After studying at film school in Munich, Max Färberböck first worked for Constantin Film, and then as assistant and dramaturge for Peter Zadek at the Schauspielhaus Theatre in Hamburg. He directed plays at theatres in Hamburg, Heidelberg and Cologne, was the director and co-author of several episodes in the Fahnder TV- series, until he began to write and direct made-for-television movies.
His films are SCHLAFENDE HUNDE, EINER ZAHLT IMMER, BELLA BLOCK-DIE KOMMISSARIN, and BELLA BLOCK-LIEBESTOD. He has won the German Telestar prize three times, the Television prize of the German Academy of Dramatic Arts twice, the Bavarian Television Prize and the Adolf-Grimme-Prize in gold. AIMÉE & JAGUAR is his first feature film.
$23.95 | 125 minutes
(2000) - Director, Screenwriter
In 1943, as World War II's Battle of Berlin rages, with air raids forcing families into their cellars for shelter and bombs exploding all over the city, Felice Schragenheim (Juliane Köhler) and Lilly Wust (Maria Schrader), fall in love&hellip…