© 2019 by Anne Bürger

Anne started her career as a director and cinematographer for TV and cinema after graduating from the University for Film and Television in Munich. Her primary focus has been documentary films.

Since 2012, Anne has been also working as a director and DoP for commercials and branded content.


Her films have been shown and presented awards at festivals including the Venice Film Festival, Cannes Film Festival, Camerimage Film Festival, Film Festival Montreal, Munich International Documentary Film Festival, New York Tribeca, and Berlin International Festival.


While she has been the DoP of most of her own projects, Anne also enjoys doing the cinematography for films of other directors.

She values powerful imagery and a strong visual language in her own films. Working as a documentary filmmaker helped her develop a good sense of leadership, which gives her films a visible authenticity. 


Anne’s broad spectrum of commercials and TV shows is not limited to any one industry, but a significant portion of her work has involved children, fashion, and cars. She has extensive experience shooting in foreign countries, especially in Africa and Asia.



Official participant of the European Documentary Campus Masterschool 


Participation in the ARTE-Rush Editing Masterclass in Paris;

Official participant of the Kodak Cinematography 

Masterclass with Vilmos Zsigmond and John Schwartzman in Budapest


2000 – 2007
Studies of Documentary Film and Cinematography at
University for Television and Film Munich

​Diplom in Directing and Cinematography 


Internship at ARRI Camera Rental Munich


Second assistant director at Residenztheater München
(„The Black Rider“ directed by Andreas Kriegenburg)


1997 – 1999
Studies of Theatre, History of Art, German Literature and Italian Philology at Ludwig Maxilimilian University Munich


Studies of French Literature at Institut Catholique in Paris

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