visions of europe (2004)- (in order)by hamide-kheyrabadi | created - 04 Dec 2016 | updated - 12 Feb 2018 | Public
1. Fatih Akin
Director | Gegen die Wand
Fatih Akin was born in 1973 in Hamburg of Turkish parentage. He began studying Visual Communications at Hamburg's College of Fine Arts in 1994. His collaboration with Wueste Film also dates from this time. In 1995, he wrote and directed his first short feature, "Sensin - You're The One!" ("Sensin -...
2. Martin Sulík
Director | The Interpreter
Writer | Reconstruction
4. Sasa Gedeon
Writer | Návrat idiota
Born in Prag, Sasa Gedeon studies cinema at the Film Academy of Performing Arts (FAMU). He directs several shorts before making his first feature film Indiánské léto (1995). In 1999, Gedeon gets international notice with The Idiot Returns (1999), a loose adaptation of Fyodor ...
5. Jan Troell
Director | Här har du ditt liv
Jan Troell was born on July 23, 1931 in Limhamn, Malmö, Skåne län, Sweden. He is a director and cinematographer, known for Here Is Your Life (1966), Il capitano (1991) and The Emigrants (1971). He is married to Agneta Ulfsäter-Troell.
Director | Colo
Director | W imie...
One of the most prominent Polish directors of today, Malgorzata Szumowska was born in Kraków in 1973. She's been directing, writing and producing feature and documentary films. Her movies have received many awards, for example Silver Leopard at the Locarno Film Festival for "33 Scenes from Life" or...
8. Arvo Iho
Director | Karu süda
Arvo Iho was born on June 21, 1949 in Rakvere, Estonian SSR, USSR. He is a cinematographer and director, known for The Heart of the Bear (2001), Ainult hulludele ehk halastajaõde (1991) and The Birdwatcher (1988).
Director | Blind Date
Theo van Gogh was born on July 23, 1957 in Wassenaar, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands as Theodoor van Gogh. He was a director and writer, known for Blind Date (1996), 06/05 (2004) and 1-900 (1994). He died on November 2, 2004 in Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Netherlands.
10. Tony Gatlif
Director | Korkoro
11. Aki Kaurismäki
Producer | Le Havre
Aki Kaurismäki did a wide variety of jobs including postman, dish-washer and film critic, before forming a production and distribution company, Villealfa (in homage to Jean-Luc Godard's Alphaville (1965)) with his older brother Mika Kaurismäki, also a film-maker. Both Aki and Mika are prolific ...
Director | Kato apo t' astra
Director | Lo spazio bianco
A philosophy student, she quit University after two years, and moved to France in 1982. Although she was planning to be a writer, she brought to the screen instead an autobiographical story with Pianoforte (1984): the film won the De Sica Award at the Venice Film Festival and was invited to other ...
14. Sharunas Bartas
Director | Frost
15. Béla Tarr
Producer | Werckmeister harmóniák
Béla Tarr was born on July 21, 1955 in Pécs, Hungary. He is a producer and director, known for Werckmeister Harmonies (2000), The Turin Horse (2011) and Damnation (1988). He is married to Ágnes Hranitzky.
16. Kenneth Scicluna
Visual_effects | U-571
17. Andy Bausch
Director | A Wopbobaloobop a Lopbamboom
Andy Bausch was born on April 12, 1959 in Dudelange, Luxembourg. He is a director and writer, known for A Wopbobaloobop a Lopbamboom (1989), Rusty Boys (2017) and Ex und hopp - Ein böses Spiel um Liebe, Geld und Bier (1991).
18. Peter Greenaway
Director | The Cook, the Thief, His Wife & Her Lover
Peter Greenaway trained as a painter and began working as a film editor for the Central Office of Information in 1965. Shortly afterwards he started to make his own films. He has produced a wealth of short and feature-length films, but also paintings, novels and other books. He has held several ...
19. Stijn Coninx
Director | Marina
Stijn Coninx was born on February 21, 1957 in Neerpelt, Belgium as Augustijn Robert Marguerite Coninx. He is a director and assistant director, known for Marina (2013), Daens (1992) and When the Light Comes (1998). He is married to An Evers. They have four children.
20. Barbara Albert
Writer | Nordrand
Born in Vienna in 1970, Barbara Albert studied directing and screenwriting at the Vienna Film School since 1991. Her student film Nachtschwalben (1993) won 'Best Short' at the Max Ophüls-Preis Saarbrücken in 1994. Since then she has directed, written and produced many award-winning feature films, ...
21. Damjan Kozole
Director | Nocno zivljenje
Damjan Kozole is a Slovenian filmmaker whose directing credits include the critically-acclaimed "Spare Parts", worldwide released "Slovenian Girl" and "Nightlife", winner of Best Director Award at the 51st Karlovy Vary IFF, among others. "Spare parts" was nominated for the Golden Bear at the 53th ...
Director | Dekapentavgoustos
Constantine Giannaris is a Greek film director. He studied Finance, History and Philosophy at the Universities of Kiel and Birmingham. His cinema career started in England where he completed independent short films of short budget. His first Greek film, Mia Thesi Ston Helio (1995) was awarded with ...
23. Laila Pakalnina
Director | Ausma
24. Miguel Hermoso
Director | Como un relámpago
25. Aisling Walsh
Director | Maudie
Aisling Walsh studied Fine Art at the Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art Design and Technology. There was no film course there at that time but there was a film appreciation society that she joined and through this she developed an interest in filmmaking and started making her own short movies. The ...