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Robert Thalheim

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Robert Thalheim (born 1974, Berlin, Germany)
From 1997 to 1998, Thalheim worked as an assistant director at Berliner Ensemble. From 1998 on, he studied at FU Berlin but enrolled at Filmhochschule Konrad Wolf in Potsdam-Babelsberg in 2000 to study directing. Furthermore, Thalheim wrote a book about Andrzej Wajda (published in 2000) and is the editor of the cultural affairs magazine Plotki. In 2003, Thalheim directed his play Wild Boys at Berlin’s Maxim Gorki theater. In 2005, Thalheim made his feature film debut as a director with Netto, a film about a father-son relationship that was shown at various festivals and won several awards, including the Förderpreis Langfilm at the 2005 film festival Max Ophuels Preis in Saarbrucken. Thalheim’s second film And Along Come Tourists premiered at the 2007 Cannes FF.

Filmography
Three Perfect (2001), Die Grenze – Granica (2001), Netto (2005), And Along Come Tourists (Am Ende kommen Touristen, 2007)

 

 

 

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