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Sabine Derflinger was born on 1963 in Wels, Austria, is an Austrian film director, screenwriter and film producer. Discover Sabine Derflinger's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 60 years old?

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Occupation Film director, producer, screenwriter
Age 60 years old
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Birthplace Wels, Austria
Nationality Austrian

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She has been celebrated as an Austrian pioneer in campaigning for more visibility for women in directing of films. In 2012, she was awarded the Viennese Women's Prize for her work.


Sabine Derflinger is known for several feature and documentary films, many of which have won awards. Furthermore, she is the first woman to have directed an Austrian chapter of the German/Austrian/Swiss cult crime series Tatort. By now she has directed two Austrian chapters (Falsch verpackt (False Labelling); Angezählt (Down for the Count)) and one German Tatort chapter (Borowski und das Meer (Borowski and the Sea)). Tatort Angezählt, which is set in Vienna's world of prostitutes and pimps, initiated a broad discussion about prostitution in the Austrian and German media. Paul Kemp - Alles kein Problem (Paul Kemp - No problem at all) and Vier Frauen und ein Todesfall (Four Women and a Funeral) are further series that Sabine Derflinger has directed for the Austrian broadcaster ORF. Her film Tag und Nacht (Day and Night) captured great media attention. Anna Red, that played lead role won "Best Actress" during the New York Film Festival in 2011. Her colleague Magdalena Kronschläger was nominated for "Best Actress" during the Austrian Film Prize 2011.


In 2010, Sabine Derflinger founded her own production company called Derflinger Film. Since then she has produced the following movies: The Rounder Girls, Schnelles Geld (Easy Money), Eine von 8 (One out of 8) and What Remains. In 2013 Derflinger Film was hired as the service production for the Brazilian television network Globo TV, which shot several episodes of their telenovela Em Família in Vienna. The documentary Vom Umgang mit der Schuld (Dealing with guilt) is currently under production.


In 1991, Sabine Derflinger began her studies at the Filmacademy Vienna (special fields of script and dramaturgy), after having already worked several years in the film business as a director’s and production assistant. In 1996 she successfully finished her studies with her thesis "Movie narratives between Epic & Drama".


Sabine Derflinger (born 1963 in Wels, Austria) is an Austrian film director, screenwriter, producer and dramaturgical consultant. She lives and works in Vienna and Berlin. Many of her films have won several awards, notably Geraubte Kindheit (Stolen Childhood), Vollgas (Step on it), Kleine Schwester (Little Sister), 42plus and Tag und Nacht (Day and Night). She is also well known for directing a number of films in the cult series Tatort.