Klaus Krämer

Klaus Krämer

Regie, Drehbuch
*1964 Gosheim

Biography

Klaus Kraemer was born in Gosheim in 1964 and received training as a technical draughtsman. He worked at theatres in Freiburg and Esslingen before starting studies at the German Film & Television Academy (dffb) in Berlin in 1991. He has served as director of photography on several shorts such as Christa Melli"s "Ausser Kontrolle" (1992), Thure Riefenstein"s "Lonely Nights" (1994) and Sebastian Edschmid"s "Freifahrt" and "Kurts Reise" (1994); and Jeroen van der Drift"s documentary "The Big Circus, Five Europeans In New York" (1995). Kraemer made his directorial debut in 1992 with "Kenn ich schon" and followed with other shorts "Der Bosnienteller" (1992), "Die Berufung" (1993),"Unter den Ringen" (1996), and "Als waer"s der letzte Tag" (1996). He made his feature debut in 1998 with "Three Chinamen With A Double-Bass".

Source: German Films Service & Marketing GmbH

Filmography

2014 Vielleicht
Director, Screenplay
 
2012 Machtlos
Director, Screenplay
 
2009/2010 Hitchcock und Frau Wernicke
Director, Screenplay
 
2006/2007 Taubers Angst
Director, Screenplay
 
2003 Pech und Schwefel
Director, Screenplay
 
1998/1999 Drei Chinesen mit dem Kontrabaß
Director, Screenplay
 

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