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Managing Director


Executive Producer

+49 89 1890 81900

Company Profile


All-in-production GmbH stands for: Event television, television series and most of all national and international bestseller adaptations. We use creativity, bold ideas and production expertise to transform stories into experiences and characters into people. In recent years, we have created unique and high quality productions such as the mini- series CAPE TOWN, the Taunus crime series – one of the most successful series on German television with an average of approximately 7,3 million viewers per movie. Followed 2019 by the BLACK FORREST CRIME- UND TOT DU BIST DU, the series GIPFELSTÜRMER- THE MOUNTAIN BOARDING SCHOOL and DANOWSKI – BLUTAPFEL.

All-in-production is an established film production company founded in 2008 by writer/ producer Annette Reeker and Managing Director Zeljko Karajica. With the production of the South African TV crime series CAPE TOWN in 2015, all-in-production entered the international production market and established its intent to continue to develop and produce international high-end productions for the worldwide television and VoD market. While expanding its business into the international field, the company also continues to produce highly successful TV movies and series for the domestic market.


Zeljko Karajica

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Company Highlights


Format:               TV Movie

Genre:                 Crime

Director:             Markus Imboden

Screenplay:        Anna Tebbe - Based on the novel ”Blutapfel” by Till Raether

Cast:                   Milan Peschel, Emily Cox, Andreas Döhler and others


The two policemen Danowski and Finzi are not exactly in the fast lane in terms of their careers: Danowski is regarded as unreliable because of his constant headaches and breakdowns. Finzi is just returning from rehab because of his alcoholism. Their determined boss assigns them to investigate the private environment of the victim in the homicide case: Elbtunnel. They are supported by their colleague Meta Jurkschat who is very much
a stickler for the rules. The victim – Oliver Wiebusch – led a seemingly boring life in a triste suburb of Hamburg. What’s the motive? Could it be a mix-up? One of the colleagues suspects a gang crime, Danowski rules that out, but he discovers Wiebusch’s connection to the Urban-Explorer-Movement. Together with an ominous Explorer called Trickster, he competed in a race to discover the urban Lost Places. Then more murders happen, and the US intelligence is getting in on the case, too


Format:               TV Movie

Genre:                 Crime

Director:             Marcus O. Rosenmüller

Screenplay:        Anna Tebbe 

Cast:                   Jessica Schwarz. Max von Thun and others


A young woman, the granddaughter of Klosterbach’s mayor Hermann Natterer, is found dead in a lake in the Black Forest. According to old myths, there are ghosts living in the lake, dragging people down. Despite all clues leading towards suicide, Maris Bchle and her new colleague at the CID Freudenstadt are doubting this theory.
Soon afterwards, another young woman falls down a steep slope with her bike. The investigators discover a connection between the cases: the women knew each other, and were meeting up with a stranger in secret.

The clues are pointing towards Hans Katrein, a professor emeritus of theology, who recently returned to his home village in the Black Forest after spending years abroad. The times of the French occupation a few weeks after World War II come to live through him and his childhood drawings:
Klosterbach is under French occupation. The 8-year-old Hans, coming from a family of charcoal burners, is an outcast in the village. Using a piece of charcoal he draws impressions of the festivities held by the French and Moroccan soldiers. Die occupying forces demand women from the young townleader Hermann Natterer. Natterer and two of this friends negotiate with the French.


Genre:             Crime Series

Director:         Peter Ladkan

Screenplay:    Annette Reeker, Mark Needham, Steve Blame

Cast:               Trond Espen Seim, Boris Kodjoe, Arnold Vosloo, Axel Milberg, Marcin Dorocinski, Jessica Haines, Isolda Dych

Mat Joubert is considered one of the finest police officers in Cape Town. But Mat became a shadow of his former self after his wife was murdered a year ago. Now he is faced with losing his job: He has just six months to find himself again, using training, a new diet and psychotherapy. His new boss also assigns the former elite cop Sanctus Snook as his new partner.

The unlikely duo doesn’t have to wait long for their first case – the new year begins with a series of spectacular murders of white men - and white men only. The weapon – a German Mauser rifle – is reminiscent of the Apartheid era; at the same time, another series of murders of young, European models poses a new puzzle. Mat and Sanctus’ investigations finally lead them to a mysterious villa called ENIGMA, where they uncover suspicious connections between Germany and South Africa.


Genre:                 Crime

Director:             Marcus O. Rosenmüller and others

Screenplay:        Anna Tebbe and other

Cast:                   Tim Bergmann, Felicitas Woll and others


Nele Neuhaus’ TAUNUS CRIME SERIES  has been a huge hit in the German literary world. Originally self-published, the series has achieved triumphant success on the Spiegel bestseller lists. In selling over six million copies of her books in Germany, the author became a star. The rights to the books have been sold to 25 countries.

All-in has adapted eight of the books from the TAUNUS CRIME SERIES for the German television channel ZDF, with Felicitas Woll and Tim Bergmann in the lead roles. All eight parts of the TAUNUS CRIME SERIES were huge hits and enjoyed top ratings of up to 7.38 million live viewers each. BIG BAD WOLF was the second most successful TV film on German television in 2016.

The adaptations of the TAUNUS CRIME SERIES are set amidst the wild and romantic scenery of the mystical and enchanted Taunus. They offer a fascinating portrait of society and are packed with suspense. Oliver von Bodenstein and Pia Kirchhoff – a pair of unconventional detectives from Hofheim – use their fine instincts and understanding of human nature to uncover suspects and motives, and often the abysmal depths of humanity.

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