Wolfgang Dinslage

Wolfgang Dinslage

Darsteller, Regie, Kamera
*1968 Düren

Biography

Wolfgang Dinslage, born in 1968 in Düren, studied from 2000 to 2002 Direction under Hark Bohm at Hamburg University, which in 2004 was integrated into the Hamburg Media School. His short film credits include: "Ausverkauft" (1999, Audience Award Short Cuts Cologne), "Quak" (2000, winner of the Short Tiger Award), "Morgengrauen" (2001) and "Die Katze von Altona" (2002, nominated for the German Short Film Award, the First Steps Award and the Studio Hamburg Newcomer's Award; winner of the Audience Award at the Sehsüchte Festival in Potsdam and the Taipeh Film Festival in Taiwan, as well as winner of the Filmfestival Augenweide in Kiel). In 2009, Dinslage made his first feature-length film, the TV-movie "Zurück zum Glück", followed by his theatrical feature film debut "Für Elise" ("For Elise").

Source: German Films Service & Marketing GmbH

Filmography

2010-2012 Für Elise
Director
 
2008/2009 Résiste - Aufstand der Praktikanten
Cast
 
2006 Fussballfieber
Director
 
2002 Die Katze von Altona
Director
 
2002 Morgengrauen
Director
 
2000 Quak
Cast, Director
 
1996/1997 Knockin' On Heaven's Door
Assistant camera operator
 
1992/1993 In weiter Ferne, so nah!
Still photography
 
1992 Arisha, der Bär und der steinerne Ring
Camera (other)
 

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