PHILIPP BABEN DER ERDE
Philipp Baben der Erde began his career as a photographer in 1999. He started as an advertising, fashion and design photographer. At the same time, he worked for the movie studios Babelsberg as a cinematographer specialized in the techniques of stop motion and effects. In 2005, he decided to put himself a lot more into the contemporary art scene, what gave place to numerous exhibitions in Berlin and around the world (Paris, London. New York).
During his apprenticeship at the prestigious DFFB (The German Film School), Philipp Baben der Erde collected a lot of experience. He works now as a director and cinematographer for documentaries, advertising and feature films. The films he shot as a cinematographer 'Bonzenkarren', 'Weisst du eigentlich das ganz viele blumen blühen I'm park' and 'Die mit dem Bauch tanzen' were introduced at the International Film Festival Cannes 2008 and the Berlinale 2010 and 2013.
In 2013 he won the German camera award for the movie Black Enchantment. The Deutsche Kamerapreis is today the most prestigious award of the industry in german‐speaking countries and also one of the most noted media prices.
DOP at films: Black Enchantment (short 2012), Die mit dem Bauch tanzen (doc. 2013), Une raclette à deux (short 2014), Das Golddorf (doc. 2015), House of Time (fiction 2015), Power to Change: Die EnergieRebellion (doc. 2016), Happy (doc. 2016), The Antagonists: Rivalry in Art (TV series doc. 2016), Landscapes (doc. 2017), Climate Warriors (doc. 2018) and others.