Andreas Landeck is a german director, cameraman and editor of award winning documentaries and fictions. After his formation as a photographer by Kay Degenhardt in Hamburg, he studied at the Max Reinhardt Seminar Theatre School in Vienna and did a Masters program at the Conservatoire National d`Arts Supérieur in Paris.
In the french capital, he started making films as an autodidact. He edited films, such as, amongst others: „Foreign” by M. Fassbender and „Glaube Sitte Heimat“ by J. Ellinghaus. His short film “Correspondences” won the best European short film award (section The labo) at the Go Short international film festival in Nijmegen/Netherlands. Since 1999 he lives mostly in south of France. Hitchcock in Uzès is his first feature film as an director.