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Frank Behnke (II)

Frank Behnke is known for his work on Run Lola Run (1998), Ecstasy: The Longing and Loneliness of Laura Stearn (2010) and German Angst (2015). See full bio »

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Known For

Run Lola Run
Run Lola Run Sound Department
(1998)
German Angst
German Angst Sound Department
(2015)
Verspielte Nächte
Verspielte Nächte Sound Department
(1997)

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 2015 The Man in the Case (Short) (sound) / (sound editor) (post-production)
 2016 Blue Velvet Revisited (Documentary) (boom operator)
 2016 Etage X (Short) (sound)
 2015 German Angst (sound designer - segments "Final Girl", "Make a Wish") / (sound recordist - segment "Final Girl")
 2013 Die Katzen der Atalante (Short) (sound editor) / (sound mixer)
 2012 Stolz des Ostens (Short) (sound designer)
 2010 Uferwellen (Short) (sound designer)
 2008 Heimspiel (TV Short) (sound designer)
 2008 Suzuki (Short) (sound designer)
 2000 Summertime (Short) (sound)
 1998 Run Lola Run (sound)
 1997 Verspielte Nächte (sound)
 1996 King of Evergreen (TV Movie) (sound editor)
 1993 Achtundzwanzichtausend Wünsche (TV Movie) (sound)
 1991 Atemnot (TV Movie) (sound)
 1989 Der Philosoph (sound)
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