Philipp Schulze

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Philipp Schulze (born October 26, 1976 in Bong Town , Monrovia , Liberia ) is a German film journalist , film critic and editor-in-chief of TV Spielfilm , TV Today , the film magazine Cinema and the series magazine.

Professional background

Philipp Schulze grew up in Bassum, Lower Saxony . He graduated from high school in Syke . During his studies of modern and modern history, sociology and archeology at the Westphalian Wilhelms University in Münster, he worked a. a. in Hamburg for Die Welt and TV Movie. He also made contacts in the film industry in Los Angeles. In 2003 he began his career as a film journalist under editor-in-chief Helmut Fiebig with an internship at the film magazine Cinema . During this time he was promoted to head of the “home cinema” department. With the change at the top of Cinema, he was finally appointed deputy editor-in-chief by Artur Jung. He has been editor-in-chief of the magazine since 2018. Philipp Schulze has developed numerous specials for Cinema (including about James Bond and Video-on-Demand ), podcasts (Cinema Shortcuts, Cinema Newsflash) and special issues such as the Cinema Series Guide. From this, the series magazine was created in 2018 in cooperation with TV Spielfilm . He also founded the Center of Competence for film and series for Hubert Burda Media . Since November 2019 he has also been editor-in-chief of the TV Spielfilm, TV Today and TV Schlau program guides.

In addition to his work as editor-in-chief, Philipp Schulze is the host of the Jupiter awards ceremony, the audience film award from Cinema magazine. He also moderates premieres and industry events and appears regularly as a film critic on television and radio.

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