Nina Wesemann

Nina Wesemann

Germany

Biography

Nina Wesemann was born and raised in Cologne. In 2010, she began her studies at Munich's Hochschule für Fernsehen und Film (HFF) in the section Documentary Film, where she worked on numerous smaller and longer films as director and camerawoman. Before her graduate film, KIDS, her work was distinguished by a very close and intense cooperation with her fellow students. She was made a fellow of the Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes in 2011.
Apart from films she created at the HFF, she also worked on external projects; among them, she was camerawoman for the documentary for cinemas, PETER HANDKE – IN THE WOODS, MIGHT BE LATE, from 2012 to 2014.
In 2016, her performative VR-installation MY LONESOME HOLOGRAM premiered at the DOK Leipzig.
She began to study at Berlin's Hochschulzentrum Tanz in 2017. In addition, she also works as a freelance choreographer for film projects, and she attempts to merge her cinematographic and her dance activities.

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