Dennis Albrecht

  • 1997 Workshop Script-Writing Los Angeles
  • 1998-2000 Private Film-Academy for Film Production
  • 2002 Vancouver production Internship
  • Since 2002 Freelancer (Writer, Director, Producer)
  • Since 2008 Webseries Creator (We All Love Football, ICH - in Serie, Filmstadt, Eine Couch für alle Fälle, DieZONE)
  • Founder of the UnsereSerien program and the platform www.unsereserien.de
  • Co-Founder of the "Die Seriale Gießen" Festival
  • Curation for several filmfestivals e.g. "Snowdance Independent, Filmfest Landsberg a.L." and "Norddeutsche Filmtage Rendsburg"
 

Georg Tschurtschenthaler

Senior Producer Georg Tschurtschenthaler oversees the editorial and cross media department at gebrueder beetz filmproduktion. Among feature-length documentaries and award-winning TV documentaries and series, he launched interactive TV events such as SUPERNERDS as well as apps, games, campaigns and web series. In 2013, he received the Grimme Award for the cross media project Farewell Comrades. He regularly teaches at CAST (Zurich University of the Arts), Institute of Documentary Filmmaking (IDF) and IDFA.

 

Kai Wiesinger

AS DIRECTOR

2005   „Eruv - The Wire“ - documentary

2007   „Für immer und ewig“ - documentary

2015-2016   „Der Lack ist ab“ - Webseries (3 seasons)

AS ACTOR - CINEMA

2010   WUNDERKINDER | Director: Marcus O. Rosenmüller

2007   DARUM | Director: Harald Sicheritz

2002   DER ZEHNTE SOMMER | Director: Jörg Grünler

2000   EMIL UND DIE DETEKTIVE | Director: Franziska Buch

1998   AFTER THE TRUTH–-NICHTS ALS DIE WAHRHEIT | Director: Roland Suso Richter

1997   COMEDIAN HARMONISTS | Director: Joseph Vilsmaier

1996   HUNGER | Director: Dana Vávrová

1996   14 TAGE LEBENSLÄNGLICH | Director: Roland Suso Richte

 

Sebastian Droschinski

 

Sebastian Droschinski, based in Hamburg, is author and producer for various media projects in web and TV. He founded the writing collective Reclaimed Marshland in 2013 and freshly this year the Wendie Webfest Hamburg, the first festival for independent series in the hanseatic city.

 

Christiane Miethge

 

Christiane Miethge is the Deputy Head of the Multimedia Storytelling Department at Bayerischer Rundfunk. Previously Christiane worked as a journalist, filmmaker and book author for several years before she joined the BR multimedia-team as a project manager and developer. Her department co-produced projects such as 24h Jerusalem, Do Not Track and currently Generation What.