Albert Lichtblau was born on February 5, 1963 in Berlin, Germany. He is best known as a German film and television director. He began his career in the late 1980s, working on various documentary and feature films.
In 1991, Lichtblau directed his first feature film, "Die Gedanken sind frei" ("Thoughts are Free"), a story of a German family living in East Germany before the fall of the Berlin Wall. The film was a success, and led to subsequent feature projects.
In 1995, he directed "Die Mauer" ("The Wall"), a drama about a group of young Germans caught up in the events of the fall of the Berlin Wall. The film was a commercial success and earned him a nomination for the German Film Award.
In 1997, he directed "Das Glück der Anderen" ("The Luck of Others"), a drama about a family torn apart by the fall of the Berlin Wall. The film was well-received and earned him another German Film Award nomination.
In 2000, he directed the acclaimed "Die Blume des Bösen" ("The Flower of Evil"), a drama about two young women who become involved in a dangerous love triangle. The film was a critical success, and earned him a third German Film Award nomination.
Since then, Lichtblau has continued to work in film and television, directing a number of acclaimed feature films and television series. His most recent work includes "Das Glück der Anderen 2 – Die Rückkehr" (The Luck of Others 2 – The Return), a sequel to his 1997 drama, and the television series "Auf dem Weg zu mir" (On the Way to Me).
Throughout his career, Lichtblau has been praised for his ability to tell stories that explore the complexities of the human condition. His films often focus on themes of love, loss, and redemption. He has won numerous awards for his work, including several German Film Awards.
Albert Lichtblau is an acclaimed German filmmaker who has explored the complexities of the human condition in his work. His films have won numerous awards and he continues to work in film and television today.