Werner Boote is an Austrian filmmaker, director, writer & keynote-speaker.
Born in 1965 in Vienna, Werner Boote started out as a cable boy at ORF (Austrian Broadcaster). He studied drama and theater arts, journalism and sociology at the University of Vienna and at the film academy.
After years of being an assistant director (to Robert Dornhelm, Ulrich Seidl, Bud Spencer, Marvin J. Chomsky and others), Boote began making his own films in 1993.
His initial focus was on music, including the videos Anouk - Sacrifice (1999) and Andrea Bocelli - Tuscan Skies (2002). Numerous award-winning documentaries followed, for example Kurt Rydl - The Gladiator (2007), which was nominated for the FIPA European Film Award.
His countless corporate image films have been highly decorated.
From 1993 to 2002 Werner Boote lived and worked in Amsterdam. He now resides in Vienna.
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