VADIM GLOWNA, Writer/Director
Vadim Glowna was born 1941 and he grew up in Hamburg. The versatile actor, director and author attended Hamburg Stage school, and he became one of Germany’s most popular TV and film actors. His international appearances include roles in such films as Sam Peckinpahs Steiner - Cross of Iron and Claude Chabrol's Quiet Days in Clichy. In 2000 he was awarded Best Actor of the Year by German Film Critics for his appearance in Oskar Roehlers award winning film No Place to Go.
Vadim Glowna is also a very successful director. He has directed more than 30 TV films and 8 feature films. In 1981 he won several awards for his film Desperado City, including the Caméra d'Or at Cannes. Two of his other films Nothing Left to Lose (1983) and Raising to the Bait (1992) where in the competition at the International Berlin Film Festival and both received Honorable Mentions.