Anika Decker

Anika Decker

Regie, Drehbuch, Produzent
*01.08.1975 Marburg

Biography

Anika Decker was born in Marburg on August 1 1975. She studied literature in Munich before eventually taking a job in a production company and starting out in the film business. She garnered first-hand experience working in different departments, including stints as line producer and script supervisor, and completed an apprenticeship as TV producer in Cologne. Decker was part of the production staff of the reality format "Big Brother", worked on screenplays for the telenovela "Tessa - Leben für die Liebe" (2005/2006), and was author of a sex column in a skateboarding magazine.

By chance, she made the acquaintance of Til Schweiger, who hired her as a co-author for his comedy "Keinohrhasen" ("Rabbits Without Ears", 2007). With over six million admissions, the film turned out to be a tremendous box-office success and garnered numerous accolades, including the Ernst-Lubitsch-Preis, the Deutsche Comedy-Preis and the audience award at the Bavarian Film Awards. The sequel "Zweiohrküken" ("Rabbits Without Ears 2", 2009), again written by Decker and Schweiger, also became a popular hit with over four million admissions.

Decker went on to win the Austrian Film Award "Romy" for her screenplay to Detlev Buck's "Rubbeldiekatz" ("Woman in Love", 2011), a comedy about a man disguising himself as a woman set in the film industry.
In 2015, Anika Decker made her debut as writer-director with the feature film comedy "Traumfrauen", which revolves around the romantic adventures and mishaps of four unlikely female friends.

Filmography

2016/2017 High Society
Director, Screenplay, Co-Producer
 
2015/2016 SMS für dich
Screenplay
 
2014/2015 Traumfrauen
Director, Screenplay, Co-Producer
 
2012/2013 Keinohrhase und Zweiohrküken
Dialogue
 
2011 Rubbeldiekatz
Screenplay
 
2009 Zweiohrküken
Screenplay
 
2007 Keinohrhasen
Screenplay
 

Overview

Literature

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