Betina Borgfeld is a German director and producer with a distinguished career in television, commercials, and film. She was born in Berlin, Germany in 1977 and began her career in the late 1990s.
After studying film and television in Germany, she began working as an assistant director in the early 2000s. She worked on a wide range of projects including television series, movies of the week, and documentaries. In 2006, she directed her first feature film, “A Quiet Place.” The movie, which was selected for the Berlin International Film Festival, was a critical success.
Since then, Borgfeld has become well-known for her work in television, commercials, and feature films. She has directed commercials for companies such as Volkswagen, Mercedes, and Sony. In 2010, she directed a television movie called “The Secret of the Black Forest,” which was nominated for a German Television Award.
In 2013, she directed the feature film “The Tower,” which was a box office success and was selected for the Berlin International Film Festival. The movie was praised for its beautiful visuals and intense story.
In 2014, Borgfeld directed the television series “The Gate,” which won an International Emmy Award for Best Drama Series. She followed this success with the feature film “The Violin Player” in 2017, which was nominated for the German Film Award.
In recent years, Borgfeld has continued to work in television, commercials, and feature films. She is currently in pre-production for her next feature film, “The Journeyman,” which is set to be released in 2020.
Borgfeld’s work has been praised for its strong storytelling and unique visual style. She is an extremely talented and experienced director whose stories always leave an impression. Her work has been seen around the world and she has become one of the most successful German directors of her generation.