Nettelbeck made her feature debut in l995 as writer/director of the film, Loose Ends for Luna Film in Berlin. This was followed by Mammamia which won the Max Ophuls Prize for Best Film and Best Script in l997.
Born in Hamburg, Sandra Nettelbeck began her studies of film at San Francisco State University in 1988. During that time she produced several videos and two films on 16mm, including A Certain Grace in l992, which won Best Short Film at the San Francisco International Film Festival. Following her education, Nettelbeck worked for Spiegel TV and as a freelance editor for Premiere television in 1993-1994.
Sandra Nettelbeck Facts
|Birthday||April 4, 1966 (52)|