Owned and managed Kolbeh Jazz Club in Berlin, Germany
Worked as production manager on "Liebe und Abenteuer/Love and Adventure"
First feature collaboration with director Wim Wenders, "Lightning Over Water"; served as producer, also acted in; film co-directed by Nicholas Ray
Founded Gray City, Inc in NYC; served as president until 1987; succeeded by Lilyan Sievernich
Founded Road Movies GmbH in Berlin
Produced Wenders' "The State of Things"; won Venice Film Festival Golden Lion Award
Executive produced Wenders' "Paris, Texas"; film received the Palme d'Or at the 1985 Cannes Film Festival
Was consultant to Robert Redford's Sundance Institute
Founded Delta Films in Berlin
Served as producer on John Huston's final film, "The Dead"
Executive produced documentary about Huston, "John Huston & The Dubliners", produced and directed by Lilyan Sievernich
Consolidated film companies under the umbrella of London-based Nova Films
Produced John Schlesinger's "The Innocent"; released in the USA in 1995
Served as executive producer on Trish McAdam's "Snakes and Ladders"
Parent company of Kinowelt USA filed for bankruptcy in December