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Carl zuckmayer

Carl zuckmayer, German born 27 December of 1896 playwright (Germany)-on January 18, 1977 in Visp (Switzerland), was a writer. He had a distinguished career as a film writer. During the regime nazi emigrated to the United States, where continued his career, although he returned to Europe after the Second World War.

Carl Zuchmayer was a prominent figure in the literary scene in German language, which has been the subject of multiple tributes and honors received, among others, Goethe Prize as well as several prizes, awards and distinctions, including a doctorate honoris causa by the University Bonn.

Early years

Carl Zuckmayer was born in the town of playwright, in Germany, on December 27, 1896, son of a manufacturer of capsules for bottles of wine from the city of playwright. However, since 1900 he was educated at the city of Mainz. He attended school with little enthusiasm and often had difficulties with their teachers. It was fought by the hair of a sanction when in the last year of high school a sickly teacher nearly faints his fault.

First world war

In 1914 made special high school of classics at the current teaching Media Rabanus-Maurus in Mainz, Institute for volunteer shortly after the First world war, was posted to the as a soldier on the Western Front, where he stayed for the duration of the war. Fruit of their experience on the front are her first poetry, of sign clearly pacifist aparecidas from 1917 in the magazine expressionist die aktion, edited by Franz pfemfert.

Postwar

After the end of the war and until 1920 he studied, among other things, law, history of literature and sociology at the universities of Frankfurt am Main and Heidelberg. In the year of 1920 he married Anne Marie Ganz, a friend of childhood that divorced a year later.

In 1925 he married a second time, this time with actress Viennese alice Frank, with whom he had a daughter Marie Winnetou in 1926, year in which purchased a home in Salzburg (Austria), place where the marriage is installed.

1927 He debuted with great success, der schinderhannes. In 1929 he entered the world of cinema, since he was responsible for developing a screenplay based on the novel professor unrat by heinrich mann. The script was used to shooting the film the Blue Angel in 1930, directed by josef von sternberg, with actors emil jannings and marlene dietrich. Critique considers it one of the best films of the German film and was the film that launched to stardom singer Marlene Dietrich.

His successful comedy Captain of Köpenick it premiered at the deutsches theater in Berlin in 1931. However, in 1938, following the Anschluss, he was expelled for Nazism of the nazi Germany, so he and his family immigrated to the United States, on the Switzerland.

United States

Upon arrival to the United States, he began collaborating on screenplays for Hollywood, that he bought a farm in the State of Vermont.

In 1946, finished the Second World War, he worked for the Government of the United States to act as correspondent in Germany. This year, wrote the play the Devil’s general, whose main character is based on the life of ernst udet, who was the pilot of the Wehrmacht.

In 1952 he received Prix Göethe, pursuant to its published work.

Switzerland

In 1957 he took up residence in saas fee, in the Canton of Valais, in Switzerland. On January 18, 1977 died there, in Visp and was buried in Saas Fee.

Published work (selection)

* 1925: Der fröhliche Weinberg.

* 1927: Schinderhannes.

* 1929: katharina knie,

* 1931: The Blue Angel script (Der blaue Engel), based on professor unrat by heinrich mann.

* 1931: der hauptmann von köpenick.

* 1945: Des Teufels General, drama.

* 1966: Als wär’s ein Stück von mir, autobiography.

Screenplays (selection)

* 1927: der fröhliche weinberg of Jacob fleck and luise fleck.

* 1928: Schinderhannes of curtis bernhardt.

* 1930: The Blue Angel (der blaue engel), josef von sternberg.

* 1931: der hauptmann von köpenick of Richard oswald.

* 1942: Menschen, die vorüberziehen, Max haufler.

* 1945: I Was criminal, Richard Oswald.

* 1952: der fröhliche weinberg of erich engel.

* 1954: eine liebesgeschichte of rudolf jugert.

* 1955: Des Teufels General, helmut käutner.

* 1958: der schinderhannes of Helmut Käutner.

* 1959: herbert engelmann of Hans lietzau.

* 1961: der fröhliche weinberg of hermann pfeiffer.

* 1965: Das Leben des Horace a. w. Tabor, werner düggelin.

* 1976: die fastnachtsbeichte of eberhard itzenplitz.

Awards

* 1925: Kleist prize.

* 1927: Georg-Büchner Prize.

* 1952: Goethe Prize from the city of Frankfurt am Main.

