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Renate Günther-Greene was born in 1944 in the former Czechoslovakia, grew up in Vienna, and moved to Düsseldorf at the age of 25. She was creative director at an international advertising agency, creating and producing TV campaigns, before she started making documentary films. Her films include: The ABC of Life (2006), There is no G in Box (Das G muss weg, 2006), The Man Who Listens (Ein Mann hört zu, 2007), Before the Tracks are Lost on the Wind (Ehe die Spuren verwehen, 2007), Düsseldorf-Theresienstadt 50 Reichsmark (2008), and The Unworthy (Die Unwertigen, 2009).