Authors ELit 2018

  • Wilbirg Brainin-Donnenberg, director of drehbuchFORUM Wien (Screenwriters Forum Vienna) film curator, publicist and filmmaker. She has studied psychology and sociology in Vienna, Paris, and Salzburg. Several workshops on Script consulting with Linda Seger, Linda Aronson et al. and Sources 2 Mentors Training. Graduated from Friedl Kubelka School for Independent Films (2016-18). She has worked for the Austrian independent film distribution sixpackfilm from 1993 to 2004, then she curated numerous film programs as a freelance curator in Austria and abroad (such as, Phantome. Metamorphosen. Animismus im Film for the Generali Foundation Vienna; Österreich. Form verlässt Norm. Heimat geht fremd.; Women and Madness in Film; Hommage to Anne Charlotte Robertson) and was also active as film educator and on several juries at Austrian and international film festivals. She is co-editor of the book Gustav Deutsch. Filmemacher, 2010-2013 Head of the Diagonale Film Industry Meeting (Festival of Austrian Films), Board Member of FC GLORIA Women's Film Network and Synema - Gesellschaft für Film und Medien and part of the FIDLAB selection committee in Marseille and mentor for Ex-Oriente. Initiator and Curator of the FC Gloria Cinema Salons. 2016 she initiated the ongoing screenwriters award If she can see it, she can be it – Female characters beyond clischées). Based in Vienna, Austria.

www. drehbuchforum.at
www.fc-gloria.at

    Wilbirg Brainin-Donnenberg

    Wilbirg Brainin-Donnenberg, director of drehbuchFORUM Wien (Screenwriters Forum Vienna) film curator, publicist and filmmaker. She has studied psychology and sociology in Vienna, Paris, and Salzburg. Several workshops on Script consulting with Linda Seger, Linda Aronson et al. and Sources 2 Mentors Training. Graduated from Friedl Kubelka School for Independent Films (2016-18). She has worked for the Austrian independent film distribution sixpackfilm from 1993 to 2004, then she curated numerous film programs as a freelance curator in Austria and abroad (such as, Phantome. Metamorphosen. Animismus im Film for the Generali Foundation Vienna; Österreich. Form verlässt Norm. Heimat geht fremd.; Women and Madness in Film; Hommage to Anne Charlotte Robertson) and was also active as film educator and on several juries at Austrian and international film festivals. She is co-editor of the book Gustav Deutsch. Filmemacher, 2010-2013 Head of the Diagonale Film Industry Meeting (Festival of Austrian Films), Board Member of FC GLORIA Women's Film Network and Synema - Gesellschaft für Film und Medien and part of the FIDLAB selection committee in Marseille and mentor for Ex-Oriente. Initiator and Curator of the FC Gloria Cinema Salons. 2016 she initiated the ongoing screenwriters award If she can see it, she can be it – Female characters beyond clischées). Based in Vienna, Austria.

    www. drehbuchforum.at
    www.fc-gloria.at

  • Ildikó Enyedi, b. 1955, is a Hungarian director and screenwriter. In 2017, Enyedi won the Golden Bear at the 67th Berlin International Film Festival for her film On Body and Soul. In 2017, she was accepted into the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences that awards the annual Oscars.

    Ildikó Enyedi

    Ildikó Enyedi, b. 1955, is a Hungarian director and screenwriter. In 2017, Enyedi won the Golden Bear at the 67th Berlin International Film Festival for her film On Body and Soul. In 2017, she was accepted into the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences that awards the annual Oscars.

  • Ilinca Florian, b. 1983 in Bucharest and now living in Berlin, is a German-speaking writer. She worked for the Berlin Grips Theatre and is a director of short and documentary films. Her debut novel Als wir das Lügen lernten was published in spring 2018.

    llinca Florian

    Ilinca Florian, b. 1983 in Bucharest and now living in Berlin, is a German-speaking writer. She worked for the Berlin Grips Theatre and is a director of short and documentary films. Her debut novel Als wir das Lügen lernten was published in spring 2018.

  • Walter Grond, born 1957, Austrian novelist. He is artistic director of ELit Literaturehouse Europe.

Walter Grond, geboren 1957, österreichischer Romancier und Essayist. Er ist Künstlerischer Leiter von ELiT Literaturhaus Europa.

    Walter Grond

    Walter Grond, born 1957, Austrian novelist. He is artistic director of ELit Literaturehouse Europe.

    Walter Grond, geboren 1957, österreichischer Romancier und Essayist. Er ist Künstlerischer Leiter von ELiT Literaturhaus Europa.

  • Katharina Hacker, b. 1967, is a German writer and translator from Hebrew. Her novel Die Habenichtse was awarded the 2006 German Book Prize and the film version was directed in 2016 by Florian Hoffmeister.

    Katharina Hacker

    Katharina Hacker, b. 1967, is a German writer and translator from Hebrew. Her novel Die Habenichtse was awarded the 2006 German Book Prize and the film version was directed in 2016 by Florian Hoffmeister.

