Portrait

The German short film scene encompasses a large number of innovative filmmakers who have deliberately chosen to go the independent route or who, in addition to feature film projects, continue to shoot short films as well. In the “Portrait” section, shortfilm.de will feature reguarly a cameo of one of these filmmakers.

Portrait

Veit Helmer

Veit Helmer is one of the few German filmmakers who, as a wanderer between the genres, is able to cross what are regarded as the hermetically sealed boundaries between the… Read More

Portrait

Joerg Wagner

After focusing in past editions of our Filmmaker Portrait primarily on artistic achievements, today we would like to introduce Germany’s most commercially successful short-film maker, Jörg Wagner. With STAPLERFAHRER KLAUS… Read More

Portrait

Stephan-Flint Müller

Films to chase away boredom: Stephan-Flint Müller «Fliegenpflicht f«r Quadratk«pfe« («Bow Tie Duty for Squareheads«) was without question one of the most popular and successful German short films of recent… Read More

Portrait

Corinna Schnitt

Our filmmaker portrait for this issue is devoted to Corinna Schnitt. Born in 1964 in Duisburg and now living in Cologne, Schnitt has been intriguing audiences at international festivals with… Read More