Viola Isenbürger – Autorin, Regisseurin
Viola Isenbürger is a german filmmaker and creative producer. She edited numerous commercial spots at „Das Werk“ and assembled documentaries like „The Final Insult“ by Charles Burnett for Documenta X in Kassel and „The A-Z of separating people from their money“ with Dennis Hopper for the filmfestival in Cannes. Since 1999 she produces with her own company VIOFILM movie trailers, image and documentary films. She created teaser, trailer, tv spots and claim for the film „Good Bye, Lenin!“ which became an international success. Under her direction movie trailers like „Requiem“ by Hans-Christian Schmid, „Irina Palm“ by Sam Garbarski and „Sunburned“ by Carolina Hellsgård were realized.
She graduated her film studies as a distincted master student with Jutta Brückner and Thomas Arslan at UDK Berlin. Her graduate film „Ich wollte nie wie Püppi werden“ was recently shown as part of the 40th anniversary of the AG Dok in Babelsberg. Viola Isenbürger lived and worked in Los Angeles and Hongkong, where she also teached at the Design Institute. With the support of the mentoring program by Filmnetwork Berlin she is now developing a full-length documentary.