Hartmut Schoen

Hartmut Schoen

Regie, Drehbuch, Produzent, Produktionsleitung
*1951 Heidenheim an der Brenz

Biography

Hartmut Schoen Born in Heidenheim in 1951, Hartmut Schoen graduated in Politics, Law and Journalism in 1980 and then worked as a director and author of documentaries. In 1990, he also began making TV films and has concentrated solely on this latter sector since 1995. Schoen"s films have received several awards, including the German Film Prize for "Gustav Mesmer - Der Flieger" in 1982, the Bavarian Television Prize for "24 Stunden Leningrad" in 1990 and Adolf Grimme Awards for "Phantom-Fieber" in 1989 and "Jenseits der Schattengrenze" in 1995. His TV movies include: "Der letzte Gast" (1989), "Die schoenste Liebesgeschichte des Jahrhunderts" (1991), "Die Liebesreise des Herrn Matzke" (1992), "TATORT: Die Zaertlichkeit des Monsters" (1993), "TATORT: Schlaflose Naechte" (1995), "Liebesfeuer" (1996), "Freudenstadt" (1997) and "Waiting Means Death" (1999).

Source: German Films Service & Marketing GmbH

Filmography

2015 Spielverderber
Director, Screenplay
 
2010/2011 Alleingang
Director, Screenplay
 
2006 Die Mauer - Berlin '61
Director, Screenplay
 
2002/2003 Zuckerbrot
Director, Screenplay
 
1996 Schlaflose Nächte
Director, Screenplay
 
1993 Die Zärtlichkeit des Monsters
Director, Screenplay
 
1991 Die schönste Liebesgeschichte des Jahrhunderts
Director
 
1990 Kälte, Mord - und Perestrojka. 24 Stunden Leningrad
Director, Screenplay
 
1989 Der letzte Gast
Director, Screenplay
 
1989 Das Hobo-Abenteuer. Auf Güterzügen durch die USA
Director, Screenplay
 
1985 Fritz - die 2. Beachtung
Director, Screenplay
 
1984/1985 Trilogie vom schwäbischen Eigensinn
Director
 
1982 Überleben
Director, Screenplay
 
1981/1982 Gustav Mesmer - Der Flieger
Director, Screenplay, Producer, Unit production manager
 

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