Peter Keglevic is one of the most distinctive directors and script writers in the German film and television business. He began his successful career 24 years ago directing the TV movie Im Zossener Bad, for which he also wrote the script. This was followed by, among others, the feature film Tragique (1977) and the TV movies Der Zauberlehrling (1977), Auf freiem Fuss (1978), Zuhaus in der Fremde (1979) and Die Jahre Vergehen (1980). In the years that followed, some of his most important works were the feature films Bella Donna (1982), The Cop and the Girl (1985) as well as the TV movies Das Milliardenspiel (1988) and Dort oben im Wald bei diesen Leuten (1989). From 1993–1998, he directed a series of productions for the private broadcaster RTL, among them Kommissar Beck – Der Polizistenmoerder (1993), Der Tag der Abrechnung (1994), Die Roy Black Story (1996), for which he received the RTL Golden Lion, as well as the thriller Vicky’s Nightmare (1997) starring Katja Flint and Christoph Waltz, Falling Rocks (1999), Dance with the Devil (Der Tanz mit dem Teufel, TV, 2001), and Betty (2002).