Die Jury

Klaus-Feichtenberger

Klaus Feichtenberger

Klaus Feichtenberger, M.A.,  Austrian, born 1953, studied German and English Literature, Translation Studies and General Linguistics in Graz and Southampton. Worked as university lecturer, staff and freelance translator, interpreter, writer, journalist, photographer, cameraman, staff editor (ORF Natural History Unit), staff producer (ORF/BBC NHUs) and independent film producer.

 

1953 Born in Graz, Austria. Married, 3 children. Based in Graz, Austria

1971-1978 German and English Literature Studies, Translation Studies (English, Italian, Russian) and Studies of General Linguistics at Graz University and Southampton University, graduation as Master of Arts in 1978

1974-1994 Freelance translator and interpreter in Austria, England, USA, Spain

1990-2003 Lecturer at the Department of Translation Studies at Graz University

1980-1995 Collaboration with Camera Austria International (international versions and marketing).  Independent commissions as photographer, print journalist and writer for advertisement agencies and magazines

1991 to present: Film author, TV director, producer, cameraman, script-writer, staff editor for ORF, ZDF, BBC, Discovery, Canal+, ARTE, NDR, ARTE etc. and for various independent companies (ScienceVision;

Filmography (selection)

1991   Bianco e nero (50 min, choreography Elio Gervasi)

Berge zwischen gestern und morgen (45 min, Hohe Tauern National Park.

Jackson Hole finalist)

1992   Innerungen (50 min, piece for stage and screen, choreography Bert Stettner,

Teatro Graz)

Mit vollem Mund (50 min, piece for stage and screen

Theater des Augenblicks, Vienna)

1993   Odyssee (25 min, Choreography Bert Stettner, Tanzhotel. Diagonale Graz,

Berlinale, Centre Pompidou)

1996   Soca – The Emerald River (50 min, ORF/BBC/STV

21 international festival awards)

1997   Green Islands in a Sea of Stone (50 min, ORF. Wildscreen finalist,

several int. awards)

1999   The Iron Forest (50 min, ORF, several int. awards)

2001   Realm of the Golden Eagle (3×50 min, ORF/Discovery/Docstar,

several int. awards)

2002   Heimat – Eisenstraße (50 min, ORF, several awards)

2002   Heimat – Virgental (50 min, ORF, several awards)

2002   Sudan – Die Karawanen des Mahdi (together with Erich Pröll)

2002-2003  Staff producer and editor in ORF Natural History Unit

2005   Europe – A Natural History (Series Producer, Producer of episodes 3/4:

4×50 min, ORF/BBC/ZDF/Discovery)

Jackson Hole Award for Best Limited Series; Pamplona: Best of Festival and Best Narration; Los Angeles 2006: Golden Camera;

Munich 2006: Blauer Panther (Bavarian State Award for Television)

Goiás, Brazil Documentary Festival 2006: Best Series;

Wildscreen 2006:Triple Finalist nomination. One Golden Panda Award.

New York Film Festival 2006

Los Angeles U.S. International Film Festival 2006

Munich: Naturvision 2006; European Descartes Award for Excellence in

Science Journalism (2007; € 50.000.-) and other awards.

Deserts on the Move (50 min ARTE/ZDF Enterprise, various awards, u.a. Fernsehpreis der Deutschen Umwelthilfe)Prince of the Alps (with Otmar Penker for ORF/WDR; PBS; 13 international awards including Jackson Hole (2009); record viewer ratings in several countries).

  • The Crystal River – Traun (with Erich Proell for ORF; several awards)
  • Extreme Weather (with Klaus Kafitz; ARTE/ZDF)
  • 3-D Nockberge National Park (several nominations, including Wildscreen)

3-D Enns National Park Special Venue Presentation (several nominations)

High Pressure Instrumentation, 3-D Presentation

2011   Radioactive Wolves (ORF/NDR/WNET; delivery March 2011;

record 26% market share in ORF broadcast, April 2011. 17 international awards, including:

Best of Festival at Chantimansisk Documentary Festival, Russian Federation; Best Environmental Program, Jackson Hole Festival ; Best of Festival Telenatura, Pamplona; Best of Festival and Best Directing Sichuan 2011 TV Festival etc.; Banff World Media Award, Gran Paradiso: 3 Stambecco Awards (Best of Festival, Best Children’s Programme, Best Script). etc.; 2 Chinese awards; Japan Wildlife Festival Award; Emmy nomination.

2013 Iberian Lynx (Terra Mater Vienna/Wanda Films Madrid/National Geographic). (Several international awards.)

2014 – 2017 Selection

Stonehenge Hidden Landscape Project 2×50 min (ORF, ZDF, Smithsonian);

Brahmaputra 3×50 min (Pre-TV/drei-D, ORF, ZDF, ARTE, CCTV)

Carnuntum (Interspot Vienna, ORF/France 5, Smithsonian)

Amur River — Asia’s Amazon 3×50 min (Terramater, NDR). (Several  international awards)

Marin Marais (Music Video with J.D. Rattinger ensemble);

Current projects (selection):

The Alps, 2×50 min (Terramater, NDR, PBS)

The King of Sardinia (pre-tv/ORF)

Various script writing commissions

Author of ca. 300 filming and narration scripts in German or English

(several internat. festival awards for best narration script)

 

 

 

Gabriele Rothemann

1981-1985 Studium der Fotografie, Kunsthochschule Kassel

1985-1987 Staatliche Kunstakademie Düsseldorf, Klasse für Malerei Prof. Fritz Schwegler
1987 Meisterschülerin Kunstfonds Arbeitsstipendium
1988 Los Angeles, California Institut of the Arts (bei John Baldessari und Michael Asher) – DAAD Jahresstipendium USA
1989 Förderpreis der Stadt Düsseldorf
1992-1994 Gastprofessur an der Schule für Gestaltung, Zürich
1992 Peter Mertes Stipendium, Bonn Arbeitsstipendium “Transfer”
1996-1997 Deutsche Akademie „Villa Massimo“, Rom
1997-2001 Künstlerische Mitarbeit an der Bauhaus-Universität Weimar, Fachbereich Freie Kunst
seit 2001 Professur für Fotografie Universität für angewandte Kunst Wien

www.gabrielerothemann.com

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Eva Asaad

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