Michael Kotschi

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Michael Kotschi (born July 10, 1974 in Weinheim ) is a German cameraman .


At the end of the 1980s, Kotschi worked for several years as a carpenter in Berlin before he found a job in 1998 as a personal assistant to the architecture and portrait photographer Reinhard Görner . From 2000 to 2006 he studied camera systems at the German Film and Television Academy in Berlin . During this time he worked as an assistant for cameramen such as Michael Ballhaus , Vilmos Zsigmond and John Schwartzman .

With the comedy Autopiloten directed by Bastian Günther , Kotschi made his debut in 2007 as the chief cameraman for a feature film. For Günther he also shot his films Houston , Tatort: ​​Who am I? and One of these Days . For the drama Stranger Daughter , directed by Stephan Lacant , Kotschi was awarded a German Camera Prize.

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