Voigt, Andreas


Andreas Voigt was born in 1953 in Eisleben (East Germany). He joined the DEFA Studio for Documentary Films in 1978 as a dramaturg and writer.  From 1984 to 1987, he studied at the Academy for Film and Television in Potsdam-Babelsberg. Voigt and co-director Gerd Kroske received international recognition for their 1989 film Leipzig im Herbst. Since 1991, he has worked as a freelance director, scriptwriter and producer.

[See: www.andreas-voigt-film.de]


Festivals & Awards:

2009 Grand Prix, Orobie Film Festival Bergamo (Italy) for Les Nomades du Cercle Polaire
1994 Grand Prix du Film de Strasbourg for Glaube, Liebe, Hoffnung



2020 Grenzland (Borderland, doc.) 
2015  Als wir die Zukunft waren (When We Were the Future, doc.)
2015 Alles andere zeigt die Zeit (Time Will Show Everything Else, doc.) 
2010 Im Kaukasus – Samuchas letzter Sommer (Samucha - The Last Journey of a Shephard, doc., TV)
2010 Der Landpfarrer (The Priest, doc., TV)
2009 24h Berlin (doc., TV)
2007 Les Nomades du Cercle Polaire (Komi, a Journey across the Arctic, doc., TV)
2004 Invisible – Illegal in Europa (Invisible – Illegal in Europe, doc.)
1997 Große weite Welt (Big Wide World, doc.)
1995 Begegnung mit Kzysztof Kieslowski (Conversation with Kzysztof Kieslowski, doc., TV)
1995 Ostpreussenland (Tales of East Prussia, doc.)
1994 Glaube, Liebe, Hoffnung (Belief, Love, Hope, doc.)
1992 Grenzland – eine Reise (Border Territories – A Journey, doc.)
1991 Letztes Jahr Titanic (Last Year Titanic, doc.)
1989 Leipzig im Herbst (Leipzig in the Fall, doc.)
1982 Jugendwerkhof (Juvenile Detention Center, doc., dramaturg)


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