Since 2010 Niklas Goslar works as an independent filmmaker based in Munich, Germany.

At the end of 2018 he directed his first documentary feature, Mother of Tibetans. The self-produced film focuses on the life and work of the late Irmtraut Waeger, long-time chairwoman of German Aid For Tibetans and close friend of His Holiness the Dalai Lama. The film won numerous awards at international film festivals around the globe. His second documentary, Dialogue With Wood, a portrait of the Bavarian artist Ernst Gamperl, was screened on Servus TV Austria in 2021. The long-term study accompanies the artist and his Tree of Life project for more than ten years. Besides documentaries Goslar concentrates on the fields of Image Film, Event Film, Brand and Promotional Videos where he worked with many renowned companies as well as universities and foundations.

Niklas Goslar, born 1978 in Munich studied Film & Television combined with Cultural Studies at Roehampton University in London. After university he concentrated on his passion for documentary film and began his career at the documentary department of the internationally known Bavaria Film Studios. Directly afterwards he partnered with different independent directors and producers working on numerous national and international documentary film productions, in various countries and continents, holding many different high responsibility positions.

Niklas Goslar is currently working on his next documentary feature.