Arthur W. Ahrweiler

Director of Photography - Germany
Born September 24, 1951

Mini-Biography:
Arthur W. Ahrweiler was born on September 24, 1951. He is a German Director of Photography, known for Lilli Lottofee (Serienhaupttitel) (1991), Eureka (1992), Morlock - König Midas (1993), Arthur W. Ahrweiler's first movie on record is from 1991. His last motion picture on file dates from 2015.

Arthur W. Ahrweiler Filmography [Auszug]
2015: [] Kommissar Dupin - Bretonisches Gold (Director of Photography), Directed by Thomas Roth, with Pasquale Aleardi, , ,
2013: [05.20] Tote im Eis (Director of Photography), Directed by Niki Stein, with Manfred Zapatka, , ,
2012: [11.01] Rommel (Director of Photography), Directed by Niki Stein, with , Benjamin Sadler, ,
2010: [12.15] Morgen musst Du sterben (Director of Photography), Directed by Niki Stein, with Uwe Kockisch, Susanne Lothar, Matthias Habich,
2006: [12.03] Tatort - Der Tag des Jägers (Director of Photography), Directed by Niki Stein, with Andrea Sawatzki, Jörg Schüttauf, Anica Dobra,
2006: [] Der Mann im Strom (Director of Photography), Directed by Niki Stein, with Jan Fedder, Peter Kurth, ,
2005: [10.09] Tatort - Leerstand (Director of Photography), Directed by Niki Stein, with Andrea Sawatzki, Jörg Schüttauf, Christian Berkel,
2005: [] Tatort - Schürfwunden (Director of Photography), Directed by Niki Stein, with Klaus J. Behrendt, Dietmar Bär, Jona Mues,
2003: [12.21] Tatort - Das Böse (Director of Photography), Directed by Niki Stein, with Andrea Sawatzki, Jörg Schüttauf, Peter Lerchbaumer,
2003: [] Die Quittung (Director of Photography), Directed by Niki Stein, with Jan Gregor Kremp, Heikko Deutschmann, ,
2002: [04.21] Tatort - Oskar (Director of Photography), Directed by Niki Stein, with Andrea Sawatzki, Jörg Schüttauf, Peter Lerchbaumer,
2001: [09.19] Strangers (Director of Photography), Directed by Niki Stein, with Péter Franke, Nicola Thomas, ,
1999: [12.05] Tatort - Martinsfeuer (Director of Photography), Directed by Niki Stein, with Klaus J. Behrendt, Dietmar Bär, ,
1998: [/ /1] Tatort - Manila (Director of Photography), Directed by Niki Stein, with Dietmar Bär, Klaus J. Behrendt, Mathieu Carrière,
1997: [06.18] Jagd nach CM 24 (The Hunt for CM24) (Director of Photography), Directed by Peter Ristau, with Hans-Dieter Brückner, Eric P. Caspar, Michael Greiling,
1996: [07.28] Tatort - Der Phönix-Deal (Director of Photography), Directed by Peter Ristau, with Winfried Glatzeder, Thomas Grünholz, Hans Peter Hallwachs,
1994: [01.03] Mach die Musik leiser (Director of Photography), Directed by Thomas Arslan, with Marquard Bohm, Henry Reinke, Daniela Radovanovic,
1993: [09.12] Morlock - König Midas (Director of Photography), Directed by Klaus Emmerich, with Muriel Baumeister, Edgar M. Böhlke, Maddalena Crippa,
1992: [/ /1] Eureka (Director of Photography), Directed by Hans Noever, Franz Peter Wirth, with James Aubrey, Elisabeth Rath, Raymond Pellegrin,
1991: [/ /1] Lilli Lottofee (Serienhaupttitel) (Director of Photography), Directed by Michael Verhoeven, with , Gundula Liebisch, Heinz Hoenig,

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