Tim Fehlbaum

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Tim Fehlbaum (2011)

Tim Fehlbaum (* 1982 in Basel ) is a Swiss film director .


Fehlbaum studied directing at the University of Television and Film Munich from 2002 to 2009 . Several short films were made during his studies, including For Julian in 2004 , with which he won the main prize at the Shocking Shorts Awards .

Fehlbaum also worked as a cameraman on several films, including his own film Am Flaucher (2006) and the films Kinder der Schlafviertel (2005), Mein American Cousin ( My American Cousin , 2008) and Doppelmord (2012). He also made music videos, including a. for the band flowerpot .

In 2011 Fehlbaum made his debut feature film Hell , for which he also wrote the screenplay. The end-of-time film with Hannah Herzsprung and Lars Eidinger in the leading roles received numerous good reviews, won the German Film Award in the Director's category and was nominated for the German Film Award in six categories . The film also competed at the Locarno International Film Festival and earned Fehlbaum the New Faces Award in 2012 .


  • 2004: For Julian (short film)
  • 2004: not my wedding
  • 2006: Where's Freddy? (Short film)
  • 2006: Am Flaucher (short film)
  • 2011: Hell

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Individual evidence

  1. Tim Fehlbaum receives the German Film Award for Direction ( Memento of the original from March 22, 2016 in the Internet Archive ) Info: The archive link has been inserted automatically and has not yet been checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice. Report on caligari-film.de from June 30, 2011  @1@ 2Template: Webachiv / IABot / caligari-film.de
  2. Swiss horror under the scorching sun Article on bazonline.de from August 5, 2011