Heinrich Breloer (German pronunciation: [ˌbʀeˈløːɐ̯], born 17 February 1942 in Gelsenkirchen) is a German author and film director. He has mainly worked on docudramas related to modern German history and has received many awards. Breloer's 2005 docudrama Speer und Er was described as a milestone in the understanding of Nazi Germany by the German people.
- The Axe of Wandsbek (co-director: Horst Königstein, 1982, TV film) — based on a novel by Arnold Zweig
- Treffpunkt im Unendlichen (co-director: Horst Königstein, 1984, TV film) — based on a novel by Klaus Mann
- Eine geschlossene Gesellschaft (1987, TV film)
- Die Staatskanzlei (1989, TV film) — (about Uwe Barschel)
- Kollege Otto (1991, TV film) — (about Bernd Otto and the co op Affair)
- Wehner – die unerzählte Geschichte (1993, TV film) — (about Herbert Wehner)
- Todesspiel (1997, TV film) — (about the German Autumn)
- Die Manns – Ein Jahrhundertroman (2001, TV miniseries) — (about Thomas Mann)
- Speer und Er (2005, TV miniseries) — (about Albert Speer)
- Buddenbrooks (2008) — based on the novel Buddenbrooks by Thomas Mann
- Brecht (2019, TV film) — (about Bertolt Brecht)
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- Literature by and about Heinrich Breloer in the German National Library catalogue
- Heinrich Breloer on IMDb
- Heinrich Breloer at SWR1 - Leute, 7 January 2009, with MP3 file, 28:43 Min. and 25 December 2008
- Bio on ARTE
- Interview with Der Spiegel, 24 November 2008
- Schirrmacher, Frank. "Breloers Film über Albert Speer: Der Engel fährt zur Hölle" – via www.faz.net.
- Sereny, Gitta. "Speer: architect of a lie?" – via www.thetimes.co.uk.