last update 2020-05-02
Aline Fischer deals with gender construction and borders. She wrote a theoretic diploma work named “The Violent Muse” about Deleuze’s Cinema of The Body.
Her feature-length fiction film METEOR STREET (METEORSTRASSE) (84’ Prod: Credo:Film / Medienboard Berlin Brandenburg / rbb) had its World premiere at Berlinale 2016, was nominated for Best First Feature Film Award in Berlin, shown in 40 Festivals and won internationally several awards.
She graduated in Political Science, concluded a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology and a Master’s in Documentary directing in Lussas, France. In 2007-2009 she was assistant of Gerd Kroske, former DEFA Director and of Anne Philippe, Architect & Filmmaker who worked on the outer suburbs of Paris.
In 2010 she presented with the CNC and the “Louis Lumière program” (Villa Médicis Hors les murs/MAE) her documentary debut L'OUEST SAUVAGE (57' prod: Bellota Films). In 2012 she was elected for the Grant Program “Deutschlandstipendium” (Federal Ministry of Education and Research), went for several trips to Jenin to the Freedom Theater founded by Juliano Mer Khamis and did a Masterclass with Director Albert Maysles at the Sapir College of Sderot in Israel.
She completed her directorial diploma at the Film University Babelsberg Konrad Wolf. She directed the Essay Film DER GRÜNE STERN (51') (Development Award at the Film School’s Reception - Berlinale 2012, Competition Festival Max Ophüls Prize, Dok.Fest Munich 2014). Her first short movie MAIK (Fiction 25 min) is selected in 2013 for Belo Horizonte International Short Film Festival, Rome Independent Film Festival, Beijing Film Academy & Bangkok International Student Film Festival. 2018 she was Director Assistant of Award-Winning Filmmaker Rabah Ameur-Zaïmeche, worked for Trumpetist Erik Truffaz and shot the short FLEEING IN EUROPE (Arte/ZDF das kleine Fernsehspiel - The Love Europe project, Adolf-GRIMME Prize 2020). Currently she is developing her second feature film.