Synonyms for simonischek or Related words with simonischek

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Examples of "simonischek"
Maximilian Simonischek (born 19 October 1982, West Berlin) is a Swiss-Austrian actor and the son of Peter Simonischek and Charlotte Schwab.
Peter Simonischek (born 6 August 1946) is an Austrian actor. He has appeared in more than sixty films since 1980.
He grew up in Markt Hartmannsdorf, a municipality in the state of Styria, where his father was a dentist. His son Max Simonischek is also an actor.
Toni Erdmann is a 2016 German-Austrian comedy-drama film directed, written and co-produced by Maren Ade. It stars Peter Simonischek and Sandra Hüller.
Maistre has also been invited to perform at many of Europe’s leading festivals, including the Schleswig-Holstein, Salzburg, Rheingau, Vienna and Verbier Festivals, the Budapest Spring Festival and the Würzburg Mozart Festival. Among the artists he has performed with are Kathleen Battle, Ingolf Turban, Anne Gastinel, Diana Damrau and Barbara Bonney and actors such as Peter Simonischek and Andrea Jonasson.
Among the best known actors in the ensemble of about 120 members are: Sven-Eric Bechtolf, Klaus Maria Brandauer, Kirsten Dene, Andrea Clausen, Bruno Ganz, Karlheinz Hackl, Robert Meyer, Gertraud Jesserer, August Diehl, Jutta Lampe, Susanne Lothar, Michael Maertens, Tamara Metelka, Birgit Minichmayr, Nicholas Ofczarek, Hedwig Pistorius, Elisabeth Orth, Martin Schwab, Peter Simonischek, Ulrich Tukur, Franz Tscherne and Gert Voss.
"Hindenburg" is a 2011 made-for-TV film starring Maximillian Simonischek, Lauren Lee Smith, Stacy Keach and Greta Scacchi. It was initially aired on RTL dubbed in German as a two-part series and later released as a DVD in English. It was later aired in US on Encore. Similar to the 1975 film, it focuses on the sabotage theory, though much of the storyline is completely fictional.
In early 2014, Bisu auditioned for film "Toni Erdmann" directed by Maren Ade and landed the part of "Anca", the young and bright assistant of the lead character "Ines" played by Sandra Huller. The film received over over 56 nominations and 33 award wins, including Best Film and Best Screenplay, with Maren Ade named Best Director and actors Sandra Huller and Peter Simonischek Best Actress and Best Actor at the 2016 European Film Awards
He produced the crime series "Unschuldig" for teamWorx, also directing the first four episodes. His first TV film was the ZDF two-parter "Das Geheimnis der Wale" with Christopher Lambert, Mario Adorf and Veronica Ferres. In the second half of 2009 he filmed "" for teamWorx and RTL, covering the Hindenburg disaster and starring Max Simonischek, Lauren Lee Smith, Heiner Lauterbach, Greta Scacchi, Stacy Keach, Ulrich Noethen, Christiane Paul, Hannes Jaenicke and Wotan Wilke Möhring. "Hindenburg: The Last Flight" won the Deutscher Fernsehpreis 2011 for best series.
In August 1938, Switzerland closed its borders to Jewish refugees that tried to evade the Nazi regime. Every migration of Jewish people by crossing the "green border" to Switzerland was declared by the Swiss government to be illegal, and refugees had to be sent back to Germany and Austria respectively. Furthermore, hundreds of people without a valid visa, tried to cross the green border to be secure in Switzerland from the Holocaust, most of them by crossing the border to the Canton of St. Gallen. Those "illegal migration" and the background of those border crossings, its support by officials and citizens in Switzerland, got in the focus of the Swiss immigration police. Its senior official, Heinrich Rothmund (Robert Hunger-Bühler), ordered the police inspector Robert Frei (Max Simonischek), a ruthless and authoritarian faithful official, in the canton of St. Gallen to investigate. The Jewish refugees appear to be supported by parts of the local population, with approval of the police commandant of the Canton St. Gallen, Paul Grüninger (Stefan Kurt). Frei's investigation confirm the suspicion that police captain Grüninger allowed Jewish refugees to enter without a valid visa, he also falsifies documents and personally helps refugees to illegally cross the border into Switzerland. Grüninger indeed confesses, but he does not handle, so his opinion, against the law and thus against the state security of Switzerland. His motives are also based on pure humanity. Frei is overawed by Grüningers integrity, intransigence and his personal sight, and he gets in doubt of the legality of the investigations.