* 1957: Doctor honoris causa by the University of Bonn.

* 1960: Austria Prize for literature.

* 1967: Honorary citizen of the University of Heidelberg.

* 1967: Order Pour le Mérite arts and Sciences.

* 1972: The city of Düsseldorf Heinrich Heine prize

Gustav von Wangenheim

Gustav von Wangenheim (February 18, 1895 – 5 August 1975) was an actor, screenwriter and German director.

His name was ingo clemens Gustav Adolf freiherr von Wangenheim son of Eduard Clemens Freiherr von Wangenheim (also known as Eduard von Winterstein) and Minna Mengers in Wiesbaden. Both parents were actors.

Wangenheim entered films in 1916; among his greatest works silent is classic 1922 Nosferatu, vampires where juga actor the role of Thomas hutter and he won him great fame in the cinema in Europe. That same year he became a member of the Germany Communist Party and later formed his own theatre company called Die Gruppe .

In 1933 to persecution suffered Communist militants by Nazism, he should leave Germany Nazi and fled to the Soviet Union. In Soviet exile he continued writing and producing movies. Aftermath of the war he returned to East Germany where joined the DEFA as screenwriter and director.

Married inge von wangenheim, formerly Franke (July 1, 1912 – 6 April 1993). He died on August 5, 1975 in East Berlin.

Filmography

* 1955: Heimliche Ehen; Regie, script

* 1955 / 1956: Lieder über dem such; Address

* 1953 / 1954: Gefährliche Fracht; Address

* 1949 – Der Auftrag Höglers; Regie, script

* 1948:.. .und 48 wieder!; Regie, script

* 1935: Kämpfer (Film); Regie, script

* 1930 / 1931: Danton; Actor

* 1928 / 1929: Frau im Mond; Actor

* 1923: Schatten; Actor

* 1922 – Das Feuerschiff; Actor

* 1922 – Der Liebe Pilgerfahrt; Actor

* 1922 / 1923: Der steinerne Reiter; Actor

* 1921: Nosferatu, eine Symphonie des Grauens; Actor

* 1920: Das Haus zum Mond; Actor

* 1920: Der Tempel der Liebe; Actor

* 1920: Kohlhiesels Töchter; Actor

* 1919: Die Welteroberer; Actor

* 1919: Kitsch. Tragödie einer Intrigantin; Actor

* 1919 / 1920: Romeo und Julia im Schnee; Actor

* 1918 – ferdinand lassalle; Actor

* 1917 – Die Erzkokette; Actor

* 1916 – Das Leid der Liebe; Actor

* 1916: Homunculus. 3 Teil: Die Liebestragödie des Homunculus; Actor

* 1916: Passionels Tagebuch; Actor

Paul Verhoeven

Paul Verhoeven ( June 23, 1901, Unna, Westphalia – 22 March 1975, Munich, Germany) was an actor, screenwriter and film director and German Theatre. He is the founder of dynasty actors Verhoeven.

Trajectory

He acted, directed and wrote the script for more than 50 movies, the first Das kleine Hofkonzert in 1935.

During the Nazism comedies he filmed and was not bothered by the authorities.

From 1945 to 1948 was artistic director of the set of the Residence theater in Munich.

Verhoeven was married to actress doris kiesow, had three children: Lis verhoeven, actress and wife of Mario adorf (both parents of stella adorf); Michael verhoeven, director married actress senta berger, whose sons Luca and simon verhoeven are also dedicated to cinema; and Monika Verhoeven.

His relationship with actress Edith schultze-westrum had his son Thomas Schultze-Westrum, animal documentary filmmaker.

Verhoeven died on stage in 1975 while he recited the Elegy for the legendary actress therese giehse in Munich.

It is not related to the Dutch director of the same name born in 1938.

Selected filmography

* 1936 – der kaiser von kalifornien (actor)

* 1936 – Das Hofkonzert

* 1949 Du bist nicht allein (director)

* 1950 – Das kalte Herz (director)

* 1951 – Heidelberger romance (director)

* 1952 – Das any passieren kann (director)

* 1953 Vergiß die Liebe nicht (director)

* 1954 Hoheit lassen bitten (director, actor, screenplay)

* 1954 – eine frau von heute (director, actor)

* 1954 – What Walzer

* 1956 Die Brücke goldene (director)

* 1959 – Der first (director)

* 1961 Ihr schönster Tag (director)

* 1967 – Paarungen (actor; director: Michael Verhoeven)

* 1968 Ein Mann namens Harry Brent

* 1973 – Oh, oh, Jonathan – Jonathan

Paul Verhoeven

Paul Verhoeven (* June 23, 1901, Unna, Westphalia – 22 March 1975, Munich, Germany) was an actor, screenwriter and film director and German Theatre. He is the founder of dynasty actors Verhoeven.

