cast members were added to "Schwarzach
23", a Made-for TV-movie about a family of Bavarian cops,
with Maximilian Brückner, Friedrich
von Thun and Gundi Ellert, directed by Matthias Tiefenbacher: Marlene
Morreis, Thomas Schmauser, Michael A. Grimm
and Frederic Linkemann. Principal photography is scheduled to
begin on July 22 in Munich.
festival dates for the award winning short film "Welcome to Bavaria" by Matthias
28.7. - 2.8. Malescorto
Film Festival, Malesco/IT
31.7. - 3.8. CineFringe
Film Festival, Edinburgh/GB
no movies with Maximilian Brückner screened at the recent 32th
Munich Filmfest, he attended some entertainment business get-togethers.
Some pictures from the various events.
agency 'die agenten' has again changed one of his promotional
which were first uploaded in early 2013 to a brand new one. Take a look at it.
yet another new project of Max, again for German TV network ZDF, was
announced today: "Schwarzach 23", with Friedrich
von Thun and Gundi Ellert, director Matthias Tiefenbacher, script Michael Proehl. Filming from 7/22
to 8/22/2014. No further information so far.
new project is the made-for-TV-movie "Inas neues Leben" (Ina's new
life) for German TV network ZDF. Andrea Sawatzki plays the title role,
Florian Froschmayer is directing after a script by Birgit Maiwald.
Filming in Berlin had began on 6/17 and will take until 7/16/2014.
Saturday, June 21 the Brückner family opened their store for
traditional Bavarian clothing, "Trachten Brückner". Here are
some photos, provided by the music trio 'Die Perlseer Dirndl' (where
Susanne Brückner is one of the members), showing some more
members of the family, like Max carrying food supplies or Niki behind
the bar or Xaver behind the sales counter of the shop. The photos. Website
of the store.
agency 'die agenten' has changed some of his promotional headshots,
which were first uploaded in early 2013. This is the current selection.
Immerwahr" with Katharina Schüttler in the title
Maximilian Brückner as her husband, nobelprize winner Fritz
Haber, will premier tomorrow both on Austrian TV ORF2 and on German TV
ARD at 8:15pm.
Here are some teasers and trailers: German
teaser, German trailer, Austrian
award-winning German short film "Welcome
to Bavaria" by Matthias Kossmehl, with Maximilian
Brückner, Heinz-Josef Braun, Njamy Sitson, and Josef
Hannesschläger is now available on DVD through its official
website @ http://www.welcometobavaria-film.de/shop.
Filmclip, in OV w/Engl. subtitles.
set report from the 3-part mini series "Tannbach" for German TV network
ZDF, which is currently filmed in the Czech Republic, Thuringia and
Bavaria. By Katharina Riehl for Süddeutsche
Zeitung, April 30, 2014
Schnitzler's movie version of Juli Zeh's successful novel "Spieltrieb"/"Gaming Instinct"
Barthel, Jannik Schümann and Maximilian Brückner)
will be released in Germany & Austria on DVD,
and as Download on April 30. Official
announcement clip from distributor Concorde Home
||New set stills and the official press release (with more
photos) from producing network ARD for "Clara Immerwahr", which will
premiere both on German TV network ARD and on Austrian TV ORF2 on May
28, at 20:15h.
Brückner's next project will be the 5th episode, titled "Liebe"
(Love) of the German-Austrian TV-series "Spuren des Bösen"
(Traces of Evil), in
the role of charismatic Michael
Auer, for ZDF & ORF. Emmy nominated actor Heino Ferch will
return as Richard Brock.
from a way too short vacation, with some news about Max:
On March 25, the Made-for-TV movie "Clara Immerwahr" was presented to
German press, with a string of photos and
video interviews with Katharina Schüttler
It will air on German TV network ARD and on Austrian TV ORF2, both on
May 28 at 20:15h.
official confirmation that Max is indeed be part of the large cast
for the 3-part mini series "Tannbach" (WT) (about a small
village torn between Bavaria and Thuringia in
post-war Germany), for German TV
network ZDF was also released on March 25. Other cast members: Nadja
Uhl, Heiner Lauterbach, Martina Gedeck, Henriette Confurius, Jonas Nay,
Ludwig Trepte, Alexander Held, Ronald Zehrfeld, Maria Dragus, Florian
Wörner, and more. Alexander Dierbach is directing after a
script by Josephin and Robert Thayenthal. Filming in the Czech
Thuringia and Bavaria takes place until mid-July, with a broadcast date
in early 2015.