Cast, Director, Assistant director, Screenplay
Hechingen Berlin (Ost)

Biography

Konrad Wolf was born in Hechingen in 1925 and died in Berlin in 1982. In 1933, his family emigrated to the Soviet Union. At the age of 18, he joined the Red Army and came to Germany as a lieutenant in 1945. He studied Directing at the Moscow Film School in 1949 and worked as an assistant director to Kurt Maetzig at the DEFA Studios in 1953. His first feature film was "Einmal ist keinmal" (1955). From 1965, Wolf was president of the East German Academy of Arts. His major films include: "Genesung" (1956), "Lissy" (1957), "Sun Seekers" ("Sonnensucher", 1958), "Stars" ("Sterne", 1959), "The Divided Heaven" ("Der geteilte Himmel", 1964), "I Was Nineteen" ("Ich war 19", 1967), "The Naked Man in the Stadium" ("Der nackte Mann auf dem Sportplatz", 1974), and "Mama, I"m Alive" ("Mama, ich lebe", 1977).

Source: German Films Service & Marketing GmbH

 

FILMOGRAFIE

1981/1982
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1981/1982
  • Creative supervisor
  • Screenplay
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1981/1982
  • Creative supervisor
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1981/1982
  • Creative supervisor
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1981/1982
  • Creative supervisor
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1981/1982
  • Creative supervisor
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1978-1980
  • Director
  • Screenplay
1977/1978
  • Cast
1977
  • Cast
1976/1977
  • Director
  • Screenplay
1973/1974
  • Director
  • Screenplay
1970/1971
  • Director
  • Screenplay
1968/1969
  • Participation
1967/1968
  • Director
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1966/1972
  • Director
1963/1964
  • Director
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1960/1961
  • Director
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1959/1960
  • Director
1958/1959
  • Director
1957/1958
  • Director
1957
  • Participation
1956/1957
  • Director
  • Screenplay
1955/1956
  • Director
1954/1955
  • Assistant director
1954/1955
  • Director
1951/1952
  • Assistant director