Andreas Pichler (Italy)

Andreas Pichler was born in Bolzano/Italy in 1967. After gaining a degree at the TV and Film School Zelig in Bozen he studied Film and Culture at the University of Bologna and Philosophy at the Open University in Berlin, gaining an M.Phil. Professionally Andreas Pichler has chosen the field of TV- and cinema-documentaries. Many of his works, where he acted as author, director and/or producer, have been coproduced by different European TV-channels such as ZDF, ARTE, RAI, ORF, YLE, IKON and where presented at several international festivals. In 2004 he was awarded the renowed German Award "Grimme Preis" for his film "Call me Bayblon ". Today Andreas Pichler works as a director and author in Germany, Italy, Austria and Switzerland.

Filmography

  • *Documentaries*
  • Die Akte Pasolini
  • TV-documentary / series, 52 min, 2013
  • The Lithium Revolution
  • TV-Documentary, 52 min, 2012, In Co-Production with Polar Star Films
  • Squeezed like lemons
  • TV-documentary, 52 min, 2013, Written by: Andreas Pichler and Marzia Mete
  • The Venice Syndrome
  • Cinema documentary, 80 min, 2012, Photography: Attila BoaEditing: Florian MiosgeSound: Stefano BernardiMusic: Jan Tilman SchadeProducer: Thomas TielschCo-producer: Michael Seeber, Arash, Valerio B. Moser, Andreas Pichler
  • One of us - Travel through a populist Italy
  • TV documentary , in co-production with ZDF/ARTE, 52 min, 2011
  • Living above the clouds
  • TV Documentary / Series, 52 min, 2011, with ZDF/ART, RAI Sender Bozen
  • NATO`s Secret Armies
  • tv documentary, 52 min, I/UK 2009
  • The way of a warrior
  • Cinema documentary, 86/52 min, D/I/CH 2008
  • August on the run
  • TV-documentary, 48 min, 2006
  • My 3 peaks
  • Documentary, 41 min, I/A/F/SF 2005
  • Antonio Negri - a revolt that never ends
  • documentary, 52 min, D/S/SF 2004
  • Call me Babylon
  • documentary, 75/52 min, D/NL 2003
  • Mirabella - returnticket to germany
  • documentary, 54 min, D / I / DK 2001
  • Send me a postcard
  • dancefilm, 16 min, I 1999
  • Schneeberg
  • dancefilm, 20min, I/A 1994

Doc Alliance Members

Doc Alliance is a creative partnership of 7 key European documentary film festivals. Our aim is to advance the documentary genre, support its diversity and promote quality creative documentary films.