Judith Kaufmann

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Judith Kaufmann
Born 20 September 1962
Stuttgart, Germany
Occupation Cinematographer, Photographer

Judith Kaufmann (20 September 1962 in Stuttgart, Germany) is a German cinematographer.

Biography[edit]

Judith Kaufmann was born in Stuttgart, Germany in 1962. But after moving with her family grew up in Berlin. After graduating from the National College of Optics and Photographer in Berlin, she apprenticed as a photographer.

Kaufmann worked in film as a camera assistant under Konrad Kotowski, Thomas Mauch, Gernot Roll, and Raoul Coutard. Since 1982 Kaufmann focused on film, and in 1991 became chief cinematographer.

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2015 Simon sagt 'Auf Wiedersehen' zu seiner Vorhaut
13 Minutes
Freistatt
2014 Inbetween Worlds
Das Zeugenhaus (TV Movie)
2013 Traumland
Back on Track a.k.a. Die Fremde - Germany
2012 Two Lives
2011 Wer wenn nicht wir
2010 The End Is My Beginning a.k.a. Das Ende ist mein Anfang - Germany
When We Leave a.k.a. Die Fremde - Germany
2008 Heart of Fire a.k.a. Feuerherz - Germany
2006 4 Minutes a.k.a. Vier Minuten - Germany
2005 Unveiled a.k.a. Fremde Haut - Germany
2004 Jena Paradies
Peas at 5:30 a.k.a. Erbsen auf halb 6 - Germany
2002 Shattered Glass a.k.a. Scherbentanz - Germany
Brass on Fire
Elephant Heart a.k.a. Elefantenherz - Germany
2001 Engel & Joe
2000 Now or Never a.k.a. Jetzt oder nie - Zeit ist Geld - Germany
Swetlana
Forget America a.k.a. Vergiss Amerika - Germany
1999 Marie Marie
1998 Everything Will Be Fine a.k.a. Alles wird gut - Germany
1995 Nico Icon
1992 Nie wieder schlafen
1988 Fussel
Aufrecht gehen, Rudi Dutschke – Spuren
TV
Year Title a.k.a. / episodes other notes
2010 Alles Liebe
2008 Outta Control a.k.a. Ihr könnt euch niemals sicher sein - Germany
2005 Bella Block Reise nach China (2008) & Die Frau des Teppichlegers (2005)
2005 Tatort Wem Ehre gebührt (2007) & Der schwarze Troll (2003)
2007 Das letzte Stück Himmel
Ich wollte nicht töten
2000 Schwiegermutter
1999 Drachenland a.k.a. Dragonland - Europe
1998 Ein Engel schlägt zurück
1996 Niemand außer mir
1993 Tisch und Bett
Außerirdische
1991 Stocker & Stein

Awards[edit]

Won
Year Film Award Ceremony
2006 Bella Block: Die Frau des Teppichlegers (episode #1.19) German Television Award Best Cinematography (Beste Kamera) German Television Awards
2003 Shattered Glass German Camera Award Feature Film (Spielfilm) German Camera Awards
Elephant Heart Bavarian Film Award Best Cinematography (Kamerapreis) Bavarian Film Awards
2003 Drachenland Best Cinematography or Femina Film Award Max Ophüls Festival
Nominated
Year Title Awards Ceremony
2007 4 Minutes Film Award in Gold Best Cinematography (Beste Kamera/Bildgestaltung) German Film Awards
2006 Unknown Marburg Camera Award Marburg Camera Awards
4 Minutes Golden Frog Award Camerimage Awards
2003 Tatort: Der schwarze Troll (episode #1.533) German Television Award Best Cinematography (Beste Kamera) German Television Awards
2001 Now or Never German Camera Award Feature Film Award (Spielfilm) German Camera Awards
2000 Drachenland German Camera Award TV Film Award (Fernsehfilm - auch Video) German Camera Awards
1998 Everything Will Be Fine Promotional Award TV Film (Fernsehfilm) German Camera Awards

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