Andreas Prochaska (born 31 December 1964) is an Austrian film director and editor known primarily for The Dark Valley and Maximilian and Marie of Bourgogne. He has contributed to more than thirty films since 1998.
Currently, Prochaska is working on Das Boot (a sequel to the 1981 Classic) and Alex Rider, based on the teen spy novel series of books by Foyle's War creator Anthony Horowitz. Both are due out in 2018.
|2006||Dead in 3 Days|
|2010||The Unintentional Kidnapping of Mrs. Elfriede Ott|
|2010-2018||Anatomy of Evil (TV Series)|
|2011||A Day for a Miracle|
|2014||The Dark Valley|
|2017||Maximillian and Marie de Bourgogne (TV Mini-Series)|
|2018||Das Boot (TV Series)|
- "Andreas Prochaska – Verband Filmregie Österreich". Austrian-directors.com. Retrieved 7 August 2018.
- "'The Dark Valley' Director to Helm 'Das Boot' Sequel". hollywoodreporter.com. Retrieved 22 November 2018.
- "'Das Boot' Director Andreas Prochaska To Helm Sony's 'Alex Rider' TV Adaptation". deadline.com. Retrieved 22 November 2018.
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