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Regina Schebrak is considered for an important role in 'The Trilogy', the mega film project written and directed by Bruno Pischiutta.

Actress Regina Schebrak Has an Excellent Preparation for Her International Film Career

(Regina Schebrak is considered for an important role in “The Trilogy”, the mega film project written and directed by Bruno Pischiutta. Photo by Valentin Ivanov.)

Regina Schebrak has studied the techniques followed by leading actors, such as Grace Kelly and Nicole Kidman, and she is now being considered for a challenging role in the mega film project, The Trilogy.

By Bruno Pischiutta

Regina Schebrak is a German actress who grew up in a small Bavarian village at the foot of the Alps. She realized that acting was her future world when still a child, because by acting she felt alive and fulfilled with love; she felt that only when performing could people see her for how she really was. Although she grew up surrounded by many members of her family, she felt solitary within, as if people did not notice her, and she fought the conflict between being loved while feeling lonely. When she was very young, she had already realized that the village was not enough for her, that she wished to see the world, live different experiences and eventually get to do what she wanted. Her actions followed those main desires and, in a very independent way, she succeeded in everything she longed for: Regina traveled to different countries and worked in many different jobs to support herself and to learn everything she needed to in order to get to the world of theater, television and film.

(Regina Schebrak)

Although Regina demonstrated a great sensitivity and a natural talent for acting since her youth, she realized that in order to fully succeed in her career, she had to study everything she could about acting and understand what techniques and methods the great actors of the past and present used in their quest for greatness.

(Regina Schebrak – Photo by Rudolf Ehrenreich)

Regina moved to the USA to learn North American English. Her professional training began in Oklahoma where, while working to support herself, she studied improvisation. She then returned to Europe and went to Paris where she worked, learned the French language, and had the opportunity to study at Acting International, the famous French theater and film school for the professional training of actors. After completing the French part of her studies, Regina chose to live and continue her studies of acting in greater depth in Vienna.

(Regina Schebrak – Photo by Rudolf Ehrenreich)

In addition to the Stanislavski method, followed by great actors such as Brando, Pacino and Marilyn Monroe, she studied the Meisner technique, followed by Diane Keaton, Grace Kelly, Gregory Peck, Jack Nicholson and Kathy Bates, to name just a few. Regina also learned about Michael Chekhov’s Psychophysical approach, used by Gary Cooper, Ingrid Bergman, Anthony Quinn, and Clint Eastwood, and followed the Susan Batson method, favored by Nicole Kidman, Tom Cruise, Juliette Binoche and Oprah Winfrey, among others.

(Regina Schebrak – Photo by Barbara Maria Hutter)

So far, Regina Schebrak has co-starred next to established Austrian actors such as Roland Düringer, Erwin Steinhauer and Johannes Silberschneider. She has played cheeky female characters at the Theater Scala in Vienna, demanding and troubled female characters in German TV series and Austrian TV films, one of which, A Life Worth Living, is currently in post-production, and has performed in a musical show on tour across China.

For my part, I can say that I met Regina virtually, during the casting for the first film of my upcoming film project, The Trilogy

(Regina Schebrak – Photo by Barbara Maria Hutter)

The audition I gave her was for a minor character at first, but after meeting her and realizing the exceptional artistic preparation she possesses, I developed the part I originally wanted to entrust to her further, and I am certain that her sensitivity and imagination will make the most of what I wrote for her.

Regina Schebrak loves to play and portray female characters who are tender, but who persist stronger than expected; she wants to give voice to women who have been silenced, but who have a fierce heart.


The Trilogy, the highly anticipated project that touches on sensitive and very actual subjects of our time, such as freedom of speech, the sexualization of children, Satanism, and pedophilia, is the latest creation of Maestro Bruno Pischiutta, who wrote the original screenplays. The Trilogy consists of three feature films and three documentaries that will be produced by Bruno Pischiutta and Daria Trifu. The motion pictures will be directed by Pischiutta while the documentaries will be directed by Trifu.

Bruno Pischiutta, member of the European Film Academy, is an internationally celebrated and awarded writer, director and producer whose career spans more than five decades. He is especially noted for his socially and existentially oriented films.

(Film Director Bruno Pischiutta)

Pischiutta is one of the last great Italian filmmakers of his generation. During his career, he created and developed numerous feature films in Europe, America, Africa and Asia, and won important awards in several countries.

In China, he wrote and developed the feature film The Sepia Portrait, and in Ghana he completed the feature Punctured Hope, which the Hollywood Political Film Society recognized as the Best Film Exposé and Best Film on Human Rights of that year, and proposed it for nomination at the Academy Awards®.


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