Barbara Albert - Filmography as screenwriter

Fire in Cairo, script for a 90 min Film – 2010

in development
supported by ScriptLAB, Drehbuchforum and the Austrian Film Institute, Material Development

The Dead and the Living, 112 min – 2009

written & directed
World Premiere at International Film Festival San Sebastian 2012, in competition

Me (Ich), 90 min – 2007

Fallen (Falling), 90 min - 2005

written & directed
World Premiere at Venice International Film Festival 2006, in competition

Auswege, 90 min – 2005

Director Nina Kusturica
World Premiere at 2004 Berlin Film Festival, Perspectives of Young Film

Mars, 5 min - 2004

written & directed
Austrian entry for VISIONS OF EUROPE – 25 Short films from 25 European directors

Böse Zellen (Free Radicals), 120 min - 2002

written & directed
World Premiere at Locarno International Film Festival 2003, in competition

Nordrand, 100 min - 1998

written & directed

World Premiere

Venice International Film Festival 1999, in competition

Slidin' – Alles bunt und wunderbar
(Slidin' – Bright and Shiny World), 30 min – 1997

written & directed
World Premiere at Rotterdam International Film Festival 1999, Tiger Award Competition

Sonnenflecken (Sunspots), 25 min - 1996

written & directed

Die Frucht deines Leibes (The Fruit of thy Womb), 27 min - 1994

written & directed
Venice International Film Festival 1996

Nachtschwalben (Nightjars), 7 min - 1993

written & directed
Max Ophüls Prize Saarbrücken 1994: Best Short Film


Filmography as co-writer

Nadine und Vladimir, 90 min - 2011

ORF contract work, revision of a script by Marlene Streeruwitz

Cure, 90 min - 2010

with Andrea Staka (CH)
in production

Grbavica (Esmas Geheimnis), 90 min - 2005

with Jasmila Zbanic (BIH)
Director: Jasmila Zbanic
World Premiere at 2006 Berlin Film Festival in competition: winner of the Golden Bear

Das Fräulein, 90 min - 2005

with Andrea Staka (CH)
Director: Andrea Staka
World Premiere at Film Festival Locarno 2006, in competition: winner of the Golden Leopard

Slumming, 90 min - 2005

with Michael Glawogger
Director: Michael Glawogger
World Premiere at 2006 Berlin Film Festival, in competition

Struggle, 90 min - 2003

with Ruth Mader
Director: Ruth Mader
World Premiere at the International Film Festival Cannes 2003, Un Certain Regard