|Name Hans Bauer|
Hans Bauer is an Austrian screenwriter, author, and photographer, working in the United States, who is best known for his writing for the films Anaconda (1997) and Anacondas: The Hunt for the Blood Orchid (2004). Bauer is also the co-author (with Catherine Masciola) of the children’s adventure novel, Fishtale, and the author of Anaconda: The Writer's Cut.
Bauer was born in Austria, and lives and works in Texas and Los Angeles.
Bauer wrote the original screenplay for the film Anaconda, which received mainly negative reviews from film critics. Bauer was one of several writers who are credited with screenwriting the 2004 sequel, Anacondas which also failed to garner critical acclaim.
The horror film, Komodo, based on Bauer's screenplay, was also panned by critics, while his next film, Titan A. E., in which he was also an associate producer, received praise for its animated effects.
Bauer is a photographer, and his photo-based art has been the subject of several group and one-man shows in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Austin, and the Texas Hill Country.