Writer-director-producer Veit Helmer shot his first film at the age of 14.
He studied film at the Munich Film School HFF.
Veit Helmer became known for off beat short films.
He co-wrote the feature film “A Trick of Light” directed by Wim Wenders, premiered in Venice 1997.
His first feature film production “Tuvalu”, starring Denis Lavant had been invited to 62 festivals, including San Sebastian, London, Chicago, Berlin and Karlovy Vary. The film was released in June 2000 by Buena Vista Germany.
His second feature film “Gate to Heaven”, starring Miki Manojlovic and Udo Kier was released in December 2003 in Germany by Prokino/20th Century Fox.
His third feature film “Absurdistan” (2008) premiered in Sundance and has received awards at numerous festivals.
Besides fiction films, Veit Helmer directed three documentary films. “Behind the Couch” was awarded several times and aired by BBC and 20 broadcasters from all continents (world sales Filmstransit).
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