Director
1985
  • Director
1985
  • Director
1984
  • Assistant director