  • Nino Haratischwili, b. 1983, is a theatre director, playwright and novelist from Georgia. She lives in Hamburg and writes in German. She studied film direction and directed the bilingual theatre group Fliedertheater. Her family epic The Eighth Life has been translated into multiple languages and, among others, was awarded the Anna Seghers Literature Prize.

    Nino Haratischwili

    Nino Haratischwili, b. 1983, is a theatre director, playwright and novelist from Georgia. She lives in Hamburg and writes in German. She studied film direction and directed the bilingual theatre group Fliedertheater. Her family epic The Eighth Life has been translated into multiple languages and, among others, was awarded the Anna Seghers Literature Prize.

  • Olivia Hetreed, b. 1961, is a British screenwriter and literary advisor. She has adapted works among others by Geoffrey Chaucer, Emily Brontë, Carline Lawrence and Tracy Chevalier’s novel The Girl with the Pearl Earring. Olivia Hetreed is President of the Writers‘ Guild of Great Britain.

    Olivia Hetreed

    Olivia Hetreed, b. 1961, is a British screenwriter and literary advisor. She has adapted works among others by Geoffrey Chaucer, Emily Brontë, Carline Lawrence and Tracy Chevalier’s novel The Girl with the Pearl Earring. Olivia Hetreed is President of the Writers‘ Guild of Great Britain.

  • Vea Kaiser, b. 1988, is an Austrian writer. In 2012, her debut novel Blasmusikpop made her a shooting star of German-speaking literature. She writes a weekly column in the Kurier’s Freizeit.

    Vea Kaiser

    Vea Kaiser, b. 1988, is an Austrian writer. In 2012, her debut novel Blasmusikpop made her a shooting star of German-speaking literature. She writes a weekly column in the Kurier’s Freizeit.

  • Tim Krohn, b. 1965, is a German writer who lives in Switzerland. He writes prose, plays and audio plays. In 2015, Tim Krohn set up the crowdfunding project Menschliche Regungen.

    Tim Krohn

    Tim Krohn, b. 1965, is a German writer who lives in Switzerland. He writes prose, plays and audio plays. In 2015, Tim Krohn set up the crowdfunding project Menschliche Regungen.

  • Robert Menasse, b. 1954, is an Austrian novelist and essayist. He studied German Studies, philosophy and political science and taught at the University of São Paulo/ Brazil. Numerous literary prizes. Most recently, his widely acclaimed essay Der Europäische Landbote (2012) won the Friedrich Ebert Prize and Heinrich Mann Prize and lately the Prix du Livre Européen.

Robert Menasse, geb. 1954, ist ein österreichischer Romancier und Essayist. Er studierte Germanistik, Philosophie und Politikwissenschaft und lehrte an der Universität São Paulo/Brasilien. Er erhielt zahlreiche Auszeichnungen. Zuletzt ist sein viel diskutierter Essay Der Europäische Landbote (2012) erschienen, für den er u.a. den Friedrich- Ebert-Preis und den Heinrich-Mann-Preis und zuletzt den Prix du Livre Européen erhielt.

    Robert Menasse

    Robert Menasse, b. 1954, is an Austrian novelist and essayist. He studied German Studies, philosophy and political science and taught at the University of São Paulo/ Brazil. Numerous literary prizes. Most recently, his widely acclaimed essay Der Europäische Landbote (2012) won the Friedrich Ebert Prize and Heinrich Mann Prize and lately the Prix du Livre Européen.

    Robert Menasse, geb. 1954, ist ein österreichischer Romancier und Essayist. Er studierte Germanistik, Philosophie und Politikwissenschaft und lehrte an der Universität São Paulo/Brasilien. Er erhielt zahlreiche Auszeichnungen. Zuletzt ist sein viel diskutierter Essay Der Europäische Landbote (2012) erschienen, für den er u.a. den Friedrich- Ebert-Preis und den Heinrich-Mann-Preis und zuletzt den Prix du Livre Européen erhielt.

  • Madame Nielsen, b. 1963, is a Danish writer, singer and performance artist. Her novels have been awarded several prizes.

    Madame Nielsen

    Madame Nielsen, b. 1963, is a Danish writer, singer and performance artist. Her novels have been awarded several prizes.

  • Richard David Precht, b. 1964, is a German philosopher and publicist. He is Honorary Professor of Philosophy at the Leuphana University of Lüneburg and the Hochschule für Musik Hanns Eisler music conservatory in Berlin. All his books were bestsellers and have been translated into more than forty languages. Since 2012, he hosts the philosophy show Precht on German TV channel ZDF.

    Richard David Precht

    Richard David Precht, b. 1964, is a German philosopher and publicist. He is Honorary Professor of Philosophy at the Leuphana University of Lüneburg and the Hochschule für Musik Hanns Eisler music conservatory in Berlin. All his books were bestsellers and have been translated into more than forty languages. Since 2012, he hosts the philosophy show Precht on German TV channel ZDF.

