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Bettina Marx

Costume design

Biography

Bettina Marx, born in Marburg an der Lahn, studied theatre studies and journalism in Berlin from 1979 to 1982. Subsequently, she worked as an assistant costume designer at Schaubühne Berlin under Peter Stein, at Hamburgische Staatsoper, and at Staatstheater Stuttgart, and collaborated with Carlos Saura, Jossi Wieler, and Robert Wilson, among others.

Since 1988, Marx works as a freelance theatre costume designer at theatres. Furthermore, she also works as a costume designer for movie production since 1995, for instance, for Dito Tsintsadze's film "Lost Killers" (2000) or for "Bin ich sexy?" (2004).

Since 2004, she is also a guest lecturer for costume design at Filmakademie Ludwigsburg. Marx won the German TV award in 2004 in the category "Best production and costume design" for the TV movie "Mein erster Freund, meine Mutter und ich". Furthermore, Marx won the German film award 2006 in the category "Best costume design" for her work in Hans-Christian Schmid's film "Requiem".

 

Filmografie

2017/2018
  • Costume design
2016/2017
  • Costume design
2015-2017
  • Costume design
2014/2015
  • Costume design
2014/2015
  • Costume design
2013/2014
  • Costume design
2013/2014
  • Costume design
2012/2013
  • Costume design
2012/2013
  • Costume design
2011/2012
  • Costume design
2010/2011
  • Costume design
2010/2011
  • Costume design
2009/2010
  • Costume design
2008/2009
  • Costume design
2008/2009
  • Costume design
2007
  • Costume design
2006/2007
  • Costume design
2005/2006
  • Costume design
2005/2006
  • Costume design
2005/2006
  • Costume design
2004-2006
  • Costume design
2003/2004
  • Costume design
2000
  • Costume design
1999/2000
  • Costume design
1993-1995
  • Costume design