Barbara Albert

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Barbara Albert
Barbara Albert CrossingEurope2010.jpg
Barbara Albert at the Crossing Europe film festival in Linz, Austria, 2010
Born Barbara Albert
(1970-09-22) September 22, 1970 (age 43)
Vienna, Austria
Nationality Austrian
Occupation Writer
Director
Producer
Years active 1991-present

Barbara Albert (Vienna, 1970) is an Austrian writer, film-producer and film-director.

She studied filmmaking at the Wiener Filmakademie. Her first film to become known to a larger audience was Nordrand, which describes the reality of life of Yugoslavian children in Vienna.

She heads the production company Coop 99 with Jessica Hausner and Antonin Svoboda, among others.

Filmography[edit]

  • 2006 Fallen
  • 2003 Böse Zellen
  • 2001 Zur Lage
  • 2001 Lovely Rita
  • 1999 Nordrand
  • 1998 Somewhere else
  • 1998 Slidin‘ – alles bunt und wunderbar
  • 1998 Sonnenflecken
  • 1993 Die Frucht deines Leibes
  • 1993 Nachtschwalben

Prizes[edit]

  • "Marcello Mastroianni Award" (Best Young Actress) Venedig 1999
  • Wiener Filmpreis
  • Preis der FIPRESCI Jury (Viennale)
  • Best Feature Film (Stockholm)

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