Martin Gschlacht

Director of Photography - Germany
Borndate unknown

The day of birth of Martin Gschlacht is not on record. He is a German Director of Photography, known for Luna Papa (2000), Böse Zellen (2003), Antares (2004), Martin Gschlacht's first movie on record is from 2000. His last motion picture on file dates from 2015.

Martin Gschlacht Filmography [Auszug]
2015: [01.15] Amour Fou (Director of Photography), Directed by Jessica Hausner, with , Christian Friedel, Stephan Grossmann,
2014: [09.26] Der Vampir auf der Couch (Director of Photography), Directed by David Rühm, with Tobias Moretti, Jeanette Hain, Cornelia Ivancan,
2012: [] Die Wand (Producer), Directed by Julian Roman Pölsler, with Martina Gedeck, Karlheinz Hackl, Ulrike Beimpold,
2009: [] Was Du nicht siehst (Director of Photography), Directed by Wolfgang Fischer, with , , ,
2007: [] Immer nie am Meer (Director of Photography), Directed by Antonin Svoboda, with , , Heinz Strunk,
2004: [] Antares (Director of Photography), Directed by Götz Spielmann, with Petra Morzé, Andreas Patton, Hary Prinz,
2003: [] Böse Zellen (Director of Photography), Directed by Barbara Albert, with Martin Brambach, , Gabriela Schmoll,
2000: [] Luna Papa (Director of Photography), Directed by Bakhtiyar Khudojnazarov, with Moritz Bleibtreu, Chulpan Khamatova, Ato Mukhamedshanov,

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