Jessica Hausner (born October 6, 1972 in Vienna ) is an Austrian film director and author .
Jessica Hausner is the daughter of the Viennese painter Rudolf Hausner , sister of the costume designer Tanja Hausner and half-sister of the set designer and painter Xenia Hausner . Hausner studied at the Vienna Film Academy . She received international attention in 2001 with Lovely Rita , the portrait of a young girl who feels constrained by family constraints. At Hotel in 2004 she referred to the genre of psychological thriller . In 2006 she created the trailer for the Graz film festival Diagonale .
Together with Barbara Albert , Antonin Svoboda and Martin Gschlacht , she founded the Viennese film production company coop99 in 1999 .
In 2009 she received an invitation to compete at the 66th Venice Film Festival for her film Lourdes and was awarded the FIPRESCI Prize . At the 47th Viennale she received the Vienna Film Prize for the best feature film for Lourdes .
In 2014 her feature film Amour Fou was presented at the Cannes Film Festival in the Un Certain Regard series and was chosen as the opening film of the Viennale.
In June 2017 it was announced that Jessica Hausner had been appointed a member of the Oscar Academy .
With her film Little Joe , she was invited to the 72nd Cannes International Film Festival in the competition for the Palme d' Or in 2019 .
Jessica Hausner has one child and lives in Vienna.
- 1992: Anne (director)
- 1992: Mr. Mares (director)
- 1992: Ruth's Birthday (Director)
- 1993: I want to be a butterfly sometimes (director)
- 1997: Flora (director)
- 1998: Inter-view (director / book)
- 2001: Lovely Rita (Director / Writer)
- 2004: Hotel (Director / Book)
- 2005: toast
- 2009: Lourdes
- 2014: Amour Fou (Director / Writer)
- 2019: Little Joe (Director / Writer)
- 2010: Austrian Art Prize for Film
- for interview
- Prix Spécial du Jury (Cannes International Film Festival, Cinéfondation), 1999
- Script award "Goldener Bobby" (Vienna, FAK)
- for Lovely Rita
- European Film Award - nomination 2001 European Discovery of the Year
- Viennale 2001 - Vienna Film Prize (shared with Martina Kudláček )
- Film Festival Max Ophüls Prize 2002 Max Ophüls Prize nomination
- for hotel
- Grand Diagonal Prize 2005
- Thomas Pluch Screenplay Award 2005
- Leeds International Film Festival –ty Grand Prize of European Fantasy Film in Silver 2005
- Film Festival Max Ophüls Preis 2005 Max Ophüls Prize nomination
- for Lourdes
- Venice Biennale 2009 - Fipresci Prize of the International Film Critics, Signis Prize, Brian Prize, Vatican Prize
- Viennale 2009 - Vienna Film Prize for the best feature film
- Austrian Film Prize 2011 - nominations in the categories of director and screenplay
- European Film Award - Best Actress Sylvie Testud
- Thomas Pluch Screenplay Award 2010
- for Amour Fou
- Austrian Film Prize 2015 - nominations in the categories of film, director, screenplay and actress
- Austrian Film Award 2015 - Award in the Best Screenplay category
- Jessica Hausner in the Internet Movie Database (English)
- Only women make films in which women are people. Interview on kino-zeit.de
- Back to the prelinguistic state with the cinema! Interview at critic.de
- ↑ Anne Hausner's biography . Retrieved November 10, 2016.
- ↑ orf.at - family list: 100 years of Rudolf Hausner . Retrieved November 10, 2016.
- ↑ cf. Collateral Awards ( Memento of the original dated December 9, 2011 in the Internet Archive ) Info: The archive link was inserted automatically and has not yet been checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice. at labiennale.org, September 12, 2009
- ^ Wiener Filmpreis 2009 to Jessica Hausner , accessed on November 4, 2009
- ↑ Jessica Hausner new member of the Oscar Academy. (Standard-Online) Retrieved June 17, 2017 .
- ↑ Kleine Zeitung: Cannes Film Festival: Sensational: Jessica Hausner is in the main competition in Cannes . Article dated April 18, 2019, accessed April 18, 2019.
- ↑ The Austrian Art Prize. In: bundeskanzleramt.gv.at. Federal Chancellery of Austria, accessed on September 13, 2019 .
- ^ Vienna Film Prize 2001. In: viennale.at. Viennale , accessed on April 3, 2018 .
- ↑ Austrian Film Prize 2015 . Accessed January 29, 2015.
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||Austrian film director and author|
|DATE OF BIRTH||October 6, 1972|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Vienna|