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Dietrich Brüggemann

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Dietrich Brüggemann

Dietrich Brüggemann (born 1976, Munich, Germany)

Studied directing at the HFF “Konrad Wolf” in Potsdam Babelsberg from 2000 to 2006. After several short films, his feature film Neun Szenen, for which he wrote the script together with his sister Anna, became an audience favorite at the Berlinale in 2006, screened at various festivals in Germany and abroad, and was repeatedly honored with, a.o. the Best Feature Film at the Achtung Berlin Festival. His first theatrical feature Run if You Can opened the Perspektive Deutsches Kino at the Berlinale in 2010. It was shown at about 30 festivals around the world and won various jury and audience awards. He worked with his sister Anna, who wrote the script together with him, on his film Move. Stations of the Cross is the fourth collaboration of them. In addition, Dietrich Brüggemann shot several music videos.

 

Filmography
Mehr Licht  (2004, short), Warum läuft Herr V. Amok? (2004, short), Katja kann fast alles (2005, short), Neun Szenen (2006, short), Run If You Can (2010), One Shot (2011, short), Move (2012), Stations of the Cross (2014).

Moscow Cinema
 Hirair and Anna Hovnanian Foundation
 
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Festival Coverage
 
 
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