Simone Dobmeier is an award-winning director and producer whose work has been featured in festivals around the world. She is best known for her debut feature film "Goodbye Berlin," which was released in 2016.
Dobmeier began her career in media in 2007, when she joined the team of the popular German crime drama "Tatort" as an assistant director. She then went on to direct several shorts, including "Werner" and "Schwarz und Weiss," both of which were selected for competition at the International Short Film Festival in Oberhausen.
In 2012, Dobmeier wrote and directed her first feature film, "Goodbye Berlin," which was nominated for the German Film Award and the Prix Europa for Best Director. It went on to win the Ecumenical Jury Prize at the Berlin International Film Festival, as well as the audience award at the Munich Film Festival.
Dobmeier's second feature film, "Mountain of Lost Souls," was released in 2018. It follows the story of a woman who moves to a small village in the Bavarian Alps and discovers a dark secret. The film was praised for its nuanced performances and compelling narrative, and was nominated for several awards, including the German Film Award and the Prix Europa.
In addition to her feature films, Dobmeier has also directed several television series, including the German drama "Sternenkind" and the international co-production "Albany." She also works as a screenwriter, having written the scripts for "Goodbye Berlin" and "Mountain of Lost Souls."
Simone Dobmeier is an accomplished director and producer whose work has been recognized both in Germany and abroad. Her films explore complex themes with great sensitivity and subtlety, and she has a gift for bringing her stories to life with vivid visuals and emotionally powerful performances.