Sabine Weber

Fiction Department

Born 10th October 1964 in Vienna, Austria

Study of German language and literature, University of Vienna During the study working for different magazines

1983 – 1995 Lector at a publishing house (Ueberreuter), Specialized on children’s books, historic books Translations (English – German) Since 1992 Head of department of specialized books: non-fiction books, Austrian history, biographies

Since 1996 ORF (Austrian Broadcasting Corporation) 1996 - 2000 press relations officer of Kathrin Zechner (programme manager)

From 2001 to 2008 Head of ORF department “TV Movies and Series - acquisition” ( TV-movies, series, co-productions, children’s programs)

From 2008 commissioning editor and producer ORF fiction department (responsible for TV-movies and series, eg iEmmy-award-winning “A Day For A Miracle”, “Polt”, “Soko Donau”, “Die Toten von Salzburg”, “Die Toten vom Bodensee”, “Kästner und der kleine Dienstag”, “Freud”, “School of Champions” and many more)

Conference 2023

Wed, 14.06.23 / 10:00 - 11:00
Cinenova / Theatre 2
Torsten Zarges, Julius Windhorst, Carina Bernd, Frank Seyberth, Hauke Bartel, Michael Brönnimann, Sebastian Lückel, Tobias Rosen, Johanna Kraus, Sabine Holtgreve, Petra Hengge, Sabine Weber, Benjamina Mirnik-Voges
Overview of the German, Austrian and Swiss production landscape. Decision-makers and commissioning editors give insights into their projects and what kind of partners and ideas they are looking for.