Director, Screenplay, Editing
Wien, Österreich

Biography

Born in Vienna, Austria, in 1964, he began working in film as a cable basher, assistant editor and editor on projects including Michael Haneke's "The Castle" and "Funny Games". He made his name in 1998 with the film adaptation of the children’s story "Die 3 Posträuber". In 2006 his horror-thriller "Dead in 3 Days" became Austria’s most successful cinema film and in 2010 he repeated this success with "The Unintentional kidnapping of Mrs. Elfriede Ott". His TV film "The Miracle of Carinthia" won a 'Blue Panther' Bavarian TV Award for best director and was nominated for the Grimme Award.

Source: 64. Internationale Filmfestspiele Berlin (Catalogue)

 



FILMOGRAFIE

2017/2018
  • Director
2016/2017
  • Director
2014/2015
  • Director
2013/2014
  • Director
  • Screenplay
2012
  • Director
2012
  • Director
2010
  • Director
2005/2006
  • Director
2000/2001
  • Director
1999/2000
  • Editing
1998
  • Director
  • Screenplay
1997/1998
  • Editing
1997
  • Editing
1996/1997
  • Editing
1992
  • Assistant editor