Lisa Bruehlmann

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Lisa Ivana Brühlmann (* 1981 in Zurich ) is a Swiss actress and director .


From 2005 to 2008 she studied acting at the Charlottenburg Drama School in Berlin and from 2010 to 2016 film directing at the ZHdK ( Zurich University of the Arts ) in Zurich. She played in the plays Parasiten and Das Quartett at the Theaterwerkstatt Charlottenburg and in numerous films and TV series. In 2009 she was behind the camera for the first time and shot the short film Spring Awakening . Since 2008 she has been working part-time as a theater pedagogue. In 2016 she shot her first feature film under the title Blue My Mind . This was shown at the San Sebastián Film Festival and the Zurich Film Festival . In the latter, he won first prize in the "Focus Switzerland, Germany, Austria" category, the Swiss film journalists' critics' prize for the best debut, and the Zurich Churches' film prize. The film was nominated for the Swiss Film Award in seven categories . It was the first film to be nominated in every existing category. He was finally awarded in three categories (best film, best screenplay and best leading actress).

For her production of the episode Desperate Times from the television series Killing Eve , she was nominated for a Primetime Emmy 2019 in the category of directing a drama series .

Lisa Brühlmann lives in Zurich.


As an actress (selection)

As a director

Feature films

  • 2016: Periphery (episode film; one episode)
  • 2017: Blue My Mind

Short films

  • 2010: spring awakening
  • 2010: Fledging
  • 2012: Somehow
  • 2013: Hylas and the Nymphs
  • 2015: stomachs

TV Shows

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. Lisa Ivana Brühlmann in day and night
  2. Spring Awakening at ( Memento of the original from March 1, 2010 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. @1@ 2Template: Webachiv / IABot /
  3. ^ Zurich Film Festival. Retrieved October 16, 2017 .
  4. Puberty drama “Blue My Mind” achieves a nomination record . In: az Aargauer Zeitung . January 31, 2018 ( [accessed on February 21, 2018]).
  5. ^ Academy of Television Arts & Sciences: 71st Emmy Awards Nominations Documents. July 16, 2019, accessed on July 16, 2019 .