Johannes Fabrick

Johannes Fabrick

Regie, Drehbuch
*1958 Wien

Biography

Johannes Fabrick was born in Vienna in 1958. He studied at the Filmakademie, and after completing several shorts, he made his feature-length debut as a director with the award-winning TV comedy "Bernhardiner & Katz" (AT 1997). His sophomore film "Beastie Girl" (AT 1998) screened at several international festivals and garnered lead actress Sabina Riedel an award at the Diagonale in Graz.

He went on to direct several acclaimed TV feature films, including "Und morgen geht die Sonne wieder auf" (2000), "Schleudertraum" (2002), "Ein langer Abschied" (2006) and "Tödlicher Rausch" (2011). Fabrick frequently worked with actress Julia Koschitz, who starred in his Grimme Award-winning "Der letzte schöne Tag" (2011) – for which her co-star Wotan Wilke Möhring won a German Television Award – as well as in "Tödliche Versuchung" (2013), "Pass gut auf ihn auf" (2013) and "Zweimal lebenslänglich" (2015).

Koschitz and Mörhring were also part of the cast of Fabrick's road movie "Kleine Ziege, sturer Bock", which premiered at the 2015 Filmfest Hamburg.

Filmography

2016/2017 Der Polizist, der Mord und das Kind
Director
 
2016 Nie mehr wie es war
Director
 
2015 Zweimal lebenslänglich
Director
 
2014/2015 Kleine Ziege, sturer Bock
Director
 
2014 Vergebung oder Rache
Director, Screenplay
 
2013 Wenn es am schönsten ist
Director
 
2012/2013 Gefährliches Schweigen
Director
 
2012/2013 Pass gut auf ihn auf!
Director
 
2011 Der letzte schöne Tag
Director
 
2011 Tödlicher Rausch
Director
 
2010/2011 Ich habe es Dir nie erzählt
Director
 
2009/2010 Die Tochter des Mörders
Director
 
2008/2009 Mauerblümchen
Director
 
2007 Kuckuckszeit
Director
 
2007 Schlaflos in Oldenburg
Director
 
2005 Hexenküsse
Director, Screenplay
 
2001/2002 Schleudertrauma
Director
 
2000/2001 Verbotene Küsse
Director, Screenplay
 
2000 Albtraum einer Ehe
Director
 
1999 Und morgen geht die Sonne wieder auf
Director