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TOM TYKWER (Writer/Director/Producer/Composer) is one of Germany's most exciting filmmakers. In 1999, he made his international breakthrough with the adrenaline-fuelled "Run Lola Run," which, as well as directing, he also wrote and composed. The film, starring Franka Potente, was both a commercial and critical success, going on to become the most successful German film of that year.

He followed this with "The Princess and the Warrior," again starring Franka Potente, and then with his first English-language film, "Heaven," starring Cate Blanchett and Giovanni Ribisi. In 2006, Tykwer co-wrote and directed "Perfume: The Story of a Murderer," starring Ben Wishaw, Dustin Hoffman, Alan Rickman and Rachel Hurd-Wood, a sumptuous and provocative adaptation of the seminal book. His next film was the sleek thriller "The International," with Clive Owen and Naomi Watts. Most recently he completed the German language film "3" ("Drei").

Tykwer's earlier films include "Winter Sleepers" and his feature film directorial debut, "Deadly Maria."


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