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THE HOUSE OF HEARTS# Patricia Aulitzky, Petra Korner, Theresa von Eltz, Timna Brauer 04.06.2020
Categories: Allgemein


The House of Hearts series present artists involved in filmmaking, in the storytelling with moving pictures, we will also present an artist showing us still pictures aka paintings. art in many ways also pain-things. definitely presenting souls and minds who create identity and soulful narration to show that the arts have a lot to offer to the themes running the current world. join in into the narrative eyes of cinematographers, directors, actors, singers and more…the house of hearts present the great artists Petra Korner, Patricia Aulitzky, Theresa von Eltz, Timna Brauer this thursday night live*


Patricia Aulitzky was born in Salzburg in 1979. Via Canada and South America she came to London, where she developed her passion for acting and singing. She studied in London, Los Angeles and Vienna, where she successfully passed her exams before the equal stage commission in 2003. In the same year she already played the title role in the hit The Girl Rosemarie at the Capitol Theater in Düsseldorf. She has remained true to the theatre to this day, regularly appearing on stage in Salzburg, Vienna, Munich and Frankfurt.

Patricia Aulitzky played her first cinema role in the film Shoppen (2006, director: Ralf Westhoff), her breakthrough came two years later with the female lead role in the cinema hit Falco – Damn, we are still alive! (2008) directed by Thomas Roth. This was followed by various works in film and television, including with director Sabine Derflinger in Zwischen Tag und Nacht (2009), director Michael Schneider in Die Tote ohne Alibi (2011) and Das Ende der Saison (2014), with Nikolai Müllerschön as the daughter of Senta Berger in Almuth & Rita (2013). In 2013, she shot Die Seelen im Feuer (The Souls in the Fire) with director Urs Egger, which was screened at Filmfest München 2014 in the competition for the Bernd Burgemeister Television Award, and with director Andreas Prohaska alongside Heino Ferch in Spuren des Bösen (Emmy Award 2014). This was followed in 2015 by the British-German cinema co-production Remainder by director Omer Fast and the experimental film Prisoner of Vision by artist Gerda Leopold.

In 2015, she took on the title role in the ZDF television film series Lena Lorenz. In April 2018, Aulitzky announced that she would leave the Lena Lorenz television series at her own request and would no longer participate in the series from May 2018. She appeared in 14 episodes as the main character Lena Lorenz.

In November 2019 the Tyrolean country crime thriller „Das Mädchen aus dem Bergsee“ with Patricia Aulitzky in the leading role was shot (directed by Mirjam Unger). In 2020 she will also appear alongside Simon Schwarz in the comedy „Das Glück is a Vogerl“ (directed by Catalina Molina).

Patricia Aulitzky lives in Berlin and Vienna. At the end of 2018 she became mother of a son.


Petra Korner is an award-winning feature film and commercial cinematographer, who is based in the US as well as in Europe. After decades of living in New York, Paris, Los Angeles, London and Buenos Aires, Petra relocated back to her native Vienna, Austria. Her nomadic life has left her fluent in German, English, French and Spanish.

Petra found her life-calling at a very young age, and subsequently received her cinematographic education from NYU’s Tisch School of Arts, as well as the prestigious American Film Institute Conservatory (AFI) in Los Angeles. Since then, Petra has served as the Director of Photography on a vast array of high-end commercials, numerous American and international feature films; both for major studios and independent, as well as recent big-budget television drama.

Four of her feature films have been in competition at the Sundance Film Festival, two of which took home the Dramatic Audience Award. For her career achievement in cinematography, Petra was also awarded with the Kodak Vision Award at the WIF Awards in Hollywood, next to fellow honorees Elisabeth Banks, Holly Hunter, Jennifer Aniston and director Catherine Hardwicke.

American feature films she has shot include THE WACKNESS (Sony Picture Classics), starring Sir Ben Kingsley; Gregor Jordan’s THE INFORMERS, starring Winona Ryder, Kim Basinger, Billy-Bob Thornton, Amber Heard and Mickey Rourke, as well as iconic horror film director Wes Craven’s MY SOUL TO TAKE for Universal. AN ACCEPTABLE LOSS, a political thriller shot in Chicago, was written and directed by Joe Chappelle and stars Jamie Lee Curtis. Petra’s forays into TV include season one episodes of Deborah Harkness’ phantasy adaptation A DISCOVERY OF WITCHES for Sky One, starring Theresa Palmer among an iconic British ensemble cast. Her most recent release is the medieval adventure series THE LETTER FOR THE KING, currently streaming on Netflix worldwide.

Petra is a member of the International Cinematographers Guild (ICG) Hollywood and the Austrian Association of Cinematographers (AAC). She is represented by Innovative Artists agency in Los Angeles, as well as MY Management in London. Her show reels can be viewed on /Petra Korner, AAC – Cinematographer


Theresa von Eltz grew up in the Rhineland. She began her studies in Berlin and completed her studies in politics and history with a master’s degree at the University of Oxford. Immediately afterwards she studied directing at the National Film & Television School in Beaconsfield, England. There she was taught and influenced by the directors Ken Loach and Stephen Frears.

With GECKO she shot her first short film, which was nominated for the Golden Bear at the BerlinaleShorts in 2007. The short films CLOSE and THE SPACE YOU LEAVE followed in 2008. Theresa’s feature film debut 4 KINGS came to German cinemas in 2015, won awards at numerous festivals and won, among others, the German Film Award in bronze in the category BEST FILM in 2016.

After a crime series and a Tatort for German television, she dedicated herself to a new genre in 2019, the children’s film: OSTWIND ARIS ANKUNFT. The feature film was shortlisted for Best Children’s Film of the German Film Award 2020.

After Theresa von Eltz has been able to try her hand at different genres over the last few years, she is currently taking the time to write her own next feature film and is developing an idea for a series. She lives in Vienna and Berlin.


Born in Vienna, daughter of Neomi, a Yemeni Israeli and the Austrian painter Prof. Arik Brauer, Timna Brauer spent the first years of her life in Paris.

Matura at the Vienna Lycée Francais, guitar, piano and vocal training (Vienna Conservatory). Afterwards she studied musicology at the Sorbonne in Paris and master classes in classical music: Elisabeth Grümmer, Simon Baddi, Jazz: Christiane Legrand- CIM Paris, Indian singing: Prof. Javheri,Munich.

Together with the Israeli jazz pianist Elias Meiri, Timna Brauer founded an ensemble in 1985, which still performs regularly internationally. Main focus: Cross Over, Chansons children’s programmes and especially Jewish music in all its facets. Her current CD project – Chant for Peace – was released by Deutsche Grammophon in spring 2015. Together with the Cistercian monks of Heiligenkreuz Timna Brauer sings Jewish sacred music and Gregorian chants.

In the mid-1990s she was head of the jazz singing department at the Vienna University of Music. With the Ensemble Modern Frankfurt, she was successful as Jenny in Kurt Weill’s Dreigroschen Opera at the Schleswig Holstein Music Festival and both MusikTriennale Köln, as well as Evita in the musical of the same name on the Sommerseebühne Klagenfurt. She also interpreted the Golde in the musical Anatevka in the Castle Kittsee and in 2015 in the City Theatre Bozen.

Timna will guide us in the stream through the Museum of her Father Arik Brauer. if you are interested in visiting the Museum live in the near future, you can enter the link which shall lead you to reservations: