Margarete Kreuzer (born in 1975) is an Austrian film and television director, producer and writer. She is known for her work on the television series Der Bergdoktor (2008-2009) and the films 24 Wochen (2016), Ich war noch niemals in New York (2018), and Die Hölle (2020).
Kreuzer was born in Austria and grew up in a small village near Salzburg. She studied at the University of Vienna and received a degree in political science and media studies. She later moved to Berlin, where she attended the German Film and Television Academy (DFFB).
Kreuzer began her career as an assistant director on several films and television series. She then went on to direct her first feature film, 24 Wochen, in 2016. The film received critical acclaim and was nominated for several awards, including the German Film Award.
In 2018, Kreuzer directed the musical comedy Ich war noch niemals in New York. The film was a box office success and was nominated for several awards, including the German Film Award.
Kreuzer is also well-known for her work on the long-running German television series Der Bergdoktor. She wrote, directed, and produced several episodes of the show between 2008 and 2009. During this time, Kreuzer also wrote and directed the short film Der König der Berge.
Kreuzer has continued to make films and television series. Her most recent film, Die Hölle, was released in 2020. It has received critical acclaim and has been nominated for several awards, including the German Film Award.
Kreuzer's films and television series are known for their strong characters and themes. She is known for telling stories about people who defy conventions and are determined to make their own paths. Her work is often seen as an exploration of female identity and power.
Kreuzer is one of the most accomplished and acclaimed filmmakers in Austria. She has received several awards for her work, including a German Film Award and a Bavarian Film Award. Kreuzer is an inspiration to many aspiring filmmakers, and her work will continue to be celebrated for many years to come.