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Birth Place: Germany Profession: director of photography, director, producer, writer, lecturer, still photographer

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This prolific German director of photography is best-known for his 21-year collaboration with director Werner Herzog. He has been called The Godfather of New German Cinema and his early harsh, black-and-white style became synonymous with the dark, gritty films of the era.

This prolific German director of photography is best-known for his 21-year collaboration with director Werner Herzog. He has been called The Godfather of New German Cinema and his early harsh, black-and-white style became synonymous with the dark, gritty films of the era.

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DIRECTOR:

1.
  Maria von den Sternen (1989) Director
2.
  Adrian und die Romer (1987) Director
3.
  Vater und Sohn (1984) Director (Additional Scenes)
4.
  Achse, Die (1984) Director
5.
  Ulmer horn, Das (1976) Director

CAST: (feature film)

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2.
 Location Afrika (1987)
3.
 Vater und Sohn (1984) Narration
4.
 Burden of Dreams (1982) Himself
5.
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1954:
Worked as still photographer
1957:
Joined Gesellschaft fur Bildende Filme
1964:
First directing credit, on short film "General Yeh"
1965:
First director of photography credit, on short "Unendliche Fahrt"
1967:
First teaming with Werner Herzog, "Letzte Worte"
1968:
Produced "Neun Leben hat die Katze"
1980:
First US-made film, short "Huie's Predigt"
1987:
Directed first feature "Adrian und die Romer"
1988:
Organized camera workshop in Manila, Philippines
1988:
Wrote first film, "Maria von den Sternen"
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