Freelance filmmaker and journalist Dorothee Wenner has lived and worked in Berlin since 1988. Wenner also works as a curator or the Berlin International Film Festival and has been on the selection committee of the International Forum of New Cinema since 1990. She co-directed HOLLYWOOD KILLED ME (1988) with Christoph Janetzko and has directed a number of productions for German television. Recently, Wenner has worked as director of the Berlinale Talent Campus and has made frequent trips to Mumbai, where she is working on various projects. Wenner made a documentary on the ladies special train in Mumbai and is co-curator for an exhibition on Bollywood-Indian cinema and Switzerland in Zurich’s museum of design. Her latest project is a multimedia exhibition on cultural transfer called import/export which explores the mutual perception between India and Germany/Austria in times of globalization. (10/09)
A film by Dorothee Wenner, 2008, 52 min., Color
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