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|Born||27 July 1940|
|Died||11 November 1981 (aged 41)|
Alf Brustellin (27 July 1940 – 11 November 1981) was an Austrian film director and screenwriter. He directed six films between 1972 and 1979. He co-directed the 1978 film Germany in Autumn, which won the Special Recognition Award at the 28th Berlin International Film Festival. Alf Brustellin worked together with Bernhard Sinkel as a director and screenwriter team.
Brustellin was in a relationship with Hannelore Elsner from 1973 until his death. He died in a car accident.
- BerlingerBernhard Sinkel) (1975) (co-director:
- Der Mädchenkrieg (1977) (co-director: Bernhard Sinkel) — (based on a novel by Manfred Bieler )
- Germany in Autumn (anthology film, 1978)
- Der SturzMartin Walser) (1979) — (based on a novel by
- Lina Braake (1975)
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