Pamela Katz is best known for the dramatic historical films she's written in collaboration with the legendary director Margarethe von Trotta: Rosenstrasse, about German civilian resistance to Hitler, The Other Woman, about the Stasi Romeos in former East Germany, and Hannah Arendt, portraying a German émigré’s controversial encounter with the Nazi Adolf Eichmann.
HOME SWEET HOME
This romantic comedy takes a bittersweet journey through modern society, finding out what has changed, what hasn’t, what never will, and what might. It's an enter-taining ride, picking up passengers on Mars and Venus, and finally crash-landing in a humorous attempt to unite them on Earth.
ZDF Broadcast 1999/2000/2002.
BACK TO SQUARE ONE
Starring Katarina Thalbach, Detlev Buck, Udo Samel and Harald Juhnke.
A comedy in the spirit of Ernst Lubitsch, featuring actors who defined modern German cinema.
1994 Berlin Film Festival.
2 MEN, 2 WOMEN, 4 PROBLEMS
The truth about two marriages comes to light on a fateful weekend in Venice.
THE OTHER WOMAN
Director: Margarethe von Trotta. Starring Barbara Sukowa, Barbara Auer and Stefan Kurt. Based on true stories about the scandalous spies, known as "Romeos," who worked for the Stasi: the East German secret police.
WDR Broadcast 2004/ 2006/ 2008. Festivals include: Museum of Modern Art International Film Festival, Moscow International Film Festival, Shanghai Television Festival, Taormina Film Festival.