Bernhard Hetzenauer

Bernhard Hetzenauer



Bernhard Hetzenauer is a filmmaker and director from Austria. He studied at the University of Vienna and the Film Academy Vienna, and has directed and produced numerous films, including the award-winning feature films “Love on the Rocks” and “Gone”.

Hetzenauer’s first feature film was “Love on the Rocks,” a romantic comedy about an Austrian couple who find themselves in a strange situation when they travel to America. The film was released in 1998 and won several awards, including the Grand Prize at the International Film Festival in Locarno.

In the early 2000s, Hetzenauer directed the drama “Gone,” which tells the story of a family struggling to cope with a tragedy. This film was an official selection at the Berlin International Film Festival and won several awards, including Best Actor at the European Film Awards.

Hetzenauer followed up “Gone” with several television credits, including the popular Austrian crime drama “Tatort”. He also directed several documentaries, including “The Forbidden City,” which explored the history of the Chinese city of Beijing.

In recent years, Hetzenauer has continued to direct feature films, including the romantic drama “The Miracle of St. Anthony” and the comedy “Heaven is a Place on Earth”. He has also worked as a producer on several projects, including the international hit “The Wave”.

Throughout his career, Hetzenauer has been praised for his ability to tell stories that are both entertaining and meaningful. His work has been acclaimed by critics and audiences alike, and has earned him numerous awards and nominations.

Bernhard Hetzenauer is an acclaimed director and filmmaker whose work has been enjoyed by audiences around the world. His films are known for being both emotionally powerful and entertaining, and his passion for storytelling is evident in every project he takes on.

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