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Dietmar Ratsch: Biography
Dietmar Ratsch was born in 1970 in Soltau, Germany. From 1993-2000 he worked as an independent cinematographer for various TV and film productions. In 2000 he graduated at the Baden-Württemberg Film Academy with a degree in documentary filmmaking. Since then he has directed and produced various documentaries for cinema & television. Dietmar Ratsch is managing director of INDI FILM and works as producer, director and director of photography for feature and documentary films.
FILMOGRAPHY | Director & Director of Photography (Selection)
NEUKOELLN UNLIMITED / Director & Director of Photography (Co-Director: Agostino Imondi), Production: INDI FILM in co-production with noirfilm and RBB/ARTE, 90 Min.
JUDGE: LIFELONG / Director & Director of Photography (Produktion: INDI FILM, ARD) 90 Min
YOUNG HEARTS / Director of Photography (Director: Torsten Truscheit, ZDF, 12×30 Min.)
AFGHANS DON’T FLIRT / Director of Photography (Director: Jochen Frank, Production: INDI FILM, SWR, German Film Award – Sponsorship Award 2005) 80 Min.
COUNTRYLOVE / Director & Director of Photography (Production: INDI FILM GmbH, SWR) 90 Min
ICED LEMONADE FOR HONG-LI / Director & Director of Photography (Production: INDI FILM, Wine Country Film Festival 2001 – Grand Prize International Arts) 90 Min
IN THE NAME OF THE PEOPLE / Director & Director of Photography (Co-Director: Torsten Truscheit, NDR) 90 Min.
STONEFLIGHT / Director of Photography (Director: Susanne Fränzel, German Short Film Award – Gold, 15 Min
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BABYLON BREAKTHROUGH Event at 56th BFI London Film Festival 2012
This year BABYLON hosts the closing event of the London Film Festival's Industry Programme, 10.30 on 21st October at NFT3, BFI Southbank.