Oliver Schwabe OLIVER SCHWABE (*1966) has made numerous documentaries. Three of his films, "Bienvenue im Kleidermarkt" (2012), "Die Höhle von Eppendorf" (2016) and "Die Liebe frisst das Leben" (2019) have been shown at FILMFEST HAMBURG.
rated for 0 + years Moving portrait of an extraordinary woman.
In the 1960s, Helga Feddersen became known as a comedy actress far beyond the borders of Hamburg. But beyond the flamboyant roles she played, underscored by a striking physiognomy which was both a blessing and curse, Helga Feddersen had a very different side: a vulnerable outsider to whom life had not been kind, full of creative talent and the class to be able to play her jokester roles without disillusionment. With contributions from celebrated friends and colleagues of Feddersen, Oliver Schwabe paints a portrait of a complex personality, a survivor who always gave her best.
Original title: Helga - Die Zwei Gesichter der Feddersen
Film type: Documentary Feature
Original language: German
topics: Ageing, Work, Documentary, Loneliness, Memories, Family & Relationship, Women, History & Society, Artists, LGBTQ, Liebe, Nordic, Biopic, Death, Loss & Trauma
Language and subtitles: OV
Director: Oliver Schwabe
Screenplay: Oliver Schwabe
Cast: Protagonisten: Frank Zander, Dieter Hallervorden, Karl Dall, Christine Zierl, Jürgen Worlitz, Wolfgang Ebeling, Ole von Beust, Sven Regener und Rudolf Körösi
Producer: Bettina Wieselhuber
Director of Photography: Carsten Janssen
Music: Aurelio Valle, Element of Crime
Editor: Katrin Hockemeyer
Sound: Matthias Nauerz
Commissioning Editor: Timo Großpietsch, Marc Brasse
Production: Norddeutscher Rundfunk
Contact: Bettina Wieselhuber, NDR: email@example.com