Trajectory

He acted, directed and wrote the script for more than 50 movies, the first Das kleine Hofkonzert in 1935.

During the Nazism comedies he filmed and was not bothered by the authorities.

From 1945 to 1948 was artistic director of the set of the Residence theater in Munich.

Verhoeven was married to actress doris kiesow, had three children: Lis verhoeven, actress and wife of Mario adorf (both parents of stella adorf); Michael verhoeven, director married actress senta berger, whose sons Luca and simon verhoeven are also dedicated to cinema; and Monika Verhoeven.

His relationship with actress Edith schultze-westrum had his son Thomas Schultze-Westrum, animal documentary filmmaker.

Verhoeven died on stage in 1975 while he recited the Elegy for the legendary actress therese giehse in Munich.

It is not related to the Dutch director of the same name born in 1938.

Selected filmography

* 1936 – der kaiser von kalifornien (actor)

* 1936 – Das Hofkonzert

* 1949 Du bist nicht allein (director)

* 1950 – Das kalte Herz (director)

* 1951 – Heidelberger romance (director)

* 1952 – Das any passieren kann (director)

* 1953 Vergiß die Liebe nicht (director)

* 1954 Hoheit lassen bitten (director, actor, screenplay)

* 1954 – eine frau von heute (director, actor)

* 1954 – What Walzer

* 1956 Die Brücke goldene (director)

* 1959 – Der first (director)

* 1961 Ihr schönster Tag (director)

* 1967 – Paarungen (actor; director: Michael Verhoeven)

* 1968 Ein Mann namens Harry Brent

* 1973 – Oh, oh, Jonathan – Jonathan

Vampirella

Vampirella is the name used by the journalist, writer, screenwriter and film director Paloma Aznar to sign some of his works. He began using the name of the famous comic strip character, at the end of the 1980s, in the pages of the Spanish newspaper The independent.

Paloma Aznar was born in Wiesbaden (Germany). He moved to Madrid (Spain) with his family as a child. It is known above all for his work in press (newspaper El Independiente, ABC, El Mundo, Diario 16 or El País and, as a collaborator, in more than twenty publications), TV (programs 1 TVE, La 2, Tele 5, Antena 3, MTV, Canal Sur, TeleMadrid, Canal nou, ETB and channel +) and radio. He has written several books and directed documentaries and fiction films. It has also worked in education, sex education (member of the sexological society SEXPOL) and the Organization of various cultural events. He has received film, literary and journalistic awards.

Tom Tykwer

Tom Tykwer (Wuppertal, 23 May 1965) is a composer, German film director and screenwriter.

Biography

Directed by Tom Tykwer. Producer, screenwriter, director and composer.

Tom Tykwer was born in Wuppertal (Germany) in the year 1965. Peter Pan was probably the first movie you saw and said fantasy youth create a magic world parallel was an inspiration that day. Dreamy and infant sense in Peter Pan fascinated as vittorio de sica miracle in Milan.

Another important cinematic experience was watching King Kong (Tom Tykwer, aged nine, discovers that cinema is artificial, made by men). This film particularly marked the beginning of their affection for the genre of horror. Tykwer appoints James whales Frankenstein’s bride and Halloween john carpenter as some of these early findings.

At this point in adolescence, begins to shine his film unbridled passion. To get better access to the films you threw a hand in independent film, which enabled him to leapfrog age restrictions.

Tykwer began making films in Super 8 at the age of eleven, a purely fanatical exercise essentially designed to mimic your favorite movies. As he himself admits, bored friends sufridores. However, he continued to work on similar projects during its passage by school.

He was even more impressed on a visit to Berlin, the apparent cinema paradise. Every night, dozens of classic films were literally offered.

After graduating from high school and send numerous requests without success in virtually all European film schools, he moved to Berlin and worked as projectionist. In 1987 was convirtá in the programmer of the ambitious film movement and parsing scripts for the Department of history and interviewed many of his movie idols for television files.

