Miriam Dehne- See director BIO
Miriam Dehne, born 1968 in Dusseldorf, is a screenwriter and director.
She first started making short films and documentaries while studying design at the Berlin University of the Arts. She attended the master classes The Director's Journey by Mark W. Travis, Acting for Directors by Judith Weston, and The Writer’s Journey by Keith Cunningham & Tom Schlesinger, and others.
Berlin Stories (Stadt als Beute), her first feature length film, premiered at the Berlinale in 2005, was honored by the International Confederation of Art Cinemas (Confederation Internationale des Cinemas D'Art et Essai), and was nominated and longlisted for the German Film Awards.
In addition to her film work, Miriam Dehne developed as a writer and director the first German web fiction format They Call Us Candygirls. For her work she is honored with the 2008 ITPV Award.
The feature film Little Paris is released in cinemas in 2009, is also nominated and longlisted for the German Film Awards, and has its international premiere at the 11th Shanghai International Film Festival. 2015, the Musical Film B-Movie-Lust and Sound in West Berlin , which she co-directed, was shown at 66. Berlinale (Panorama) and honored with Defa Heiner-Carow Preis, to support german film Art.
Miriam Dehne lives and works in Berlin.