Marco Kreuzpaintner Net Worth

Marco Kreuzpaintner was born on March 19, 2011 in  Rosenheim, Bavaria, West Germany, West Germany, is Director, Writer, Producer. Marco Kreuzpaintner was born on March 11, 1977 in Rosenheim, Bavaria, West Germany. He is a director and writer, known for Sommersturm (2004), Coming In (2014) and Trade (2007).
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Who is it? Director, Writer, Producer
Birth Day March 19, 2011
Birth Place  Rosenheim, Bavaria, West Germany, West Germany
Age 9 YEARS OLD
Birth Sign Aries
Occupation Film director and screenwriter
Years active 1999–present
Notable work Sommersturm Krabat

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Biography/Timeline

1999

In the same year, his first short film, Entering Reality, attracted attention at film festivals. In 1999, he founded the production company Die Filmmanufaktur with Oliver Weiss. In 2000, he made the short film Der Atemkünstler, for which he was nominated for the Talent award First Steps, and in 2002, he made a TV pilot, Rec – Kassettenmädchen/Kassettenjungs.

2003

In 2003, his first feature-length film, Ganz und gar, which describes the life of a young leg amputee, was released in theaters. This was followed in 2004 by the drama Sommersturm (Summer Storm), which, according to Kreuzpaintner, resembles his own coming out as a young homosexual. In 2006, he wrote the screenplay for the film version of the youth novel Die Wolke.

2007

In 2007, Trade was released internationally. The film focuses on the subject of human trafficking, forced prostitution, and modern slavery. For this film, Kreuzpaintner was awarded with the Cinema for Peace Special Award by the Hessischer Filmpreis. Trade was produced by Rosilyn Heller and was originally supposed to be directed by Roland Emmerich. However, as he was involved in preparation for directing 10.000 B.C. at the time, another Director was sought, and Emmerich chose Kreuzpaintner, having met him previously in Munich in 2003.

2008

On October 9, 2008, Krabat, an adaptation of the youth novel of the same name by Otfried Preußler was released, starring Robert Stadlober, Daniel Brühl and David Kross.

2009

In 2009, Kreuzpaintner founded the production company Summerstorm Entertainment in Berlin, along with producers Ossie von Richthofen and Fabian Wolfart. One of the company's first projects is a Brazilian-German co-production with the working title Her Name Was Lola. The film is a romantic comedy which will be filmed in English, and deals with a woman from London, who falls in love with a young man from Rio de Janeiro. The Brazilian actor Jonathan Haagensen will play the male lead role. Filming should begin in the beginning of the next year in London and Rio.