The desire to make their own films did not form until she met filmmaker Rosa von praunheim, who vigorously purged their fixations in the genre, pushing him to create stories that emerged from their personal experiences. For example, he suggested Tykwer record discussions with his current girlfriend and – in a way exaggerated – transform them into a short film. Because (1990) was screened at the hof film Festival to Tykwer, who was at that time a genuine Mecca of film culture. Because he was received by the audience with laughter and compassionate identification, a totally unexpected reaction that marked the young director.

To communicate intense personal truths, but both challenge the formal experimentation – which was how you imagined that I could make progress – born another short film, Epilog (1992), that Tykwer sank into financial debt, but allowed him and his colleague Frank made (camera) to gain experience.

But let’s return to the hof film Festival in 1990, why Tykwer met there stefan arndt, who also wore a cinema in Berlin. Your idea of doing something in tandem finally paid off when producers in German TV ZDF, kleines fernsehspiel Tykwer gave the opportunity of filming his script deadly maria (Maria Mortalmente), his first feature film. Her influences from horror movies in their youth are very obvious, but in the end becomes a melodrama. History (extravagant and unusual) and its visual form (dynamic), shook the industry in a very unusual way to be a drama, earning a modest theatrical release. But the success was resounding. More than 100 festivals screened the film and even movie theaters in some countries such as Spain, Switzerland, Norway, the Netherlands and Brazil. The reaction of the Viewer to the first German television film was unmoved (turbadora and emotional), confirming the impact of deadly maria had in the festivles.

Together with stefan arndt, wolfgang becker and dani levy, Tykwer founded production company X Filme creative pool in 1994. The idea was to create a collective of filmmakers with maximum creative control over their productions, guaranteeing that if certain amount of structure and financial security. With Wolfgang Becker, Tykwer wrote the script of Life is All You Get (Life works), while working on his second film winter sleepers (1996/97). This time clearly greater and much more complex than deadly maria. Filming in the Berchtesgaden mountains was the first major challenge for Tykwer and his new company. The hypnotic film qualities typical of the director, drew the attention of the youth audience. He also became a memorable piece at festivals.

All the time that it would not so well in X film, was the financial side. A new project should be developed. Tykwer reviewed an idea which fascinated Because: the relation between coincidence and fate. A small change in the development of a day can have huge consequences, even mark the difference between life and death. The result was run Lola run (Run Lola run), the most successful film in the 1998. The image of a powerful Franka redhead running the streets of Berlin caught to global audiences. He won the Venice Film Festival, which gave him a reputation around the world, winning numerous awards. It grossed more than seven million dollars in the United States, and even more significant, Tykwer was acclaimed actors and directors in Hollywood, becoming a respected author with which to work someday.

To Tykwer that relatively unnoticed step success. At that time he was preparing his next project with powerful Franka, who had become his girlfriend. There was no famous names in The Princess and the Warrior the Princess and the Warrior, not to mention the hometown of the director (Wuppertal) localization was not very spectacular. There, the director was in his element, finally able to discuss the issue you had always intrigued (no financial problems): the instinctive love power for the external challenges and emotional pain.

Just found the X Verleih distribution company, he handed the film to the cinema, allowing Tykwer and his colleagues have the absolute control of the distribution. The film was screened at the Venice Film Festival and more than 30 countries. In 2001 he won a silver Lola, the German Prize for best film. Tykwer says that the Princess and the Warrior was her most successful film to date (EPIC and intimate, personal and universal).

Tykwer almost immediately immersed in a new project. The American firm Miramax Films received awards at the Oscars, specialists suggested a script by Krysztof Kieslowski, Heaven (in heaven), to be filmed in English with English-speaking actors. Tykwer saw his subjects preferred as the guilt and forgiveness in the indent from the Polish, in particular the idea that two lovers are able to save each other and thus being one. Interpreters them were Cate Blanchett and Giovanni Ribisi and it was shot in Turin and Tuscany. Heaven opened the International Berlin film festival in February 2002, and was its most radical film so far. Premiered in practically all countries of the world and also won a silver Lola.

However, at that time, Tykwer was showing some creative exhaustion, exacerbated by a personal crisis. Saw himself at the end of a creative period, and was confused, not know how to proceed.

