Constantin Wulff was born in 1962 in Hamburg, Germany. He was brought up in Switzerland, and later moved to Austria.
He studied at the Vienna Film Academy and has worked as a journalist and filmmaker.
Between 1995 and 1996 he gave lectures at the University of Vienna.
From 1997 to 2003 he was co-director of the Diagonale – Festival of Austrian Film in Graz. He was also the founding member of Navigator Film Vienna.
Since 2003 he has kept a position as a board member of dok.at the Austrian Documentary Film Association.
Wulff has been working as a curator of numerous retrospectives of documentary films and advisor to international documentary-film festivals.
He is also a member of expert commissions in the field of film subsidies.
As a journalist he co-edited publications “Schreiben Bilder Sprechen – Texte zum essayistischen Film” (1991) and “Marcel Ophüls: Widerreden und andere Liebeserklärungen – Texte zu Kino und Politik” (1997).
Wulff now lives and works in Vienna.
Spaziergang nach Syrakus/ Promenade to Syracuse (65, Switzerland/Austria/Germany, 1993)
Treid (Austria, 1999)
Heldenplatz, 19. Februar 2000 (Austria, 2002)
In die Welt/ Into the World (88´, Austria, 2008)