Hans Dieter grave

Hans Dieter grave (* 6. March 1937 in Dresden) is a German documentary film producer, who admits particularly for its long-term studies became.

From 1960 to 1962 worked grave as free coworkers at watching television the Bavarian broadcast in Munich. Subsequently, he became an editor with the Second Channel of German Television. Hans Dieter grave is an author and director of approximately 60 socio-political and time-historical documentary films.

For its Viet Nam film only easy fights in the area Nang ( 1970) grave with the Adolf Grimme price in silver one distinguished there. It received two times the Robert Geisendörfer price and is member of the academy of the arts.

films (selection)

  • “the Helgoland in Viet Nam” (1966)
  • “the rubble women of Berlin” (1968)
  • “only easy fights in the area there Nang” (1970)
  • “Mendel Schainfelds second journey to Germany” (1972)
  • “who shoots at Ralf Bialla?” (1972)
  • “Bernauer road 1 to 50” (1981)
  • Ludwig Gehm - a German resistance fighter " (1983)
  • “Dr. med. Alfred Jahn, child surgeon in land hat " (1984)
  • “Hiroshima, Nagasaki - atom bomb victims say out” (1985)
  • “Abdullah Yakupoglu: Why have does I mean daughter killed? “(1986)
  • “Jens and its parents” (1990)
  • “Poddembice - a documentary Trilogie” (1996)
  • “Mrs. Siebert and its pupils” (1996)
  • “DO Sanh - the last film” (1998)
  • “Mendel live” (1999)
  • “these pictures pursue me - Dr. med. Alfred Jahn " (2002)

literature

  • Patrick Conley: “Twenty-eight years for a film.” In: CUT, Jg. 2, No. 5 (May 1998), S. 50 f.

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