Photos with Markus Rupprecht
Markus Rupprecht is an award-winning German director, producer, cinematographer, editor, photographer, author and founder of independent film production company, wildcuts films, in Germany. His work spans three continents. His writing and directing credits include "Sandra's Demons" (original title: "Sandras Daemonen"), "Dragon Feather" (original title: "Drachenfeder") and "Drawing Home", which he directed and co-wrote with Donna Logan, in the Canadian Rockies. Read more... films which have been recognized at a range of film festivals, i.e. the Munich Film Festival, and shown on MTV and other international television networks. He has produced an educational CD-ROM on the Middle Ages as well as commercials for a range of international corporations, including Microsoft and Sharp. As a photographer, Markus has worked on an historical German cookbook, Campsite Kitchen: Medieval Cookery Over An Open Fire (original title: "Lagerkueche: Mittelalterlich kochen auf dem offenen Feuer") by Tatjana Junker, published in 2009. Furthermore, he has won several German literary awards as a published author. Markus has taught Film and Virtual Reality at the Universities of Giessen, Augsburg and Freiburg. Together with three colleagues, he invented the DRAKE film camera which attracted attention from film professionals around the world. Markus's training included stints at DEFA, which is now Babelsberg Studios, after the Fall of the Berlin Wall in the early 1990s. He lives in the hometown of the Grimm Brothers, in Steinau an der Strasse near Frankfurt, Germany.