Karin Jurschick was born in 1959 in Essen, Germany. She studied theater, film and television at the University of Cologne. She si co-founder of the international women’s film festival Feminale in Cologne and worked for five years as editor for culture for the Stadtrevue Cologne monthly magazine; since then, she has been a writer for radio and television. She started her career of documentary film director in 2000.
Danach hätte es schön sein müssen/ It Should Have Been Nice After That ( 73´, Germany, 2000)
Im spiegel der bilder. Die Filmenacherin birgit hein (46´, Germany, 2001)
Die Helfer und die Frauen/ The Peacekeepers and the Women (80´, Germany, 2003)
Ein Tag mit Folgen (52´, Germany, 2005)
Nach dem mord an Theo van Gogh (52´, Germany, 2005)
Nicht Mehr/ Not Any More (30´, Germany, 2006)
Zertifikat Deutsch (89´, Germany, 2009)
Die Wolke - Tschernobyl und die Folgen (90', Germany, 2011)
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