Christoph Faulhaber

Christoph Faulhaber



Christoph Faulhaber is a German-born film director, producer, and screenwriter. He is best known for his work in the independent film world, where he has directed and produced a number of award-winning feature films and documentaries.

Faulhaber was born in Munich, Germany in 1967. He studied film in the 1980s at the University of Television and Film Munich (HFF), where he developed a passion for directing. During this time, he worked on a number of student films and short film projects. After graduation, he moved to Vienna, Austria, where he worked as a freelance director for various television and film productions.

In the mid-1990s, Faulhaber began working in the independent film world. He wrote and directed the feature film ‘Unfolds’ (1998), which became an international success, winning the Gold Hugo Award at the Chicago International Film Festival. He then wrote and directed ‘The Other Side’ (2005), which won numerous awards including the German Film Award for Best Director and the German Film Critics Award for Best Film.

In recent years, Faulhaber has continued to work in the independent film world. He has directed and produced the critically acclaimed films ‘The Collapse’ (2011), ‘Schlaflos’ (2012), and ‘The Stranger’ (2016). He has also written and directed several documentaries, including ‘The Unseen’ (2015) and ‘Fragments’ (2016).

Faulhaber is known for his creative and innovative approach to filmmaking. He often works with small budgets and strives to make films that are visually stunning and emotionally powerful. He is also passionate about working with young filmmakers, and regularly takes part in creative workshops and mentorships.

Christoph Faulhaber is an acclaimed and respected figure in the independent film world. His passion for filmmaking has earned him numerous awards, and he continues to be an inspiring figure for aspiring filmmakers.

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