Katharina Wöppermann, also Katharina Mayer-Wöppermann (b. 1962 in Vienna) is an Austrian stage and scene designer. Katharina Wöppermann studied stage design at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, graduating in 1986 as Magistra. Since 1983 she has been working as a freelance costume and scene designer, among others she has worked repeatedly with the directors Barbara Albert and Jessica Hausner as well as director Götz Spielmann. As a stage and costume designer, for example, she worked at the Bregenz Festival and the Raimundspiele Gutenstein. From the mid-1990s, she has been teaching film, television and video at the University of Music and Performing Arts Graz at the Institute of Stage Design. At the Women's FilmTagen 2015 she was honored with a "Personale" Katharina Wöppermann is a member of the Academy of Austrian Film and the Association of Austrian Film Designers (VÖF).
Movies & TV shows
Alice, a single mother who is more dedicated to her work as a genetic engineer than to her teenage son Joe, develops a new variety of flower that is supposed to have the ability to make its owner happ...
Drei Eier im Glas
According to an African fairy tale, every child receives a song from their parents that they carry with them throughout their lives. Richard, an orphaned Tanzanian immigrant, has never had his own son...
Half a life
A woman is raped and killed. The fact that the murderer was never found makes it hard for her father to reconcile with her death. Half of his life he searches. New perspectives are opening after more ...
Jojo, a bicycle messenger prone to daydreaming, gets a job offer from a stranger that begins to blur the lines between fantasy and reality. When the route becomes a regular assignment, Jojo finds roma...
Thomas keeps his head above water with his life of crime. He pretended to be a ticket inspector on the tram to get money from fare-dodgers, but was confronted by a genuine inspector, who won his inspe...
An unusual love story between a farmer from a small village and a 25-year-old recently released prisoner from Vienna. First he wins the acceptance and sympathy of the villagers before his past catches...
Friederike Gsweiner won the Austrian Book Prize for her work on the opera adaptation of The Hunting Gun. The stage director for an opera made his directorial debut. Three women talk in three letters t...