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 44)
Vienna, Austria
Nationality Austrian
Occupation Writer
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.


  • 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


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

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