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About Robert

Robert Sigl was born in 1962 and raised in Germany. From 1981 to 1986 he attended Munich Film School. His diploma work LAURIN won him the Bavarian Film Award for Best Direction of a Newcomer. Since then he has directed several acclaimed feature films and TV movies in Canada, France, Hungary, Germany, Poland and the Czech Republic. He has received numerous development fundings for his projects and screenplays and he has worked for U.S. Networks Showtime and SciFi Channel with stars like Malcolm McDowell, Eleanor Tomlinson (female lead in Bryan Singer's JACK THE GIANT SLAYER) and others. Three-times-Oscar winning composer Howard Shore is going to provide the soundtrack for Sigl’s upcoming 15-Million-Dollar-production THE SPIDER. Furthermore, Robert Sigl received a nomination for the German Director's Award Metropolis 2012. Robert Sigl's first novel, WURDILAK, was just published in Germany and Switzerland and is currently seeking an English/American publisher.

Robert Sigl was recently named a VIP member of Worldwide Branding. This special distinction honors individuals who have shown exceptional commitment to achieving personal and professional success. - See more at:
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EDUCATION:
Directing Hochschule für Fernsehen und Film HFF, Munich, Germany 1986
Screen Writing Drehbuchwerkstatt München, Munich, Germany 1989

AWARDS:
Bavarian Film Award 1989 for Best Direction of a Newcomer
Nominated for Max-Ophüls-Award 1989
Nominated for the GERMAN DIRECTOR AWARD METROPOLIS 2012

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Awards

  • Nominated for German Directors Award Metropolis
    (2012)

  • Bavarian Film Award for Best Newcoming Director
    (1988)

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