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Hark Bohm

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Occupation  Actor Film director
Spouse  Natalia Bowakow
Role  Actor

Name  Hark Bohm
Years active  1967–present
Siblings  Marquard Bohm
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Born  18 May 1939 (age 76) (1939-05-18) Hamburg-Othmarschen, Germany
Children  Uwe Bohm, Dschingis Bowakow, Lili Bohm, David Bohm
Movies  Yasemin, Moritz - Dear Moritz, The Marriage of Maria Bra, Ali: Fear Eats the Soul, Lili Marleen
Similar People  Uwe Bohm, Marquard Bohm, Dschingis Bowakow, Rainer Werner Fassbinder, Irm Hermann

Hark Bohm bei der Premiere von Fatih Akins Film "Aus dem Nichts"


Hark Bohm (born 18 May 1939) is a German actor, screenwriter, film director, playwright and former professor for cinema studies. He was born in Hamburg-Othmarschen and grew up on the island Amrum. His younger brother was the actor Marquard Bohm, who starred in some of his early films. He is most notable for his long-time collaboration with Rainer Werner Fassbinder.

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Hark Bohm 1984 Interview mit Hark Bohm Schauspieler im Gesprch

His first featurefilm as a director was the German western Tschetan, der Indianerjunge shot in 1972 and starring his brother Marquard as well as his adopted son Dschingis Bowakow as Tschetan.

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In 1978, he directed the film Moritz, Dear Moritz, which was entered into the 28th Berlin International Film Festival. Ten years later, his film Yasemin was entered into the 38th Berlin International Film Festival. In 1990, his film Herzlich willkommen was entered into the 40th Berlin International Film Festival. In 1997, he was a member of the jury at the 47th Berlin International Film Festival.

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As actor

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  • The American Soldier (1971)
  • Willi Tobler und der Untergang der 6. Flotte (1971)
  • The Merchant of Four Seasons (1972)
  • Ali: Fear Eats the Soul (1973)
  • Effie Briest (1974)
  • Fox and His Friends (1975)
  • Der starke Ferdinand (1976)
  • Bomber & Paganini (1976)
  • Adolf and Marlene (1977)
  • Moritz, Dear Moritz (1978)
  • Despair (1978)
  • The Marriage of Maria Braun (1979)
  • The Third Generation (1979)
  • 1+1=3 (1979)
  • Panische Zeiten (1980)
  • Endstation Freiheit (1980)
  • Berlin Alexanderplatz (1980)
  • Lili Marleen (1980)
  • Lola (1981)
  • Love Is the Beginning of All Terror (1984)
  • Das Go! Projekt (1986, TV film)
  • Der kleine Staatsanwalt (1987)
  • Treffen in Travers (1988)
  • Spider's Web (Das Spinnennetz) (1989)
  • Lost in Siberia (1991)
  • Schtonk! (1992)
  • Ruby Cairo (1992)
  • Justice (1993)
  • The Promise (1995)
  • Underground (1995)
  • Conversation with the Beast (1996)
  • Knockin' on Heaven's Door (1997)
  • Der Hauptmann von Köpenick (1997, TV film)
  • Invincible (2001)
  • Falcons (2002)
  • True North (2006)
  • If Not Us, Who? (2011)
  • As director

  • Einer wird verletzt, träumt, stirbt und wird vergessen (1971, short)
  • Tschetan, der Indianerjunge (1972)
  • Wir pfeifen auf den Gurkenkönig (1974–76, TV)
  • Nordsee ist Mordsee (1975/76)
  • Moritz, Dear Moritz (1978)
  • Im Herzen des Hurrican (1979/80)
  • Der Fall Bachmeier – Keine Zeit für Tränen (1983)
  • Wie ein freier Vogel - Como un parajo libre (1985, documentary)
  • Der kleine Staatsanwalt (1987)
  • Yasemin (1988)
  • Herzlich willkommen (1990)
  • Für immer und immer (1996)
  • Vera Brühne (2000/01, TV miniseries)
  • Sterne, die nie untergehen / Atlantic Affairs (2002, TV film)
  • Tschick (2016, only screenplay)
  • References

    Hark Bohm Wikipedia


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