Wieland Speck

Wieland Speck (b. 1951 Freiburg, Germany) moved to West Berlin in 1972, where he studied German language and literature and ethnology at the Free University. He began working on film and video projects and writing on the gay movement and issues of male identity. As an actor, he has appeared with David Hemmings, Robert von Ackeren, Ulrike Ottinger and Ian Pringle. He managed the Tali, an independent movie house in Kreuzberg, for several years. In 1982, he began working with Manfred Salzgeber in the Panorama section of the Berlin Film Festival and became its director in 1992. In 2000, he made a film about two of Thomas Mann’s children, Die Erika und Klaus Mann Story.

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