Anne Misselwitz (born 1977 in Jena, Eastern Germany) is a freelance cinematographer based in Berlin. As a DoP she works both in the narrative and documentary field. Her work has been shown at major international festivals and won various awards.
Trained at London College of Communication (BA Hons Film & Video, 2001) and HFF „Konrad Wolf“ Potsdam Babelsberg (Diploma in Cinematography, 2007) Anne was awarded with the Prize for Women Directors of Photography at the IFFF 2009 in Collogne for her graduation film „The Amount of Small Things“, a documentary directed by Sophie Narr.
Anne has since worked for both national and international film productions that take her all around the world. The internationally acclaimed documentary „Football Under Cover“ (directed by Ayat Najafi and David Assmann) premiered at Berlinale International Filmfestival in 2008 and won the Teddy Award as well as the VW Audience Award. Her first feature film „Upside Down“ (Bernd Sahling, 2012) also premiered at Berlinale, so did „Come To My Voice“ (Hüseyin Karabey, 2013) the following year before touring the world and winning many awards. The documentary „#Female Pleasure“ (by Barbara Miller) was shortlisted for the European Selection of documentaries for the Oscars in 2020.
Anne is a member of the German Society of Cinematographers (BVK) and a board member of the Women Cinematographers Network Cinematographinnen.
English and Swedish (fluent), Turkish, Spanish and Russian (basic)
Panasonic EVA1, LUMIX S1H + Atomos Shogun7, Feiyu AK4500 Gimbal
Foto: Ute Langkafel, Maifoto