Max Joakim Diezenberg is a German-born director, producer, and writer. He has been involved in film and television for over twenty years, having produced and directed projects in the United States, England, France, Poland, and Germany.
Diezenberg was born and raised in Germany and began his journey in the film industry when he was just a teenager. He started out as a production assistant on various feature films and television shows and worked his way up to become a director. He has since directed a number of television shows, including the German drama series Der Bergdoktor and the French comedy series Les Invincibles.
In addition to directing, Diezenberg has also produced and written several films and television series, including the German feature film Der Schinderhannes and the biographical documentary Schindler's List. He also wrote and directed the historical drama series The Red Baron, which was nominated for an International Emmy Award in 2014.
Diezenberg has also worked extensively with the German television station ZDF, producing and directing various series and films for the network. His most successful project with the network was the miniseries Die Wollnys, which aired in 2009 and was a ratings success.
Diezenberg has also produced and directed a number of short films, including the award-winning documentary The Bells of Berlin. He was also the executive producer of the feature film The Reader, which was nominated for an Academy Award in 2009.
Diezenberg is currently working on a number of projects, including the feature films The Fall of Berlin and The Wave. He is also developing a number of television series, including The Romanoffs and War Stories.
Throughout his career, Diezenberg has proven to be a versatile and creative director with an eye for detail and a passion for storytelling. His work has been praised by critics and audiences alike, and he is sure to continue to be an influential force in the film and television industry.