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Jens Wischnewski: Biography
Jens Wischnewski’s life as a filmmaker took him from Hohenloher to Munich, Prague and Cologne. During his studies at the Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg his directing work included the multi-award winning film “Livestream” (2010) with Matthias Brandt und Anna Maria Mühe. In 2017 he made his German feature film début with “Die Reste Meines Lebens/The Rest of My Life” starring Christoph Letkowski, Luise Heyer and Karoline Bär and co-written by Julia Kaiser (2016 Filmfestival Max-Ophüls-Preis: Jury Prize/Filmfestival Max-Ophüls-Preis: Fritz-Raff- Script Prize).
His other film work includes graduation short film “Die Welt Danach” (2012) (Festival of Nations, Österreich: Lenzig Award/Innsbruck Nature Film Festival: 2. Platz Professionals/ Neustrelitzer Naturfilmfestival: Publikumspreis), “Der Letzte Rest” (2008) - both written by Julia Kaiser - and “Letzte Woche – Halb 8” (2008) which he wrote and directed.
Jens lives and works in Baden-Württemberg and Hamburg as freelance screenwriter and director. He is currently developing the script of “Die Wende/Turning Point” based on the Eva Ladipo novel, for simonsays.pictures, and TV movie “Wer Nicht Stirbt, Stört” for Olga Film GmbH.
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