Drama, Crime / Feature
Writer-director: ASIMINA PROEDROU
Northern Greece. A middle-aged fisherman is trafficking immigrants to pay the tax authorities for a petty fraud he once committed. Soon he becomes trapped in a deadly game between the local mafia, his conscience and the duty to his family.
CNC Development Award & Initiative Film Services Award @ Cross Roads Co-Production Forum 2016, Development supported by MEDIA Program 2017, Production Support by Greek Film Centre 2018 and Eurimages 2020.
In Coproduction with Argonauts Productions (GR) and Sektor Film (MK) and in collaboration with ZDF/Arte
Writer-director: JAAP VAN HEUSDEN Co-writer: ROGIER DE BLOK
Filippo, an unusual mixture of detective, scientist, and priest, is sent by the Vatican to a small Dutch town to investigate, and probably debunk, a miraculous statue of the virgin Mary. Little does he know that he’ll find a grieving community that won’t allow him to take away their miracle, and an enigmatic, mute young woman – all encounters that crack down Filippo’s certainties about his calling as a priest and as human being.
Production supported by Netherlands Film Fund, Film Fund Limburg, COBO Fund, Film und Medien Stiftung NRW and Eurimages
In Coproduction with IJswater Films NL
Mystery-Thriller/Horror / Feature
Writer & Director: TILMAN SINGER
17-year old American Gretchen is forced to move with her family to a resort town run by Herr König, where things are not what they seem. KHM graduate Tilman Singer writes and directs this mystery-thriller with horror elements set in the shadows of the Alps.
Preproduction and Production Support by Film und Medien Stiftung NRW
In collaboration with Josh Rosenbaum and Ken Kao (WAYPOINT Entertainment) and Thor Bradwell.
Sci-Fi Thriller / Feature
Writer-director: DENNIS TODOROVIC Co-writer: CHRISTOPH MATHIEU
How much do you trust your memories?
When an astronaut, part of a team on a deep-space mission to explore the habitable planet LAIKA, shockingly dissolves into a molecular cloud in space, the fragile peace among the remaining crew violently breaks as they struggle with the horrifying truth about themselves and their mission.
Developed with the support of the Wim Wenders Stipendium 2015 / Participated at the eQuinoxe Screenwriting-Workshop 2017
Historical Political Thriller / Mini Series 6×60’
Headwriter: DENNIS TODOROVIC
A prime-time Mini Series about the witch trials in the city of Rheinbach, Germany, in the 17th century, 1631: Year of the Spider focuses on the ambitions and political machinations hidden behind one of the darkest periods of history.
Developed with the support of Film und Medien Stiftung NRW – Section Innovative TV Formate
Fantasy, Family, Adventure / Feature
Writer: MARIA TSIGKA
A fantastic, parallel world, inhabited by evil witches and villains from fairytales and legends around the globe, becomes the destination of 10-year-old Petra, who needs to save her sister and stop the villains’ plan to dominate our world.
Treatment-Development and Script-Development supported by the FFA
Anthology: Western, Drama, Sci-Fi / Feature
Writer & Director: DENNIS TODOROVIC
From the mythological beginnings of patriarchy till a fictional dystopian end, FIVE SONGS is an anthology film that asks if our men-built civilisation is the best humanity has to offer.
Development Support by Film und Medien Stiftung NRW
In Cooperation with LAVAlabs
Dramedy / Series 6×45′
Headwriter: ANDI ROGENHAGEN Co-Writer: NADINE SCHWEIGARDT
The truth lurks behind every corner.
Thorsten Müller, a devoted man, and caring father, secretly leads two lives with two families and feels the unquestioned king. When his world of lies is threatened, Müller will stop at nothing to protect his secrets.
Development supported by Film und Medien Stiftung NRW – Section Innovative TV Formate
Horror Thriller / Feature
Writers: NICK BAIN & MARIA TSIGKA
A group therapy week in a stunning castle in the middle of the German wilderness takes a nightmarish turn when patients and therapist are confronted by gruesome creatures lurking outside, and within.
Treatment-Development supported by the FFA