Reiner Holzemer (born 1958 in Gemuenden) is a German director, producer and cameraman.
Reiner Holzemer completed a degree in theater studies, sociology and education. Subsequently, founding and building up a group of independent filmmakers. Self-taught as a writer, director, cameraman and editor of documentaries. 1983 Foundation of Reiner Holzemer Filmproduktion. To date, more than 35 documentaries have been made, mainly artist portraits of William Eggleston, Juergen Teller, August Sander, Walker Evans, René Burri, Robert Lebeck, Thomas Hoepker, Magnum Photos, Anton Corbijn, Dries Van Noten and Martin Margiela. Since 2002 appointed a member of the German Society for Photography e.V. (DGPh). His films "Dries" and "Martin Margiela - In his own words" have been shown at numerous film festivals around the world and sold in over 64 countries. In 2020, The Hollywood Reporter voted Holzemer's film about Martin Margiela the best fashion documentary of the decade.
- 2019: Martin Margiela – In his own words
- 2016: Dries
- 2014/2015: Hans Haas – Portrait of a Chef
- 2014: Anton Corbijn – Most Wanted
- 2013: The Highway War II
- 2012: Everything originates from Black and disappears in White
- 2011: August Sander – Journey to Sardinia
- 2011: Juergen Teller – Photographer
- 2011: Caroline Link – My Life
- 2010: What happened after the shooting?
- 2008: William Eggleston – Photographer
- 2005/2006: Soccer Season
- 2004: René Burri – Photographer
- 2003: August Sander – People of the 20th Century
- 2001: Gunboots
- 2000: Walker Evans – Photographs of America
- 1999: Herbert List – Photographer of Magical Silence
- 1997: Magnum Photos – The Changing of a Myth
- 1996: Eyewitnesses: Robert Lebeck, Thomas Hoepker, Max Scheler, Stefan Moses
- 1996: Luxor – Las Vegas
- 1995: New York Taxi Driver
- 1994: East German Portraits: Stefan Moses
- 1993: Ray d'Addario – Photographer of the Nuremberg Trials
In the media
- "The 10 Best Fashion Documentaries of the Decade". The Hollywood Reporter. 2019-12-19. Retrieved 2021-01-27.
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