Horst Sczerba

Horst Sczerba

Additional Names: Horst Johann Sczerba (Weiterer Name)
Regie, Drehbuch
*1947 Krefeld

Biography

Horst J. Sczerba was born in Krefeld. He studied Medicine and worked as a doctor for many years before he turned to radio, film and television. In 1991, he wrote his first screenplay for the "Tatort"-episode "Blutwurstwalzer", directed by Wolfgang Becker. A year later, he and Becker edited the screenplay into the award-winning television film "Kinderspiele" (1992), followed by his highly-acclaimed directorial debut "Die Schamlosen" (1994), with Juergen Vogel and Meret Becker in the leading roles. His other films include: "Eine unmoegliche Hochzeit" (1996), "Die Unschuld der Kraehen" (1997) - winner of the German Television Award, the road movie "Halt mich fest" (TV, 1999) and "Heart (Herz", 2001).

Source: German Films Service & Marketing GmbH

Filmography

2015/2016 Die vermisste Frau
Director, Screenplay
 
2013/2014 Stille Nächte
Director, Screenplay
 
2001 Herz
Director, Screenplay
 
1999 Halt mich fest!
Director
 
1997/1998 Das Trio
Screenplay
 
1997/1998 Die Unschuld der Krähen
Director, Screenplay
 
1996 Eine unmögliche Hochzeit
Director, Screenplay
 
1995/1996 Eine unmögliche Nacht
Director
 
1993/1994 Die Schamlosen
Director
 
1991/1992 Kinderspiele
Screenplay
 
1991 Blutwurstwalzer
Screenplay
 

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