Marina Anna Eich

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Marina Anna Eich in the Astor Film Lounge (2010)

Marina Anna Eich (born December 17, 1976 in Oberammergau ) is a German actress and film producer . Since 2006 she has been the director of wtp international film distribution and founder of the wtp international DVD label.


After graduating from high school in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Marina Anna Eich studied Spanish, English and French in Ecuador , Canada and France . She learned dance at the Leipzig Opera Dance Academy and at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts .

Eich has worked as an actress and dancer in various film and television productions , for example as " Eva Braun " in a documentary feature film for Japanese television. In 2000, Eich met the team from wtp international and has been working for the production company as an actress and producer ever since. She co-produced the comedy Pentamagica (2002/2003), the short film Are girls werewolves ...? , the erotic drama 24/7 The Passion of Life (2005), the drama My Dream or The Loneliness is Never Alone (2007) and the erotic drama Angels with Dirty Wings (2009), the psychological thriller The Truth of Lies (2011), the drama Illusion (2013). For Illusion is "Great cinema!" ,

Marina Anna Eich is the representative of wtp international GmbH and is responsible for marketing , distribution and distribution as well as for the DVD label.

Her filmography as an actress includes one of the main roles in the drama Illusion (2013), the role of the brave in the psychological thriller The Truth of Lies (2011), Gabriela in Angels with dirty wings (2009), one of the main characters in Mein Traum or Loneliness is never alone (2007 - "Woman"), the leading role in 24/7 The Passion of Life (2005 - "Eva"), one of the leading roles in the tragedy The Dark Side of our inner Space (2003 - "Jessie") ), a leading role in Pentamagica (2003), the role of the "student" in the Egypt part of the internationally awarded psychological thriller Das Zimmer (2001), the female lead in the short film then call it love (2001) and the role of “Sabine” in the short film Zwang (2000).

In 2002, Eich was honored as best actress in Los Angeles for her work in then just call it love (Night of Bavarian Shorts on the occasion of the American Film Market).

Together with Roland Reber, Eich was the representative of the Cairo International Film Festival for Germany and the Damascus International Film Festival for Europe until 2008. In February 2007 she was appointed chairman of the CineFemmes jury at the International Film Festival in Mons (Belgium).

Jury activity

  • 2007: Festival d'Amour de Mons, Belgium
  • 2008: International Muscat Film Festival, OMAN
  • 2008: SITGES Int. Film Festival, Spain
  • 2008: Ourense International Film Festival, Spain
  • 2009: FANTASPORTO Int. Film Festival, Portugal
  • 2009: Festival du cinema Italy d'Annecy, France
  • 2009: International Film Festival of India, Goa
  • 2010: International Short Film Festival, Landshut
  • 2013: Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival, Belgium
  • 2014: Festival de Cinema de Terror de Molins de Rei, Spain
  • 2015: International Film Festival Innsbruck, Austria
  • 2019: Beeston Film Festival, UK

Filmography (selection)

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