About The Speaker
Anna Kühlein is a German film composer who works in Berlin and Leipzig. She studied music production with a focus on composition, piano and recording technology before successfully completing her studies in film music at the renowned Film University Babelsberg KONRAD WOLF in 2020. Her repertoire ranges from orchestral compositions to subtle, electronic and experimental sounds. Thanks to her versatility and empathetic intuition, she creates musical atmospheres and individual soundscapes for every project. Her TV work includes the internationally successful multi-part series "Ku'damm 59" (director: Sven Bohse, in collaboration with Maurus Ronner), the third season of the youth series "Wir sind jetzt" (director: Christian Klandt) and the ZDF Neo series "Decision Game" (director: Benjamin Pfohl) and "Was wir fürchten" (director: Daniel Rübesam). Anna Kühlein wrote the music for the highly acclaimed cinema documentaries "Wem gehört mein Dorf?" (director: Christoph Eder), which was nominated for Best Documentary Film in 2022, and "Anima - Die Kleider meines Vaters" (director: Uli Decker), which won the "Best Documentary Film" and "Audience Award Documentary Film" categories at the 43rd Max Ophüls Prize Film Festival. In 2022, she composed the music for Doris Dörrie's latest feature film, "Freibad". In 2019, she received the German Film Music Award in the "Young Talent" category for her achievements in the film music industry.