Alongside her studies in Theatre Science at Ludwig-Maximilian-University, Nina Ergang works with students at the School for Television and Film in Munich on the set and in the cutting room. In the 1980s, she was co-director for more than 60 episodes of Hans W. Geissendo_rfer’s „Lindenstraße“. Since then, she has been cutting movies, television shows, and documentaries, and supervises the cutting room at the HFF.
Some of her most important early works include: “Adios al Odio” and “Lani und Seinen” with Werner Penzel and Nicolas Humbert; “Von Gewalt keine Rede” with Theodor Kotulla in 1990; and “Donnerstag auf Kanal 4”, a compilation programm that received the 1991 Grimme Prize. Then came evening-filling documentaries: in 1991 “Celibidache” under the direction of Jan Schmidt-Garre, in 1992 “Celibidache—The triumphant return” under the direction of Wolfgang Becker, in 1992 also “La Musica e_ Quattro” directed by Rolaie Schweitzer, and television and theatre films with such people as Theodor Kotulla: “Nacht der Frauen”, a three-part miniseries for ZDF, and “Tot auf Halde”, as well as “Ku_ss mich!” in 1995 and “Die Liebesdienerin” in 1997 with Maris Pfeiffer (director). Nina Ergang cut “Tatorte” with Markus Fischer (1995 and 1996); Niki Stein’s theatre film “Still Movin’” and Thomas Freundner’s “Traumfrau mit Nebenwirkungen” (1998); “Up and Dancing—the Magic Stilts of Trinidad” and “Akini”, both directed by Harald Rumpf. Together with Alexander Adolpf, she created the 2006 documentary “Die Hochstapler” as co-director and cutter.

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