|Years active 1994–present|
Awards see below
|Name Sandra Nettelbeck|
Role Film director
|Born 4 April 1966 (age 49) (1966-04-04) Hamburg, Germany|
Occupation Film director, screenwriter
Education San Francisco State University
Parents Petra Nettelbeck, Uwe Nettelbeck
Nominations Goya Award for Best European Film
Movies Mr Morgan's Last Love, Mostly Martha, Helen, No Reservations, Sergeant Pepper
Similar People Francoise Dorner, Maxime Foerste, Martina Gedeck, Jane Alexander, Justin Kirk
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Sandra Nettelbeck (born 4 April 1966) is a German film director and screenwriter, best known for her film Mostly Martha (2001).
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- Early life
- Film career
- Honors and awards
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Sandra Nettelbeck was born 4 April 1966 in Hamburg, Germany to Uwe Nettelbeck, a German record producer, journalist and film critic, and Petra Nettelbeck, an author, film producer, and actress. In 1988, Nettelbeck began formally studying film at San Francisco State University. While studying, Nettelbeck produced several videos and two 16mm films, including A Certain Grace in 1992, which she won Best Short Film at the San Francisco International Film Festival.
Following her education, Nettelbeck worked for Spiegel TV and as a freelance editor for Premiere television between 1993 and 1994.
In 1995, Nettelbeck made her feature debut with Loose Ends.
In 1998, she wrote and directed the television film Mammamia, which won Best Screenplay and Best Film at the Ophuels Festival Saarbruecken.
In 2001, Nettelbeck wrote and directed the multiple-award winning film, Mostly Martha.
In 2004, she wrote and directed Sergeant Pepper.