He received a French company offering to make a film of ten minutes for a choral project called Paris, je t “aime. The film had to be done in one of the 20 districts of Paris, and had to be a love story. Even so, Tykwer wanted to make a film about the end of a relationship (an autobiographical theme at that point in his life). In August 2002, without hardly pre – produce (for lack of time), made True with Natalie Portman and Melchior Beslon (Otto in his film the Princess and the Warrior), a small, team quickly filming in the streets and cafes of Paris. A love story is told as a flash-back with an intense burst of images that Tykwer found personally liberators.

TRUE premiered at the Berlin film festival in 2004 in the competition of short films. With this small film Tykwer reached the utopian outcome that had always expected to see in film. Perhaps that is why gave a happy ending…

He was then ready to embark on the biggest career challenge: filming Patrick Süskind Bestseller Perfume: Story of to Murderer (El Perfume: story of a murderer), along with a new partner, veteran producer Bernd Eichinger.

Tykwer found in El Perfume the story of a character with a deep inner conflict you are trying to seek the recognition at all costs. That motivated you to do this project, since he felt certain parallels with his personal crisis.

With a long pre-production, marked especially by the endless search for actor performed its protagonist, Jean Baptiste Grenouille (which eventually proved to be the young Ben Whishaw), The Perfume was shot in Germany, France and Spain in 2005, in co-production with these three countries. Premiered in 2006 in Europe and the United States.

His last film, “the international” was released in 2009; It stars clive Owen and Naomi Watts.

Music

Tom Tykwer began piano at the age of eight lessons.

Then once conceived his passion for movies, began to appreciate the filmmakers cooperated with composers to create a credible language to music, as well as directors that compose the music of his works.

His first soundtrack appeared rather financial implications. It did not have money to pay for a composer, so he did the work. These early experiences writing allowed him to discover the composition process starts really with the writing of the script, that next to the search for the language of the film, you can find harmony and melodic tone. Alongside his colleagues Reinold Heil and John Klimek, Tom Tykwer has composed the soundtrack for all of his films under the name of Pale 3.

Initially motivated to join forces and create their soundtracks music which consists Pale 3 is not only music for movies. In cooperation with Xaver Naudasher, the alien films creative process is sometimes a kind of liberation.

EL PERFUME, Pale 3 had the opportunity to compose a soundtrack album to be recorded with a large Orchestra, and after a first recording not convinced, Sir simmon rattle was hired to conduct the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra.

Filmography

As director

* The International – money in the shade (2009)

* Perfume – the story of a murderer (Perfume: The Story of Murderer to) (2006)

* Paris, je t’aime (2006) (segment “faubourg Saint-Denis”)

* True (2004)

* In the sky (Heaven) (2002)

* The Princess and the Warrior (Der Krieger und die Kaiserin) (2000)

* Run Lola, run (Lola rennt) (1998)

* Winter dream (Winterschläfer) (1997)

* Die Tödliche Maria (1993)

* Epilog (1992 / I)

* Because (1990)

As a composer

* Perfume – the story of a murderer (Perfume: The Story of Murderer to) (2006)

* Paris, je t’aime (2006) (segment “faubourg Saint-Denis”)

* ICH Dich auch (2005)

* True (2004)

* Head Over Heels (2001) (item “Running one” Corre Lola runs)

* The Princess and the Warrior (Der Krieger und die Kaiserin) (2000) (such as Tykwer)

* Run Lola, run (Lola rennt) (1998)

* Winter dream (Winterschläfer) (1997)

* Die Tödliche Maria (1993)

* Epilog (1992 / I)

* Because (1990)

Richard talmadge

Richard talmadge, stage name of sylvester Alphonse metz (3 December 1892, Camburg, Thuringia, Germany – 25 January 1981, Carmel, California, USA) was a German actor, film director, film producer and screenwriter. Her first marriage was in 1917, to Madeleine Francis Allen. His second marriage was in 1961 July 13 with Suzanne Avery, lasted until his death in 1981 January 25. He died of cancer.

Herbert Selpin

Herbert Selpin (29 May 1902 (1904), August 1, 1942) was a German writer and film director.

Biography

Herbert Selpin born 29 May 1902 (or 1904) in Berlin. After his studies of medicine in the same city, Selpin worked as a dancer, Boxer, librarian, seller of art, among other things. Selpin was subsequently employed by the Fox Film Corporation, where he held several positions, including, in 1927, European subsidiary of Assistant director, in the case of Walter Ruttmann.

