1 May 1930 |
|Years active||1960 - 2002|
Norbert Kückelmann, (born May 1, 1930) is a German film director, screenwriter and lawyer. He was born in Munich, During the 1950s he studied law and worked part-time as a film critic. After graduation he worked as a lawyer in Munich and Mainz. In 1965 he founded together with Alexander Kluge and Hans-Rolf Strobel the Young German Film Committee (German: Kuratorium Junger Deutscher Film. Continuing to work as a lawyer he directed his first film Die Sachverständigen in 1973. At the 23rd Berlin International Film Festival the film won a Silver Bear. His first film also won the Deutscher Filmpreis - Best Feature Film. At the 34th Berlin International Film Festival, his film Man Under Suspicion also won a Silver Bear. Two years later, he was a member of the jury at the 36th Berlin International Film Festival.
Norbert Kückelmann is the brother of the actress Gertrud Kückelmann.
- Die Sachverständigen (1973)
- Die Angst ist ein zweiter Schatten (1974)
- Die letzten Jahre der Kindheit (1979)
- Man Under Suspicion (1984)
- Schweinegeld (1989)
- Abgetrieben (1992)
- Alle haben geschwiegen (1996)
- Porträt eines Richters (1997)
- Verlorene Kinder (2000)
- Ich hab es nicht gewollt - Anatomie eines Mordfalls (2002)
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