|Born||17 August, 1942
|Died||4 January, 1988 (aged 45–46)|
Jane Seitz (also known as Juliane Sperr; 17 August 1942 – 4 January 1988) was a German film editor. Seitz edited different films produced by Bernd Eichinger. She was his girlfriend for some time and committed suicide at the age of 45. Wolfgang Rihm orchestrated 1988/89 a text written by Seitz’ former partner Wolf Wondratschek Mein Tod. Requiem in memoriam Jane S. for soprano and orchestra.
Films (incomplete list)
- 1977: The Conquest of the Citadel
- 1978: Moritz, Dear Moritz
- 1981: Christiane F. – We Children from Bahnhof Zoo
- 1984: The Neverending Story
- 1985: The Assault of the Present on the Rest of Time
- 1986: The Name of the Rose
Katja Eichinger: BE, Hoffmann und Campe, Hamburg, 2012, ISBN 978-3455502534
- Interview with Wolf Wondratschek 1988
- "Jane Seitz". The New York Times.
- Katja Eichinger: BE pages 184-188
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