Fritz Umgelter

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Fritz Umgelter
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Fritz Umgelter in the early 60s
Born (1922-08-18)August 18, 1922
Stuttgart
Died May 9, 1981(1981-05-09) (aged 58)
Frankfurt am Main
Nationality German
Occupation television director, television writer, film director
Known for Der Winter, der ein Sommer war

Fritz Umgelter (18 August 1922 in Stuttgart – 9 May 1981 in Frankfurt am Main) was a German television director, television writer, and film director.

Umgelter worked mainly in television as both a writer and director. He received directing credit for 68 TV films or series, and received writing credits for 22 TV films or series segments.[1] He also directed 7 cinema films (of which he received directing credit for 6),[2] but these were not critically acclaimed, and he remains best known for his television works.

Awards[edit]

In 1967 his television film, Bratkartoffeln inbegriffen (based on the play Chips with Everything by Arnold Wesker), he won the Teleplay Award at the Baden-Baden TV Film Festival (de).[3] This award is presented by the "Deutsche Akademie der Darstellenden Künste" and is a German analog to a BAFTA or Emmy Award.

Filmography[edit]

His film releases were:

His television work includes:

References[edit]

  1. ^ Fritz Umgelter at IMDB
  2. ^ IMDB
  3. ^ Teleplay Awards Listing

External links[edit]