Since 1960, TELLUX-Film has been producing high-quality and award-winning programs in the sectors of feature films, documentaries, series and multi-part series.
As part of the TELLUX Group, TELLUX-Film is one of Germany’s largest independent film and media companies.
With offices in Berlin, Bonn, Dresden, Erfurt, Halle, Cologne, Munich, Stuttgart, Hamburg, Wiesbaden and Vienna, the vision of the members of the TELLUX Group is to tell unique and moving stories in order to offer an international audience ongoing inspiration. In pursuit of this continuous goal, we produce high-quality dramas, impressive documentaries and transmedial experiences.
representing Martin Choroba
Format: TV episode
Director: Philip Koch
Screenplay: Hamid Baroua, Philip Koch
Cast: Emma Bading, Oliver Masucci, Victoria Mayer, Jonas Hämmerle
Unable to relate to the other kids at her new school, Jennifer feels awkward and left out. Her only joy is being able to secretly disappear into the fantasy world of a virtual reality game. With this becoming more and more of an obsession, Jennifer starts to neglect her schoolwork and family responsibilities, overriding her parents’ warnings and attempts to stop her. Increasingly, her life in the real world and the virtual world gets out of balance.
Nomination Grimme Preis 2020 - Fiction
Format: Family series
Director: Irina Popow
Screenplay: Andreas Steinhöfel, Klaus Döring
Cast: Michael Sommerer, Sura Demir, Julius Göze, Jodina Basombo
The six part live action series tells the story of a friendship between four children with different nationalities and ethnic backgrounds. There is the German boy, Moritz, Rüyet who has Turkish roots and whose family has lived in Germany for three generations, the Syrian refugee boy, Yassir, and the Aminata, a girl whose family has applied for asylum in Germany. It is difficult to be friends because of language barriers, but curiosity and empathy prevail over prejudices. However, the community of ten and eleven year olds bears a burden: Yassir and Aminata are threatened with deportation. The situation worsens when relatives of the children get involved in criminal circles out of need and carelessness. Beyond any romanticized concern, we experience the complex subject of refugees from a childlike and thus often unmasking narrative perspective in a touching story of friendship that transcends cultural circles.
Nomination International Emmy Kids 2018, 2nd Place Prix Jeunesse
THE NINTH DAY 2004
Format: Feature film
Director : Volker Schlöndorff
Screenplay : Volker Schlöndorff
Cast : Ulrich Mattes, August Diehl, Bibiana Beglau, Hilmat Thate, Germain Wagner
In February 1942, the Luxembourgian priest, Henry Kremer, was unexpectedly sent home from the Dachau concentration camp to visit his mother in Luxembourg. Yet it soon became clear that the National Socialists wanted to use him for their purposes: the voice of the archdiocese of Luxembourg was used by Nazi Germany in its religious policy towards the Vatican.
German Film Award (production design)