Jürgen Ellinghaus

Jürgen Ellinghaus



Jürgen Ellinghaus is a German film director, producer, and screenwriter. He is best known for his work in the film industry, directing films such as The Promise (2007) and Berlin Calling (2008).

Born in 1965 in Hamburg, Germany, Ellinghaus studied economics and film at the University of Hamburg. He then went on to pursue a career in the film industry, working as a film editor, assistant director, and producer for various German television productions.

In 2000, Ellinghaus made his directorial debut with the feature film "The King of the World", which earned him critical acclaim and an award at the International Film Festival in Karlovy Vary. This success propelled Ellinghaus into the spotlight, and he went on to direct several more films, including "The Promise" (2007) and "Berlin Calling" (2008).

"The Promise" was an international success, earning several awards including the German Film Award for Best Feature Film and the Bavarian Film Award for Best Director. The film also received a nomination for the European Film Award for Best Feature Film.

"Berlin Calling" was also a success, and was nominated for the European Film Award, the German Film Award, and the Bavarian Film Award. The film was also the official selection for the Berlin International Film Festival.

Ellinghaus has also worked as a producer for numerous films, including "The Baader Meinhof Complex" (2008), "The White Ribbon" (2009), and "The Counterfeiters" (2007).

Ellinghaus is currently working on a new film, "The Wall Street Conspiracy", which is scheduled to be released in 2021.

Throughout his career, Ellinghaus has been praised for his creative vision and his ability to create complex stories. He is considered to be one of the most important German film directors of his generation.

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