Wieland Speck is a German film director, who since 1992 has coordinated "Panorama" at the International Filmfestival Berlin (Berlinale). Panorama showcases new films by established directors, as well as debut works by up-and-coming talents.
Between 1982 and 1992 Speck worked with the German film director Manfred Salzgeber producing LGBT-themed films and shorts.
In 2011 he won the Nino Gennaro Award at the first edition of Sicilia Queer filmfest.
|1978||Just a Gigolo||Man||Uncredited|
|1980||How to Choose a Wife||Cowboy||Short|
|1982||Rote Liebe - Wassilissa||Spekulant auf der Party|
|1989||The Prisoner of St. Petersburg||Youth in bar|
|1992||The true Story About Men and Women|
|2012||Mommy is Coming||Hans Eberhardt|
- Summers, Claude J. (2006), The queer encyclopedia of film & television, Cleis Press, p. 293, ISBN 978-1-57344-209-1
- Alice A. Kuzniar (2000). The Queer German Cinema. Stanford University Press. p. 188. ISBN 978-0-8047-3995-5.
Among the gay male directors who merit more attention than space unfortunately allows, Wieland Speck is probably the best known--but more for his feature-length film, Westler, East of the Wall (1985), and for his programming as director of the Panorama section at the Berlin film festival, than for his shorts.