After various positions such as editor, Selpin received his first opportunity as director of Adapter Antoinette, published in 1931 by Excelsior Films. In the next two years, would have conflicts with the National Socialist by his sympathy for the British. In 1933 began making propaganda films for the studies of Ufa, who was then under the control of nazi propaganda Ministry. Of propaganda films which were not well received (Schwarzhemden in 1933, Reiter Die von Deutsch-Ostafrika in 1934, and “alarm in Beijing in 1937), Selpin would have his first success in 1941 with ‘” Carl Peters, anti-británica film. ” This was followed by another German propaganda film.

But their problems arose when he made the film Titanic in 1943. It would be imprisoned during the shooting of the film negative statements about the Wehrmacht. According to the authorities on August 1, 1942 was found dead in his cell. It was never clear whether it was suicide or murder. The film was completed under the direction of Robert Klinger.

Filmography

* Die Abenteuer eines Zehnmarkscheines (1926) – Assistant Director

* Ariane (1930/31) – editor

* So lang’ noch ein Walzer von Strauß erklingt (1931) – editor

* Opernredoute (1931) – editor

* Eine Nacht im Grandhotel (1931) – editor

* Die Sache August Schulze (1931) – editor

* Der ungetreue Eckehart (1931) – editor

* Adapter Antoinette (1931) – director

* Der Läufer von Marathon (1932-1933) – editor, Assistant Director

* Camicia Nera/Schwarzhemden (1933 documentary) – director of the German version

* Zwischen zwei Herzen (1933–1934) – director

* Mädels von heute (1933) – director

* Kleiner Mann – was nun? (1933) – editor, screenplay, director’s assistant

* Der Traum vom Rhein (1933) – director

* Die Reiter von Deutsch-Ostafrika (1934) – director

* Der Springer von Pontresina (1934) – director

* Domino Le vert (1935) – director

* Ein idealer Gatte (1935) – director

* Der grüne Domino (1935) – director

* Spiel an Bord (1936) – director, screenplay

* Romance (1936) – director

* Die Frau des Andern (1936) – director

* Die rotate Mütze (1937) – director

* Alarm in Peking (1937) – director, screenplay

* Wasser für Canitoga (1938-1939) – director

* Sergeant Berry (1938) – director

* ICH liebe Dich (1938) – director, screenplay

* Ein Mann auf Abwegen (1939-1940) – director

* Trenck, der Pandur (1940) – director

* Carl Peters (Film) (1940-1941) – director, screenplay

* Geheimakte WB 1 (1941-1942) – director, screenplay

* Titanic – director, screenplay

Tilman Valentin “Til” Schweiger

Tilman Valentin “Til” Schweiger (Freiburg, December 19, 1963) is an actor, director, screenwriter and producer. Til Schweiger has addressed many of the most successful Germany films of the 1990s  and is considered one of the few German film stars today

Biography

Til Schweiger grew in Gießen and Heuchelheim where he finished Gymnasium (Institute). After the Abitur (secondary school final examination) chose studies of teacher training; However soon after left school and started the race of medicine, which also left.

Schweiger began in 1986 studying acting in the performance school theatre Cologne Der Keller and finally finished studies in 1989. In the same year was hired by the theater Bonn Against-Kreis.

His first job out of the stage was in the role of “Joe Zenker”, a character in the successful television Lindenstraße. His first film role as protagonist was Manta-Manta, where she played “Bertie”, an automotive brand Opel amateur film. First prize a year later received it for playing a boxer in Ebbies Bluff. However, it was Der bewegte Mann that launched him to fame.

Schweiger founded together with Thomas Zickler and André Hennicke in 1996 producer Mr. Brown Entertainment, which produced his first film producer: Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door. This served as a school for Barfuss, which he directed, produced and acted by a Bambi which won in 2005.

Keinohrhasen film was released in 2007. Schweiger not only directed, but also produced, wrote the screenplay and the main character. In this film acted along with their four children: Valentin Florian, Luna Marie, Lilli Camille and Emma Tiger for the first time.

Til Schweiger is case in 1995 with the model American Dana Carlson and is the mother of his children, are now separated.

