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Andreas Kleinert

Was born in 1962 in Berlin. He worked as a props assistant and intern at the DEFA feature film studios and was an assistant director to filmmakers like Rainer Simon and Hermann Zschoche. He studied Directing at the Konrad Wolf University of Film & Television in Babelsberg from 1984-1989 and graduated with Farewell, Joseph (1989), which was nominated for a Student Oscar.

A selection of his other award-winning films includes: Lost Landscape (1992), Outside Time (1995), In the Name of Innocence (1997), Paths in the Night (1999), Ich möchte Zeugnis ablegen bis zum Letzten (TV, 1999), Kelly Bastian - Geschichte einer Hoffnung (TV, 2001), Coming Home (TV, 2003), Stranger (TV, 2005), Hurenkinder (TV, 2006), Head Under Water, Haus und Kind (2008), and Boundaries. (German Films)

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Selected filmography

see also: Directors, Scriptwriters
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