in search of : Maximilian Brückner

Maximilian, Maxi (in his family and according to  his agency), Max Brückner, Bruckner / Brueckner
(in English speaking countries)

German Actor, Director, Musician, Dancer and also proud native Bavarian
"Bayerische Sahneschnitte"
- "Schuhplattler der Herzen" - "Prince Charming"


Maxi about Maxi (in German)


Und Äktschn (2013/14)
Spieltrieb (2012/13)
Welcome to Bavaria (2011/12)
Was weg is, is weg (2011)
RubbeldieKatz (2011)
War Horse (2011)
Resturlaub (2011)

Films and other work for TV


Books on Tape / Radio

Who can judge whether the signature is really from Maximilian Brueckner??

Photos - a project in the making

Maxi and I (in Bavarian)

German Filmball


Links to other sides of Maxi's Life

His Agency


"I hob hoit des Pech g'habt und des Glück, dass i hoit nix anders konn, ois a bissl rumspuin und auf der Bühne rumhupfn." M.B.

New Interview with Maximilian Brückner
for the German section of this website.
Interview on January 17, 2014 for his new film "Und Äktschn!", which opened in German and Austrian movie theatres on Feb 6, 2014.
Max Brueckner
Exclusive Interview with Maximilian Brückner
(in Bavarian) for the German section of this website.
Interview date was in late January 2012, but due to a string of unforeseen circumstances, publishing it was delayed till early March 2012.

