After obtaining his master’s degree in Theatre, Film and TV studies, Wilm Huygen (b. 1979) studied directing at the Academy for Media Arts Cologne.
His graduation documentary film DER SCHWULE NEGER NOBI (2010), a portrait about a black, gay, East-German kiosk owner, premiered at the Film Festival Max-Ophüls-Preis. His TV documentary ENDTIMES (2012) won the Phoenix Advancement Award. His documentary THE COALMAN (2011) was awarded with the ‘Deutsche Kamerapreis’ (German Camera Award).
|TOUR DU FASO
2013 / Documentary / 90 min / HD
2012 / Documentary / 60 min / HD / Phoenix Award
|THE HARDEST TIME
2012 / Documentary / 45 min / HD
2011 / Documentary / 30 min / HD / Deutscher Kamerapreis
|DER SCHWULE NEGER NOBI
2010 / Documentary / 60 min / HD / Max Ophüls Preis 2010
2009 / Documentary / 20 min / HD