Klaus Händl , as the artist Händl Klaus (born September 17, 1969 in Rum ), is an Austrian writer , actor , film director and playwright .
Händl Klaus was born as Klaus Händl in Rum. After graduating from the Akademisches Gymnasium Innsbruck and training as an actor with Julia Gschnitzer and Eva Zilcher in Vienna , he was engaged at the Schauspielhaus Wien in 1991 and 1992 under the direction of Hans Gratzer . Until 2005 he worked occasionally in feature films a. a. by Christian Berger , Urs Egger , Michael Haneke , Jessica Hausner , Dagmar Knöpfel , Franz Novotny, Wolfram Paulus, Thomas Roth, Marc Rothemund, Ulrike Schweiger, Douglas Wolfsperger.
In 1994 he appeared with the prose volume (Legenden) , published by the Droschl literary publishing house in Graz , for which he received the Robert Walser Prize and the Rauriser Literature Prize. In the following year he took part in the Ingeborg Bachmann Prize 1995 . In 1996 his radio play Kleine Vogelkunde (ORF) was named Radio Play of the Year. He also won awards for his debut film as a writer and director in March about the effects of the joint suicide of three young men in Tyrol.
Händl Klaus teaches the stage and film design class at the University of Applied Arts Vienna . Today he lives in Vienna, Berlin and Port am Bielersee (Switzerland).
- 1994 (legends). 35 pieces of prose . Droschl Verlag Graz
- 1995 Sentence Bäurin. Klagenfurt texts . Piper Publishing House
- 1996 Little ornithology . Radio play. Director: Martin Sailer ORF
- 2000 recitativo . Literature and criticism
- 2001 I long for the Alps; This is how the lakes are created . Piece. First performance at the Festival Steirischer Herbst , Rowohlt Theaterverlag
- 2002 prisoner of Mab . Opera libretto; Music: Eduard Demetz , Tiroler Landestheater
- 2003 (WILDE) man with sad eyes . World premiere at the Festival Steirischer Herbst und Schauspiel Hannover 2003, printed in Theater heute
- 2006 Dark alluring world . Piece. World premiere at the Münchner Kammerspiele, directed by Sebastian Nübling , Rowohlt Theaterverlag , Swiss premiere at the Biel-Solothurn Theater and Austrian premiere at the Burgtheater Vienna
- 2006 From the moon . Libretto. World premiere at the Tiroler Landestheater by the siren opera theater , music: Klaus Lang , director: Kristine Tornquist .
- 2006 Dark alluring world . Radio play. Director: Erik Altorfer , music: Martin Schütz , DRS2
- 2008 March (feature film, screenplay and director)
- 2008 The bells of Innsbruck ring in the Sunday by Ruedi Häusermann with texts by Händl Klaus, Casino Burgtheater Vienna
- Pieces, literary publisher Droschl Graz, ISBN 9783854207030
- 2010 fear and trembling. Singspiel. Music Lars Wittershagen. World premiere of the Münchner Kammerspiele and Ruhrtriennale, director: Sebastian Nübling. Rowohlt Theater Verlag
- 2010 Marten in a dirndl . Radio play. Director: Erik Altorfer, music: Martin Schütz, DRS2
- 2011 Bluthaus (libretto for the opera of the same name by Georg Friedrich Haas ). World premiere on April 29, 2011 at the Schwetzingen Festival
- 2012 My bees. A swath . Piece of music. World premiere at the Salzburg Festival 2012 , director: Nicolas Liautard, music: Musicbanda Franui
- 2013 A swath . Radio play. Direction: Erik Altorfer, music: Martin Schütz. With Jens Harzer, André Jung, Sophie Rois, Kristof Van Boven WDR (The healthy people dispatch, Lucerne 2016, ISBN 978-3-03853-027-5 )
- 2013 Thomas (libretto for the opera of the same name by Georg Friedrich Haas). World premiere at the Schwetzingen SWR Festival 2013
- 2015 Wilde (libretto for the opera of the same name by Hèctor Parra ). First performance at the Schwetzingen SWR Festival
- 2016 Kater (feature film, screenplay and director)
- 2016 Koma (libretto for the opera of the same name by Georg Friedrich Haas). World premiere at the Schwetzingen SWR Festival 2016
- 2017 Der Mieter (Libretto for the opera of the same name by Arnulf Herrmann . World premiere at the Frankfurt Opera on November 12, 2017)
- 2018 Lunea (Libretto for the opera of the same name by Heinz Holliger . World premiere at the Zurich Opera on March 4, 2018)
- 1993: Brigitta (directed by Dagmar Knöpfel )
- 1995: Inspector Rex (1 episode)
- 1999: Requiem for a Romantic Woman
- 2005: I don't see a single star through this night
- 2007: crime scene - a family matter
- 2012: Sophie Scholl - The last days
- 1995 Robert Walser Prize , Rauris Literature Prize
- 1996 ORF radio play award radio play of the year
- 2002 scholarship at the Berlin Literary Colloquium
- 2002 Hermann Lenz grant
- 2004 Invitation to the Berlin Theatertreffen with (WILDE) a man with sad eyes
- 2004 Invitation to the Mülheim Theatertage with (WILDE) a man with sad eyes
- 2004 Young author of the year 2004 in the survey of the magazine Theater heute
- 2004 Nestroy Theater Prize nomination as best young writer
- 2005 Dramatist Prize of the Kulturkreis der deutschen Wirtschaft
- 2006 Award for 'Dramatist of the Year' with the play Dunkel luring world by a jury of critics from Theater heute magazine
- 2007 Large literary scholarships from the State of Tyrol, funding from the Schiller Memorial Prize of the State of Baden-Württemberg, Welti Dramatist Prize of the City of Bern, Feldkircher Poetry Prize
- 2008 Silver Leopard for the best first work at the Locarno International Film Festival for March
- 2008 Culture Prize of the City of Biel
- 2008 Special Jury Prize at the Sarajevo Film Festival for March
- 2008 Bern Film Prize for March
- 2011 Author's Prize for the Cologne Theater: Working title: GABE / GIFT. Piece for music. Music by Ernst Surberg
- 2013 Gert Jonke Prize , together with Friederike Roth
- 2013 Literature Prize of the Canton of Bern for the libretto to the opera Thomas
- 2016 Teddy Award for Kater as best feature film
- 2016 Outstanding Artist Award for Film
- 2017 Thomas Pluch Screenplay Prize - Main Prize for Kater
- Klaus Händl in the Internet Movie Database (English)
- Literature by and about Klaus Händl in the catalog of the German National Library
- Entry in the Lexicon of Literature in Tyrol
- Review of pieces by Erika Wimmer in the Brenner archive of the University of Innsbruck
- “Should I even put my name there, at the end?” : About libretti and the film Kater; Interview in VAN magazine (April 27, 2016)
- ↑ a b Klaus Händl. In: Literature Lexicon Tirol. Research Institute Brenner Archive, University of Innsbruck, accessed on February 23, 2016 .
- ↑ Biography at the Droschl publishing house. Retrieved February 23, 2016 .
- ↑ FAZ from January 6, 2011, page 30: Gabe, Gift
- ↑ outstanding artist award 2016 ( Memento of the original from April 6, 2017 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. . Retrieved April 6, 2017.
- ↑ Thomas Pluch screenplay prices ( Memento of the original from March 31, 2017 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. . Retrieved March 31, 2017.
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||Austrian film actor, director and playwright|
|DATE OF BIRTH||17th September 1969|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||rum|