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copyright Ana Portnoycopyright Ana PortnoyStefanie Kremser, born in Germany in December 1967, grew up in a German-Bolivian family in São Paulo, Brazil. At the age of twenty she moved to Munich and studied documentary film at the University of Television and Film (HFF). Her early documentaries were invited to several international film festivals and broadcasted on television. As a writer she has been, so far, a fellow at Literarisches Colloquium (Berlin), Ledig House (Upstate New York) and Casa Baldi/Villa Massimo (Olevano Romano). She is a novelist and screenwriter and is married to the Catalan writer Jordi Puntí.

 

 

 

 

Novels:

 

Der Tag, an dem ich fliegen lernte, literary fiction, Kiepenheuer & Witsch 2014. Read the first chapter here: TRAFIKA EUROPE (the quarterly journal for European literature). Published in Spanish (Entre Ambos 2017), Catalan (Edicions de 1984, 2016) and Letvian (J.L.V., 2015).

 

Die toten Gassen von Barcelona, crime fiction, Kiepenheuer & Witsch 2011. Published in Spanish by Edhasa and in Catalan by Empúries in 2012. Read an excerpt here (it starts right after the interview): Barcelona INK .

 

Postkarte aus Copacabana, literary fiction, Piper Verlag 2000. Published in Catalan by Club Editor in 2007. Here is a translated excerpt in English.


 

Films:

 

Construindo Pontes/ Building Bridges, screenplay with Letícia Simões and Heloisa Passos for a documentary film directed and photographed by Heloisa Passos. Editing: Isabela Araujo and Tina Hardy. Produced by Maquina Filmes, Brazil 2017.

 

Unsterblich schön, screenplay for a Tatort, BR 2010 (Tatort means "scene of crime" - a German police series from public television ARD. Each episode consists of an individual 90-minute feature film). Directed by Filippos Tsitos

 

Escríbeme: Postales a Copacabana (Write me: Postcards to Copacabana), screenplay for a movie with theatrical release in Germany, Bolivia and USA (AFI Silver cinemas). Won Progie award "the Langlois" in 2012. Co-production BR & Avista Film Munich & Pegaso Producciones La Paz 2009. Directed by Thomas Kronthaler.

 

Kleine Herzen, screenplay for a Tatort, BR 2007. Nominated for the Adolf Grimme Award. Won Bavarian Newcomer Award and German film New faces Award for main actress Janina Stopper in 2008. Directed by Filippos Tsitos

 

Sechs zum Essen, screenplay for a Tatort, BR 2004.  Directed by Filippos Tsitos

 

Wolf im Schafspelz, screenplay for a Tatort, BR 2002. Directed by Filippos Tsitos

 

Ode a São Paulo, documentary film, Co-production HFF & BR 1993

 

San Paolo e la Tarantola, documentary film co-directed with Edoardo Winspeare, HFF 1991. Nominated for best film at the Internationales Dokumentarfilmfest München 1992

 

Hin und Her, documentary film co-directed with Margit Ruile, HFF 1990

 

Zip, short film, HFF 1989