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Annette Hess To Receive The Inaugural Deadline German TV Disruptor Award At Seriencamp; Cologne-Based Festival Also Beefs Up Streamer Presence, Adds Sessions On Queer Representation

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Annette Hess will receive the first-ever Deadline German TV Disruptor Award at Seriencamp next month. Hess has created some of the most memorable German drama series of recent years with work including Weisensee and the Ku’damm series, to Disney+ show The Interpreter of Silence, based on Hess’ novel Deutsches Haus.

Ku’damm fans are currently waiting on a new series, Ku’damm 77, which Hess is in the process of writing with production set for early 2026.

As well as being a creative powerhouse, Hess is an outspoken advocate for change at an industry level. Living up to the Disruptor moniker, she has championed efforts to strengthen the role of writers and screenwriters in film and TV, and continues to fight for better representation for women in the business.

Hess will collect the inaugural German TV Disruptor Award at Seriencamp in Cologne, and take part in a fireside chat about her work and career.

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