Peter Stripp

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Peter Stripp (born May 16, 1935 in Berlin ; † June 3, 2013 there ) was a German scriptwriter, radio play writer and director.


Peter Stripp studied graphic design and painting at the Akademie der Künste from 1952 to 1958 and was a master student under Felix Jacob and Ernst Schuhmacher. He then worked as a commercial artist and painter and did odd jobs. From 1963 to 1971 he worked for the SFB and above all for the Westdeutscher Rundfunk (WDR), as a freelance radio play author and children's radio play author. In 1972 he switched to film as a screenwriter and also worked as a writer. Among other things, he wrote the novel and the screenplay for the television series Rote Erde . He has also directed some of his films.




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