Benjamin Schindler

Benjamin Schindler



Benjamin Schindler is a veteran director and producer who has been in the film industry for more than 25 years. He is a graduate of the School of Visual Arts in New York City, and has produced/directed over 50 feature films, television shows, shorts, and documentaries.

Benjamin began his career as a production assistant on low-budget films. He quickly rose through the ranks and began directing independent films in the late 1990s. His first feature, "The Wind in the Willows", was released in 1998 and received favourable reviews. The film went on to win several awards and established Benjamin as a talented director.

Benjamin's next few films, such as "The Unforgettable", "The Summer House", and "The Runaway", established him as a master of genre filmmaking. His ability to blend comedy, drama, and horror elements into a cohesive whole was praised by critics and audiences alike.

In 2006, Benjamin directed the hit horror movie "The Curse of the Werewolf". The film was a huge success and cemented his reputation as a talented genre director. He followed this up with the critically acclaimed "Devil in the Woods", which won several awards and earned Benjamin his first Oscar nomination.

Since then, Benjamin has continued to work in both television and film. His most recent projects include the television series "The Family Business" and the feature film "The Last Witness". He has also directed several music videos for popular artists such as Justin Bieber, Bruno Mars, and Taylor Swift.

Benjamin is a passionate filmmaker who is constantly pushing the boundaries of the craft. He loves to take risks and is always looking for new ways to tell stories. His films often feature a unique blend of genres, styles, and perspectives that make them truly stand out.

With over 25 years of experience, Benjamin Schindler is a veteran director who continues to challenge and inspire audiences around the world.

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