Andi Niessner

Andi NIESSNER (1967, Germany) grew up in Munich and produced some musicals before he started attending the film academy in Munich. At the same time he directed cinema and television commercials. In 1999 he directed his first short film Sabotage. The years that followed he directed several productions for television.


Sabotage (1999, short), Björn the Hurdles for Bureaucracy (2001, short), Salon Brasil (2002, TV), Santa Claudia (2002, TV), For Ever Young (2003, TV), Silent Warriors (2004, short), Bergpfarrer II (2005, TV), Inga Lindström - Die Frau am Leuchtturm (2006, TV), Rumpelstilzchen (2006), Shoe Shine - About Shoes and Shoe Lovers (2006, short doc), Nebel über Kilrush Hause/Mist over Kilrush House (2007, TV), Inga Lindström - My Father's Secret (2007, TV), Dörte's Dancing (2007, TV), Achternbusch (2008, doc)