Wolfgang Weigl

Wolfgang Weigl

Known for: Editing
Birthday: 1978-01-01 (44 years old)
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Wolfgang Weigl (* 1978 in Marktoberdorf) is a German film editor and filmmaker. Wolfgang Weigl assembled his first films in the screening room of the local cinema of Türkheim, where he served the film projector for several years. After internships in the areas of light and editing, he was able to profile himself as an editing assistant of Peter Przygodda in movies such as tattoo and eye song before he took over the editing of Stefan Sarazin's feature film Nitschewo. Since then Wolfgang Weigl has assembled numerous feature and documentary films. Among other things, he was Peter Przygodda as a co-editor in the music documentations Música Cubana and Furtwängler's love to the side After several music videos and his own short films, Wolfgang Weigl, together with Toby Bräuhauser and Robert Vervloet, founded the film production company Piratenfilm, with which he made his feature film debut Blindlings, which celebrated its premiere at the Munich Film Festival in 2009 and was nominated in four categories for the German Film Award.Wolfgang Weigl lives in Munich and Winterthur.

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Known for
Editing

Gender
Male

Birthday
1978-01-01 (44 years old)

Place of birth
Marktoberdorf, Germany

Citizenships
Germany

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