Alexander Pfeuffer

Alexander Pfeuffer

Chairman

Studied Dramatic Writing, Screenwriting and Film Production in Berlin and Los Angeles. Author of plays (e.g. »Vermisst« for Theaterhaus Jena) and screenplays (»Love in Thoughts«, awarded e.g. with the European Film Award). Today he works as a film-maker (e.g. »The Bereaved«, Festival Max-Ophüls-Preis 2010), as a screenwriter for the German broadcasters ARD and ZDF (including “Polizeiruf 110”) and as a lecturer for screenwriting in Berlin.

Bettina Engelmann

Bettina Engelmann

Events

Born 1979 in Berlin. She completed her education as a management assistent in event organization under Dietmar Hennig and worked e.g. as project manager for a series of charity concerts in favour of severely ill children from Children’s Hospice Bärenherz e.V., for the International Master Classes of Orchestral Conducting and for several well known projects, e.g. the Teddy Award Gala in the framework of the Berlin International Film Festival. At the moment she dedicates herself to several social youth projects.

Christian R. Timmann

Christian R. Timmann

Webmaster, Postproduction Master

Studied Computer Science at TH Darmstadt and Sociology at Hamburg University. Formerly called Christian. R. Fibikar, he now works under the name Christian R. Timmann as a freelance editor. He edits documentaries and reports for German and international TV and film productions. Several of his film productions and TV documentaries were presented at international festivals and have won several prizes.

Frank Domhan

Frank Domhan

Chairman

Studied Journalism, Theater Studies and Psychology in Berlin and Rome and collaborated in several liberal arts research projects. His report »Grabsteine aus Kinderhand« (Arte) was nominated for the Prix Europa in 2004 and was awarded the Kindernothilfe Media Prize. Since 2006 he conceptualizes and organizes cultural events internationally, including exhibitions and festivals on behalf of the Goethe-Institute, the Heinrich-Böll-Foundation and the German Bundeskulturstiftung.

Isa Schneider

Isa Schneider

Intern

Studied Agricultural Sciences (B.Sc) in Halle/ Saale and is currently completing a Master of Science in »Global Change Management« at HNE Eberswalde. After a research internship on »Over fertilization of the Baltic Sea through agriculture« she now dedicates her Master thesis to the improvement of value-added chains to increase food security in Tanzania. She supports the WELTFILME-Team since June 2013.

Rogier Hardeman

Rogier Hardeman

Project Manager, Coordination

Studied Theater Studies in Amsterdam. He directed plays in Berlin (e.g. Neuköllner Oper, Sophiensaele), Dresden (Landesbühnen Sachsen), Heidelberg (Zwinger3), Basel (Vorstadttheater) and at the Junge Oper Stuttgart. Furthermore he worked as a freelance assistant at De Nederlandse Opera (Amsterdam), Salzburger Festival, La Monnaie (Brussels) and National Theater Prague and as a production manager for Hebbel Am Ufer (HAU) in Berlin.