Filmography

* 1990-1992: Lindenstraße (TV series)

* 1991: Manta, Manta

* 1993: Ebbies Bluff (Ebbie lantern)

* 1994: Der bewegte Mann (agitated man)

* 1995: Polizeiruf 110 (TV series)

* 1995: Bunte sinks (dogs of colors)

* 1994-1996: Die Kommissarin (TV series)

* 1996: Männerpension (men pension)

* 1996: Das Superweib (Super girl)

* 1996: Adrenalin (Adrenalina)

* 1996: Das Mädchen Rosemarie (La señorita Rosemarie)

* 1996: Die Halbstarken (the medium strong)

* 1997: Bastard (bastard)

* 1997: Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door

* 1997: Disney’s Hercules (German synchronized vocals)

* 1998: SLC punk!

* 1998: Die Ersatzkiller (of replacement assassins)

* 1998: Der Eisbär (polar bear)

* 1998: Judas Kiss (Kiss of Judas)

* 1999: Bang Boom Bang – Ein Ding todsicheres (Bang Boom Bang – A sure death thing)

* 1999: Der große Bagarozy (the great Bagarozy)

* 2000: Jetzt oder nie – Zeit ist Geld (now or never – time is money)

* 2001: Driven

* 2001: Was tun, wenn’s brennt? (What do fire?)

* 2001: Auf Herz und Nieren (from heart and kidneys)

* 2001: Investigating Sex

* 2002: Joe & Max

* 2003: Lara Croft Tomb Raider: the cradle of life

* 2004: U-boat: in feindlicher Hand (submarine: hands enemy)

* 2004: (T) Raumschiff Surprise – stand 1

* 2004: Agnes und seine Brüder (Agnes and his brothers)

* 2004: King Arthur

* 2004: Dalton

* 2005: Barfuss (A barefoot walk)

* 2005: Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo

* 2005: No Snow

* 2006: Wo ist Fred? (Where is Fred?)

* 2006: One Way

* 2006: Bye Bye Harry

* 2006: Oh, wie schön ist Panama (Narrator)

* 2007: Der Bodyguard – Für das Leben des Feindes (El_guardaespaldas_–_Por_la_vida_deel_enemigo)

* 2007: Kings video

* 2007: Pastewka (TV series)

* 2007: Rache – Vergeltung hat ihren Preis (revenge – revenge has its price)

* 2007: Keinohrhasen (hares-without-ears)

* 2008: Der Rote Baron (Red Baron)

* 2008: Far Cry

* 2008: 1 1/2 Ritter – Auf der Suche nach der hinreißenden Herzelinde (1 1/2 Knights – looking for irresistible Herzelinde)

* 2009: Phantomschmerz (phantom pain)

* 2009: Inglorious Bastards

* 2009: Zweiohrküken (chicks-of-two-ears)

[Edit] Awards

* 1993: Prize Max-Ophü by Ebbies Bluff

* 1994: Bambi by Der bewegte Mann

* 1995: Bambi by Männerpension

* 1996: DIVA-Award

* 1996: The Warsaw International Film Festival (best actor) by Bastard award

* 1997: Prize of the Moscow International Film Festival (best actor) by Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door

* 1998: Jupiter by Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door

* 1998: Bravo Otto

* 1998: Goldene Kamera

* 2003: Hessischer Kulturpreis

* 2005: Bambi by Barfuss

* 2008: Prize Ernst Lubitsch by Keinohrhasen

* 2008: Jupiter by Wo ist Fred

* 2008: Ehren-Bravo Otto

* 2008: Video Champion (Artist Award)

* 2008: Bambi by Keinohrhasen

* 2008: Deutscher Comedypreis by Keinohrhasen

Alfred Neumann

Alfred Neumann (Lautenburg, Germany 1895 – October 15, Lugano, Switzerland, 3 October 1952), novelist and screenwriter.

During his time at Germany wrote a trilogy and the Patriot (1925), about Russia Paul I, the devil (1926), on Louis XI, about Napoleon III.

As a Jew, Neumann had to emigrate to United States during the dictatorship nazi.

There was known primarily for his contributions in films such as Conflict, None Shall Escape and The Return of Monte Cristo.

Bibliography

As a writer

* Patriot (1925) (1925)

* The devil (1926)

As a screenwriter

* The Patriot (1928) (1928), Ernst Lubitsch.

* Le patriote Maurice Tourneur (1935).

* La Tragédie Impériale Marcel L’ L’herbier (1939).

* None Shall Escape André De Toth (1944).

* Conflict Curtis Bernhardt (1945).

* The Return of Monte Cristo Henry Levin (1946).

* Matto regiert Leopold Lindtberg (1947).