Sönke Wortmann

Highest Rated: 50% Maybe, Maybe Not (1996)
Lowest Rated: 50% Maybe, Maybe Not (1996)
Birthday: Not Available
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Sönke Wortmann is one of Germany's hottest directors. Wortmann showed unusual talent from his first term in Munich's Academy for Television & Film (HFF), where he learned his craft. His first student film, Nachtfahrer, was so good that it won him a special invitation to London's Royal College of Art. His 1990 graduation film from the Munich Academy, Dre D, won him the Eastman Film Prize at the Hof Film Days and earned him a Student Oscar nomination. The following year, Wortmann won the Munich Filmfest's Hypo-Award for the comedy Allein Unter Frauen/Alone Among Women. Wortmann made his feature-film debut with Kleine Haie/Acting Out (1992).

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Deutschland. Made by Germany Director 2016
No Score Yet Frau Müller muss weg Director 2014
No Score Yet Schoßgebete Director 2013
No Score Yet Ruhm Producer 2012
No Score Yet Das Hochzeitsvideo Director 2012
No Score Yet Pope Joan Director 2009
No Score Yet Deutschland. Ein Sommermärchen (Germany: A Summer's Fairytale) Director Screenwriter 2006
No Score Yet The Treasure of the White Falcons Producer 2005
No Score Yet The Miracle of Bern Screenwriter Director Producer 2003
No Score Yet The Hollywood Sign Director 2002
No Score Yet Lammbock Producer 2002
50% Maybe, Maybe Not Director Screenwriter 1996
No Score Yet Maybe...maybe Not Director 1994
No Score Yet Kleine Haie Screenwriter Director 1992


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