Andi Rogenhagen - Andi Rogenhagen
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Andi Rogenhagen grew up in Marl, Westphalia . After graduating from the Albert-Schweitzer-Gymnasium in Marl, he studied photojournalism at the Dortmund University of Applied Sciences . From 1991 to 1994 he studied film at the same university. From 1996 to 1997 he attended the script writing school in Cologne .
Before Andi Rogenhagen made his first full-length feature film, he became known, among other things, as a documentary filmmaker . For his documentary The Final Kick , he had people in 40 different countries filmed at the same time watching the World Cup final on television, and combined these recordings into a documentary. The film ran worldwide and Rogenhagen was awarded the Adolf Grimme Prize . Andi Rogenhagen's first full-length film was the comedy Die Frau, die zu Dr. Fabian doubted .
In 2010 Rogenhagen shot his second feature film A Tick Different (working title: Johnny Kühlkissen ). The family comedy is about a young woman named Eva (played by Jasna Fritzi Bauer ) who has Tourette's syndrome . The co-production by desert film and NDR as well as ARTE ran in the competition of the Shanghai International Film Festival 2011. 
The newspapers of the media company Bauer  say about the novel Zwölfmeter , a parody of the GDR : “(...) is an enjoyable comedy about absurd lies, secret wishes and realities that have been bent into shape (...) Andi uses the abbreviations of the uniform bureaucrats Rogenhagen repeatedly as a running gag (...) In the end he changes the genre abruptly: The comedy suddenly becomes the story of an adventurous escape ”(from the GDR).
- 1991: The human race cannot be beaten (director)
- 1992: James System is on vacation (animation, editing, screenplay, direction)
- 1995: The Final Kick (TV movie; screenplay, director)
- 1999: The End of the War (screenplay, director)
- 2002: The woman who passed on to Dr. Fabian doubted (screenplay, director)
- 2003: La Palma (screenplay, director)
- 2011: A Tick Different (screenplay, director)
- 2017: That Stupid Heart (Screenplay)
- 1995: Adolf Grimme Prize for The Final Kick
- 2002: Nomination for the Max Ophüls Prize for the woman who was given to Dr. Fabian doubted
- Heldensommer , novel, Bastei Lübbe Verlag, book / audio book, 2011
- Twelve meters , Roman, Atlantik Verlag ( Hoffmann & Campe ), Hamburg 2014, ISBN 978-3-455-60009-4
- Jonathan Landreth: ‚The Good Neighbor‘ Leads the German Charge at the Shanghai International Film Festival. In: The Hollywood Reporter. 14. Juni 2011, abgerufen am 6. Januar 2016 (englisch).
- including Marler Zeitung, December 3, 2014
|SHORT DESCRIPTION||German director|
|DATE OF BIRTH||1965|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Pirmasens|