Wolfgang Fischer was born in 1970 in Vienna/Austria. He studied Psychology and Painting at the University of Vienna followed by studies of Film at the Art Academy of Düsseldorf and at the Academy of Media Arts (KHM) in Cologne. Beside various teaching assignments he was working as an assistant for Paul Morrissey and Nan Hoover. He was awarded a scholarship by the Munich Screenplay Program and by Equinoxe Europe. His films include: “In Time” (experimental, 1994), 9h11 (1999), “Remake of the Remake” (documentary, 1999), “Disk – Dusk” (1999), “Schoen 2000” (2000), “Grau” (2001), and “What You Don't See” (2009). He is now in preproduction of the feature films Styx, The Bear and the series The Highway of Tears and Deserted.