Andreas Doub - Andreas Doub

Andreas Doub (* 1968 in Saarbrücken ) is a German cameraman .


In 1991, Doub completed a camera-light-stage internship at the Berlin Cine Service. [1] Subsequently, he worked as a freelance lighting technician or gaffer. [1]

In 1994 he began studying camera and directing at the German Film and Television Academy in Berlin. [1] Since 1997 he has worked as a cameraman. [1] His first works were created in collaboration with the director Lars Kraume . He also made his first feature film Viktor Vogel - Commercial Man with Kraume in 2001 .

For his work on the Sat1 series RIS - The Language of the Dead , Doub was nominated together with Roman Nowocien for the German Television Award 2007 in the category Best Camera , but lost to Philipp Sichler . In the same year, his work on Hannu Salonen's Trail of Hope was nominated for the German Camera Prize .

In 2008 Doub was a cameraman for Hannes Stöhr's milieu study Berlin Calling .

Filmography (selection)


Individual evidence

  1. a b c d Berlin Calling press release (PDF; 712 kB) at, accessed on January 21, 2013