Michael Haneke

Michael HANEKE (1942, Munich, Germany) studied Philosophy and Psychology in Vienna. He directed plays in Germany, Austria and Italy. Most of his features, including Benny's Video (1992), Funny Games (1997) and Caché/Hidden, 2005) have screened at IFFR. He won a Golden Palm at the Cannes Film Festival for both his films The White Ribbon and Amour.


Und was kommt danach?/After Liverpool (1974, TV), Drei Wege zum See (1976, TV), Sperrmüll (1975, TV), Lemminge (Part I & II) (1979, TV), Variation (1982, TV), Wer war Edgar Allan? (1984, TV), Fraulein (1985, TV), Der siebente Kontinent (1989), Nachruf für einen Mörder (1991, TV), Benny's Video (1992), Die Rebellion (1993, TV), 71 Fragmente einer Chronologie des Zufalls (1994), Lumière et compagnie/Lumière and Company (1995, doc), Das Schloß (1996), Funny Games (1997), Code inconnu (2000), La pianiste/The Piano Teacher (2001), Le temps du loup/Time of the Wolf (2003), Caché/Hidden (2005), Funny Games U.S. (2007), Das weisse Band/The White Ribbon (2009), Amour (2012)