Pavel Schnabel Net Worth

Pavel Schnabel was born on 1946 in Olomouc, Czechoslovakia [now Czech Republic], is a Cinematographer, Director, Camera Department. Let us find out more about Pavel Schnabel’s career and net worth in 2018.

NamePavel Schnabel
Age72
Birthday1946
BirthplaceOlomouc, Czechoslovakia [now Czech Republic]
Height
Known Ascinematographer, director, camera department

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Pavel Schnabel was born 1946 in Olomouc, Czechoslovakia, and grew up in Liberec (Reichenberg). He studied at the Film and Television Academy in Prague (FAMU) and emigrated in 1968. Pavel Schnabel has worked for many years as a freelance director and cameraman in Germany and has been awarded several international and German prizes and nominations for his films.

Prizes & Awards (Selection) 1977 "Prize of the Staff of the Film Festival in Oberhausen" 1978 Awarded by the Film Journalist Association - Oberhausen Film Festival. 1982 "Adolf Grimme Prize in Gold" "Film of the Month" - EDP; "Sesterce d'Argent" - Int. Festival Nyon; "Silver Prize" - Film Festival Chicago Honourable Mention by Young Socialists, Int. Film Festival Oberhausen 1982 Short Film Festival Oberhausen: Oberhausen Manifesto Award 1983 "Special Merit" - Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, Hollywood Nomination, German Camera, Cologne 1984 1986 German Federal Film Prize: Gold Film Ribbon; French Short Film Award 1989 "Best Short" Barcelona Film Festival 1990 "Premio PuntuaL" Festival de Santander 1994 "Placa de Prata" - 23. International Film Festival Figueira da Foz 1994 1. Prize 21st Friedberger Film Days

Films (Selection) 1977 Homage to August Sander, 22 min. Documentary on the famous German photographer. "Prize of the Staff of the Film Festival in Oberhausen" 1977

1978 In the Midst of Germany, 10 min. A short film: German impressions after the fatalities in the prison of Stammheim. Awarded by the Film Journalist Association - Oberhausen Film Festival 1978.

1981 Now... After All These Years, 60 Min., HR, ARD Co-Author: Harald Lüders Documentary. The fate of the Jews in the Hessian village of Rhina, once known as "Little Jerusalem". "Special Merit" - German Board of Film Classification "Adolf Grimme Prize with Gold" 1982 "Film of the Month" - Jury of the Protestant Press 1982 "Sesterce d'Argent" - Int. Film Festival Nyon 1982 "Silver Prize" - Film Festival Chicago 1982 "Special Merit" - The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, Hollywood 1983

1983 "Bonn, Return Ticket", 45 Min Co-Author: Harald Lüders Documentary. Impressions of the Federal Republic in 1982: Chancellor Helmut Schmidt in a "dialogue with the youth". "Special Merit" - German Board of Film Classification Honourable Mention by Young Socialists, Int. Film Festival Oberhausen 1982

1985 Producer and Cameraman The Violin, 16 Min. 35mm Script: Karel Steigerwald, Director: Rudolf Ruzicka Short Film. Story of a Jewish violinist in occupied Prague 1941. "Special Merit" - German Board of Film Classification French Short Film Award 1986 German Federal Film Award 1986: Gold Film Ribbon

1988 A Turkish Wedding 15 Min. Short Film about the impenetrability of the federal border. "Special Merit" - German Board of Film Classification "Best Shortfilm" Barcelona Film-Festival 1989 "Premio Puntual" Festival de Santander 1990

1991 Brothers And Sisters, 95 Min., SWR, ARD Documentary. The Weimar and the fall of communism from the GDR to the FRG. "Special Merit" - German Board of Film Classification Première: Forum at the Berlinale 1992

1994 Lisbon - Harbour Of Hope 70 Min., NDR /arte Documentary. For the thousands of refugees who fled National Socialism across Europe, Portugal was their salvation. Documentary. 23rd International Film Festival Figueira da Foz, 1994 "Placa de Prata" 21st Friedberger Film Days 1994, 1st Prize

1999 Out Of Time, 98 Min., HR /arte Documentary. Fifty years of European history wrapped in three biographies between East and West, West and East - before and after the fall of the Berlin wall. Première: Forum at the Berlinale 1999 34th International Film Festival Karlovy Vary (Czech Republic), 1999

2000 Bodyguard Of Raphael, 60 Min., SWR/arte Co-Author: Andreas Schümchen Never a day without art: observations in the daily life of a museum security guard. Première: 15th Frankfurter Filmschau

2001 Producer and Cameraman: Exile At Bosporus, 90/60 Min., 3sat/ZDF/Goethe Institute InterNationes Director: Nedim Hazar Documentary. Offspring of German exiles, persecuted in Nazi Germany and immigrated to Turkey, recall the events and their experiences of exile.

2005 Producer and Cameraman: Roberto & Paolo, 59 Min., ZDF/arte, HessenInvest Film, Filmstiftung NRW, Motovun FF Director: Rajko Grlic Documentary. Two lives for Theatre on the Ruhr - with and about Roberto Ciulli and Paolo Magelli.

2007 A Life In The Saddle, 45 Min., A KraftWerk Production for arte/ZDF A collaboration with Dennis Timm (Idea, Research). "Discovering" the last Buckaroos in the USA.

2010 - 2015 Home Is Not A Place, 88 min. BKM/HessenFilm Documentary. Pavel Schnabel accompanies the artists of the Frankfurt street theatre "antagon" during a thrilling and tension-filled season.