Klauß, Cornelia


Cornelia Klauß was born in Dresden in 1962. After graduating in film studies from the Academy of Film and Television in Potsdam-Babelsberg in the early 1980s, she worked at the DEFA studios and in television, while also starting on her first Super-8 films. In 1989, Klauß moved from East to West Berlin. From 1990-2002, she worked as a program director at the arthouse cinema Babylon, in Berlin. Since then, she has been active as a freelance author of documentary films and as a dramatic advisor and curator, including for the International Leipzig Festival for Documentary and Animated Film and for the Short Film Festival in Oberhausen.



2009 Schnupfen im Kopf (Head Cold, doc., dramaturg)
2006 Unerkannt durch Freundesland (Icognito through the Socialist Brotherland, doc.)
2003 Pour l’amour du peuple (Aus Liebe zum Volk, doc., co-script)
1997 Die subversive Kamera (The Subversive Camera, doc., dir., TV)
1984 Samuel (dir.)

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