~ News ~

Jan 19 From the Goethe-Institut Glasgow: We continue our film season 'German biographies' with the screening of "Sophie Scholl - Die letzten Tage" (2005) on Thursday, 22 January, 6:30pm (18:30h). 3 Park Circus, Glasgow G3 6AX. The film is shown in German with English subtitles. All welcome! More information
It is the moving portrait of one of the heroines in German history. The film depicts the last six days (17-22 February 1943) in the life of Sophie Scholl from her own perspective: that of a courageous and vibrant young woman who is willing to face death for her belief in the ideals of the 'White Rose'. The Oscar nominated film is directed by Marc Rothemund. With Julia Jentsch as Sophie Scholl, Fabian Hinrichs, Alexander Held, Johanna Gastdorf, André Hennicke, Florian Stetter and Maximilian Brueckner in a small role as Willi Graf.
Jan 18 お め でとう!Yesterday, "Welcome to Bavaria", the short film by Matthias Kossmehl won the Grand Prize at the Tokyo Video Festival 2015.
Jan 5, 2015 Max will turn 36 years young on January 10. If you want to send him congratulations, you should write to:
Maximilian Brückner
c/o die agenten
Ackerstrasse 11b
10115 Berlin
or to: Maximilian Brückner
c/o Münchner Volkstheater
Brienner Strasse 50
80333 Munich
Dec 28, 2014 New set stills of the Made-for-TV film "Spuren des Bösen - Liebe" (Traces of Evil - Love) were uploaded to the website of Filmfonds Wien. Heino Ferch (who was nominated for an Intl. Emmy in 2013 for a previous episode) plays the lead, with Maximilian Brückner gueststarring. So far still no airdate.
Dec 20 On Monday, Maximilian Brückner participated in the "Living Advent Calender - Munich artists for refugees" of the Munich Heilig-Geist-Kirche, together with director Christain Stückl (Full story with picture), and yesterday he presented a young Iraqi refugee, representing refugees and asylum seekers in Munich, with Christmas presents to pass on to all of them. (Full story with picture)
Another article about Maximilian Brückner giving those Christmas presents to young refugees. He and two of his sisters bought a bicycle for one of the girls. (Full story with picture)
Dec 17 Photos from yesterdays premiere of "Tannbach" at the Sony Center in Berlin. Max did not attend (due to a back injury which prevents him from travelling or appearing on stage untill at least February) but his younger brother Florian was there - his part in this 3-part mini series for German TV network ZDF is way larger than the role of Max is. Others in attendance were director Alexander Dierbach, producers Max Wiedemann, Quirin Berg and Gabriela Sperl, and the actors Jonas Nay, Henriette Confurius, Nadja Uhl, Heiner Lauerbach with wife Viktoria, Martina Gedeck, Alexander Held, Maria Dragus, Ronald Zehrfeld and Ludwig Trepte. Getty Images, Wiedemann & Berg and Red Carpet Reports
Dec 3 On Nov 23 'Trachten Brückner' held "Junge Leid, Altes Handwerk", a fair for traditional costume and craft on their grounds in Antwort. Of course Max was attending, both as a model for a hat on a photo, and also in person. More pictures from the event.
Nov 30 On Friday, Nov 28 Maximilian Brückner was one of the 160 guests at the annual ARD advent dinner hosted by Volker Herres, program director of the tv station Erstes Deutsches Fernsehen at the Hotel Bayerischer Hof in Munich to celebrate a successful business year. Other guests included Ulrike Folkerts, Simone Thomalla, Dietmar Bär, Udo Wachtveitl, Miroslav Nemec, Michaela May, Jutta Speidel, Janina Hartwig, Henning Baum, Heiner Lauterbach, Jenny Jürgens, Oliver Berben, Kai Pflaume, Jörg Pilawa and others. Pictures with Max from the event.
Nov 17 We'll have to wait quite a while for new big screen movies with Maximilian Brückner, because all he has filmed since spring 2013 is for German & Austrian televison. And according to a recent e-mal from his agency, no movie is scheduled in the near future. He'll be in a new play about "Siegfried" - the guy from the Nibelungen Saga, written by Feridun Zaimoglu and developed for Max by the Munich Volkstheater, that will premiere in March 2015.
Nov 9 In an article about the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall on Nov 9, Al Jazeera America also briefly mentions "Tannbach": [...] German public-service television station ZDF created a divided village in Besno, in the Czech Republic. Filmed on this set, a new miniseries, "Tannbach," an early Cold War-era family drama due out in January, is meant to ride the wave of ZDF's success with the World War II miniseries "Generation War," released last year.
But in the midst of all these reconstructions and anxieties around them, we have lost sight of the Iron Curtain that didn't fall, the so-called prayer wall, on the border between the former West Germany/Bavaria and Czechoslovakia. [...]
Taken from: "In Germany, the wall that didn't fall" by Yuliya Komska, Al Jazeera America, Nov 8, 2014
The production company W&B Televison has updated their website with some set pictures, but none of Max.
Nov 3 More worldwide festival dates for "Welcome to Bavaria", Matthias Kossmehl's short film (with Maximilian Brückner, Heinz Josef Braun, Njamy Sitson, Joseph Hannesschläger and music by Christoph Well):
12th Kalpanirjhar Intl. Short Fiction Filmfestival, Kolkata/India - 3.11.14, 2pm GenNext II
4th Intl. Youth Festival of Short Cinema & Animation METERS, Tver/Russia - 29./30.11.14
12th Kathmandu Intl. Mountain Film Festival, Kathmandu/Nepal - 11.12.14
Oct 29 Himmeblau, a leisure magazine for Upper Bavaria and Tirol has a nice report about Maximilian Brückner's family, their newly renovated home and their family business Trachten Brückner in its recent issue #7, Nov./Dec. 2014. Article by Christian Topel with photos by Andreas Jacob + photo of Dominikus, Susanne and Maximilian Brückner

Main Site in German
Link to German site

German Website Updates: 1/18 "Welcome to Bavaria" ; 1/11 "Tannbach"/Mini-Series ; 1/8/2015 "Die Hölle bin ich" (I am Hell) ; 12/28/2014 "Spuren des Bösen - Liebe" ; 12/18 Christian Stückl & the Munich Volkstheater, "Willkommen in Hindafing" ; 11/3 "Kommissarin Lucas - Der Wald" ; 10/29 "Die Insassen" (WT) (NEW), Magazines ; 10/24 "Clara Immerwahr" ; 9/13 "Reiff für die Insel" ; 8/26 "Und Äktschn!" (And Action!) ; 8/20 "Schwarzach 23" (WT) ; 6/23 "Inas neues Leben" (Ina's new life) (NEW) ; 6/2 "Und Äktschn!" (And Action!) ; 4/30/ "Spieltrieb" (Gaming Instinct / L'Instinct Du Jeu) ; 3/10 "Bodycheck" (abandoned project) ; 2/3 Interview with Maximilian Brueckner ; 2/2 "Und Äktschn!" - German Premiere

  Page created in April 2010 by EFi ; updated whenever News happen, even if only in Germany.
Latest: 1/19/2015

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