Markus Busch

Markus Busch

Regie, Drehbuch
*1965 Münster (Westfalen)

Biography

Markus Busch was born in Münster in 1965. From 1985 on, he studied art and film at the Cologne University of Applied Sciences, and went on to receive degrees in both subjects. After graduation, he enrolled as a film and television major at the Kunsthochschule für Medien in Cologne. From 1997 on, Busch worked as a freelancing author for film and television.

Among his  work are several scripts for films directed by Dominik Graf, including "Bittere Unschuld" (1999, TV), "Der Felsen" ("A Map of the Heart", 2002), "Das Gelübde" ("The Vow", 2007, TV) and "Komm' mir nicht nach" ("Don't Follow Me Around", 2011, TV). In 2011, Busch made his directorial debut with the drama "Die Räuberin", the story of a woman in her forties who falls in love with a teenager, which he also wrote. Busch's script was subsequently short-listed for the German Screenplay Award.

Filmography

2016 Am Abend aller Tage
Screenplay
 
2015/2016 Borowski und das Fest des Nordens
Screenplay
 
2015/2016 Goster
Screenplay
 
2012/2013 Feuerteufel
Screenplay
 
2011 Eine Frau verschwindet
Screenplay
 
2010/2011 Die Räuberin
Director, Screenplay
 
2010/2011 Komm' mir nicht nach
Screenplay
 
2008/2009 Rabenherz
Screenplay
 
2007 Das Gelübde
Screenplay
 
2004/2005 Ein Glücksgefühl
Screenplay
 
2003/2004 Kalter Frühling
Screenplay
 
2002 Im falschen Leben
Screenplay
 
2002 Totes Erbe
Screenplay
 
2001/2002 Die Freunde der Freunde
Screenplay
 
2001/2002 Der Felsen
Screenplay
 
1999 Bleib bei mir
Director
 
1998/1999 Bittere Unschuld
Screenplay
 
1998/1999 Deine besten Jahre
Screenplay
 

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