  • Kathrin Resetarits, b. 1973, is an Austrian director, actress, writer and literary advisor. She is artistic assistant for Michael Haneke and teaches screenwriting and dramaturgy at the Film Academy Vienna.

    Kathrin Resetarits

    Kathrin Resetarits, b. 1973, is an Austrian director, actress, writer and literary advisor. She is artistic assistant for Michael Haneke and teaches screenwriting and dramaturgy at the Film Academy Vienna.

  • Răzvan Rădulescu, b. 1969, is a Romanian screenwriter and novelist. He teaches dramaturgy at the Academy of Fine Arts, Karlsruhe and York University in Toronto. His novel Theodosius, the Small was awarded the 2011 European Literature Prize.

    Răzvan Rădulescu

    Răzvan Rădulescu, b. 1969, is a Romanian screenwriter and novelist. He teaches dramaturgy at the Academy of Fine Arts, Karlsruhe and York University in Toronto. His novel Theodosius, the Small was awarded the 2011 European Literature Prize.

  • André Schreuders, b. 1967, is a Dutch director, screenwriter, camera man and publisher. His company AS Film produces low-budget films. He is working on a book about Daniil Charms.

    André Schreuders

    André Schreuders, b. 1967, is a Dutch director, screenwriter, camera man and publisher. His company AS Film produces low-budget films. He is working on a book about Daniil Charms.

  • Carmen Stephan, b. 1974, is a German writer, after several years in Rio de Janeiro she now lives in Geneva. She was awarded the Literature Prize by the Jürgen Ponto Foundation.

    Carmen Stephan

    Carmen Stephan, b. 1974, is a German writer, after several years in Rio de Janeiro she now lives in Geneva. She was awarded the Literature Prize by the Jürgen Ponto Foundation.

  • Ilija Trojanow, b. 1965, is a German writer, translator and publisher. He is a native of Bulgaria; he has lived in Kenya, India, France, South Africa, Germany and currently in Vienna. His novels have received numerous accolades. He is among the supporters of the Charter of Digital Basic Rights of the European Union that was published at the end of November 2016. Since April 2017, Trojanow is an honorary assessor in the Presidency of the PEN Centre Germany.

    Ilija Trojanow

    Ilija Trojanow, b. 1965, is a German writer, translator and publisher. He is a native of Bulgaria; he has lived in Kenya, India, France, South Africa, Germany and currently in Vienna. His novels have received numerous accolades. He is among the supporters of the Charter of Digital Basic Rights of the European Union that was published at the end of November 2016. Since April 2017, Trojanow is an honorary assessor in the Presidency of the PEN Centre Germany.

  • Marie Jeanne Urech, b. 1976, is a Swiss writer and director. All her novels were translated from French by Lis Künzli.

    Marie Jeanne Urech

    Marie Jeanne Urech, b. 1976, is a Swiss writer and director. All her novels were translated from French by Lis Künzli.

  • Rüdiger Wischenbart, born 1956, austrian journalist and expert in the field of international bookmarkets.

Rüdiger Wischenbart, geboren 1956, österreichischer Journalist und Buchmarktexperte.

    Rüdiger Wischenbart

    Rüdiger Wischenbart, born 1956, austrian journalist and expert in the field of international bookmarkets.

    Rüdiger Wischenbart, geboren 1956, österreichischer Journalist und Buchmarktexperte.

  • Mischa Zickler s an Austrian writer and television producer. He was head of programmes for the radio service FM4, director of shows by Stermann & Grissemann and worked for RTL, ProSieben and recently as head of entertainment for SAT.1.

    Mischa Zickler

    Mischa Zickler s an Austrian writer and television producer. He was head of programmes for the radio service FM4, director of shows by Stermann & Grissemann and worked for RTL, ProSieben and recently as head of entertainment for SAT.1.

  • Ivica Đikić, b. 1976, is a Croatian writer and journalist for daily and weekly press. A film adaptation has been produced of his debut novel Circus Columbia. Đikić writers the screenplay for the Netflix series The Paper.

    Ivica Đikić

    Ivica Đikić, b. 1976, is a Croatian writer and journalist for daily and weekly press. A film adaptation has been produced of his debut novel Circus Columbia. Đikić writers the screenplay for the Netflix series The Paper.

  • Jasmila Žbanić, b. 1974, is a Bosnian director and screenwriter. She worked as a puppeteer in the US and founded a film production
company in Sarajevo. In 2006, her feature film Esmas Geheimnis – Grbavica won the Golden Bear at the Berlin International Film Festival.

    Jasmila Žbanić

    Jasmila Žbanić, b. 1974, is a Bosnian director and screenwriter. She worked as a puppeteer in the US and founded a film production
    company in Sarajevo. In 2006, her feature film Esmas Geheimnis – Grbavica won the Golden Bear at the Berlin International Film Festival.

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