Bastian Günther is a German director and screenwriter, best known for his work on the critically acclaimed films The White Ribbon and The Keeper of Lost Causes. He was born in 1984 in Berlin and has been involved in the film industry since 2004.
Günther's first foray into film was in 2004, when he wrote and directed the short film 'München'. The film won several awards and was well received by critics. This success lead to a string of short films, including 'Die Reise' (2007) and 'Das Glück ist ein Vogel' (2008).
In 2009, Günther wrote and directed his first feature film, 'The White Ribbon'. The film was a critical and commercial success, garnering numerous awards and nominations, including an Academy Award nomination for Best Foreign Language Film.
In 2013, Günther wrote and directed his second feature film, 'The Keeper of Lost Causes'. The film was a crime thriller and was well received by critics and audiences alike.
In 2016, Günther wrote and directed his third feature film, 'The Same Sky'. The film was a drama about a German spy in the 1960s. It was well received by critics and won several awards.
Günther has also directed several television series, including the crime series 'Tatort' and the drama series 'Johannes'.
Günther is currently working on his fourth feature film, 'Berlin, I Love You', which is set to be released in 2020.
Günther is an acclaimed director and has worked with some of the biggest names in the film industry. His work is acclaimed for its strong visuals and complex storylines. He is known for exploring themes of morality and justice in his films.