Verena Endtner is a German-born film director, screenwriter and producer. She is best known for her award-winning feature films such as "The Snowman" (2016) and "The Happening" (2018).
Verena Endtner was born in Berlin, Germany in 1988. From a young age, she had a passion for films and storytelling, often writing plays and making short films with her friends. After graduating high school, Endtner went on to study film at the University of Television and Film Munich. After graduating, she worked as a freelance filmmaker and editor, creating commercials and music videos for various clients.
In 2016, Endtner released her first feature film, "The Snowman". The film was an instant success, winning several awards at festivals around the world, including the German Film Award for Best Director. The film follows a group of snowmen on an epic adventure as they try to save their home from destruction.
In 2018, Endtner released her second feature film, "The Happening". The film follows a young girl who discovers a magical world while out on a walk in the woods. The film was a critical success, with many praising Endtner's unique visual style and storytelling.
In addition to her work as a director, Endtner has also written and produced several short films and television series. She has also written and directed several feature films, including "The Witch's House" (2018) and "The Sea" (2020).
Today, Endtner continues to work as a filmmaker, writing, directing and producing films that are both critically acclaimed and commercially successful. She is known for her unique visual style and her ability to tell stories that are both entertaining and thought-provoking.