Arne Körner is a German filmmaker, director, and producer. He is known for his work in both feature films and television.
Körner's first feature film, the coming-of-age drama "Das Leben ist kein Ponyhof" (Life Is Not a Pony Stable), was released in 1999. The film was nominated for two German Film Awards and won the Max Ophuls Prize for best feature film.
Körner went on to direct a series of successful German television series, including "Kommissar Rex" (Inspector Rex), "Der Clown" (The Clown), and "Der Alte" (The Old Man). He also wrote and directed the television movie "Feuer in der Nacht" (Fire in the Night).
Körner's most recent projects include directing the feature films "Die Fälscher" (The Counterfeiters), "Flug in die Freiheit" (Flight to Freedom), "Die Welle" (The Wave), and "Der Verdingbub" (The Foster Child). He has also directed episodes of the television series "Der Tatortreiniger" (The Crime Scene Cleaner) and "In aller Freundschaft" (In All Friendship).
Körner has received numerous awards and nominations for his work, including the German Television Award, the Bavarian Film Award, the Grimme Prize, and the German Film Award.
In addition to his work as a director, Körner is also active as a producer. He recently produced the feature film "Der Puppenspieler" (The Puppet Master) and the television series "Der Bergdoktor" (The Mountain Doctor).
Körner's films explore dark themes, such as murder, crime, and death, but also feature moments of humour and hope. His films often focus on the themes of family, friendship, and loyalty. He is known for his ability to create powerful and moving stories that are both entertaining and thought-provoking.
Körner is a passionate filmmaker who loves to tell stories that move and inspire viewers. He is one of Germany's most acclaimed directors and has made a lasting impact on the German film industry.