Munich, November 2021
"Krimidinner", the new crime scene of the Bavarian Broadcasting Corporation, takes you back in time, to England in 1924. On Christmas Eve of all things, the butler at the English country estate Beckford Hall was poisoned. Poisoned? That doesn't seem so be certain any longer. The story leads in the best Agathe Christie manner through an amusing round of lies, tears and curiosities, everyone is suspected, everyone accuses everyone, circumstantial evidence disappears and reappears and the end is good for some surprises. The proven crime scene commissioners Batic and Leitmyr are challenged as "Constable Partridge" and "Chief Inspector Lightmyer" by a crime game to which their colleague Kalli Hammermann invited them. A nice mess.
The shooting took place in Munich and in the Oettingen Residenzschloss in the Donau-Ries district in November 2021. The planned broadcast date is Christmas 2022.
Content: Batic (Miroslav Nemec) and Leitmayr (Udo Wachtveitl) have asked Kalli (Ferdinand Hofer) to take part in a crime dinner with a few colleagues - and now they are supposed to be the murderer as "Constable Partridge" and "Chief Inspector Lightmyer" find in an English mansion:
England, 1924. Ironically, on Christmas Eve there was a murder in Beckford Hall. The butler lies dead on the oriental carpet. Partridge and Lightmyer must turn the mansion upside down and find the killer. Was it the feisty Lady of Cumberledge, the beguiling singer Kitty Quail or the prudish Reverend Edgar Teal? The chambermaid Heather or the always drunk socialist Doctor Mallard? The deeper Partridge and Lightmyer penetrate the web of secrets and lies that surround Beckford Hall, the more they merge with their roles - and the more they understand: at this dinner they are playing a double game.
A crime scene under the mistletoe, a British-Bavarian Christmas miracle Whodunit.
Playing Udo Wachtveitl, Miroslav Nemec, Ferdinand Hofer, Sunnyi Melles, Alexander Hörbe, Joshua Seelenbinder, Katharina Schlothauer, Marie Ratscheck, Christoph Mory
Göttingen, August 2019.
Voice to skull, Transcranial magnetic stimulation, microchips implanted in the brain - the new crime scene of the NDR is full of military technology. But what makes a former Bundeswehr captain kill his wife? Voices in the head, as he claims? "This is your ride" answers the helpful MAD man Neumann.
The new case of Göttingen commissioners Lindholm and Schmitz, played by Maria Furtwängler and Florence Kasumba, leads to Mali in Africa. A Bundeswehr operation there ended in a disaster with six deaths. The said federal captain was one of four survivors, but you can no longer ask him. Anais shot him when he put a knife on Charlotte's neck. Two other suicides were committed by the other survivors. And the last survivor Susanna Bortner - played by Katharina Schlotauer - is in a wheelchair.
Filmpool Fiction - producer Iris Kiefer and producer Annette Köster - produced this crime scene based on the script by Christian Jeltsch for NDR. The editors were Christian Granderath and Patrik Poch. The camera was operated by Volker Tittel (BVK), the scene was designed by Susanne Dieringer, the costume design by Natascha Curtius-Noss. The music was written by Sebastian Fillenberg, the editing was done by Anke Berthold (BFS), the assistant director was Michel Vrinten. It was directed by Jobst Christian Oetzmann (BVR). The shooting took place in 2019 in Göttingen and Hamburg. The broadcast will be on March 29, 2020 at 8:15 p.m. on ARD.
Berlin, September 2018.
The eccentric construction projects in Berlin crowd the ordinary people from the city center into the suburbs, only one benefits: Hans Jochen Steuffers. "Berlin's busiest real estate tycoon", played by Fabian Hinrichs, is best hated, but is he also a murderer? The unlikely brothers Andi and Mad Schwartzs, played by Devid Striesow and Golo Euler, are being targeted as detectives on Steuffers, because a young woman has been killed in one of Steuffers' rough-huts ...
Play-actor Devid Striesow, Golo Euler, Cornelia Gröschel, Brigitte Hobmeier, Fabian Hinrichs, Michael Grimm, Jörg Witte, Stephanie Amarell, Milena Straube, Karl Schaper a.m.m. , Broadcast is Saturday, March 9. 2019, im ZDF, 20:15 pm
Berlin, September 2018.
Produced by Bavaria Fiction GmbH, filmed in Berlin on behalf of ZDF. Editor Günther van Endert. Book: Alexander Adolph & amp; Eva Wehrum, camera: Volker Tittel - BVK, editing: Florian Duffner - FSO, music: Christoph M. Kaiser & amp; Julian Maas, assistant director: Susanne Vetter, producers: Anna Oeller, Alexander Adolph, Eva Wehrum.
Cologne April 2017.
There is a beautiful woman in Simmel's bed. Unfortunately, she is dead and Simmel can not remember anything. The corpse is handcuffed to the bed with Simmel's handcuffs, and there are strangulation marks on her neck. Has she resisted? Suspensions and investigations are threatened. Who could want to attach him? Simmel has one or the other idea, but first lead all the tracks into nothingness. It looks bad for Simmel. Only Marie is standing by his side ...
The shooting on the film "Marie and the Black Day" for the ZDF series Marie Brand with Mariele Millowitsch and Hinnerk Schönemann, Thomas Heinze and as guest Leslie Malton took place in Cologne in April. The camera was created by Volker Tittel, the equipment created by Michaela Schuhmann. The editor was Anke Berthold.
Produced by the Warner Television, Sabine de Mardt and Micha Terjung. Producer was Iris Wolfinger. Wolfgang Feindt was the editor. Broadcast date is expected to be in September 2017.
The cinema screenplay project "SYRIA – auf Leben und Tod" is supported by the FFA script funding.
Jobst Oetzmann writes the script "Marie und der schwarze Tag" for ZDF on behalf of Warner Television.
Broadcast of "Tatort LU" in the ARD / ORF / SRG order, 2015.
Completion of the scene LU at SWR in Baden-Baden. Sectional champion is Martina Butz-Kofer, Mischtonmeister Marc Schmieder. The music writes Dieter Schleip.
Shooting in Karlsruhe with Jürgen Vogel and Christoph Bach.
Shooting in Ludwighafen with Jürgen Vogel
Shooting in Baden Baden with Ingrid van Bergen
Shooting SWR Tatort with Ulrike Folkerts, Andreas Hoppe, Lida Bitter, Jürgen Vogel, Christoph Bach and Ingrid van Bergen. The shooting will take place in Baden-Baden and and Ludwigshafen. On the camera Jürgen Carle.
Baden-Baden, February 2015
Preparations for shooting a Ulrike Folkerts crime scene for the SWR in the production of Maran film. The Shooting begins in early April. The screenplay was written by Dagmar Gabler. The editors holds Ulrich Herrmann.
Berlin, February 2015
The miniseries SCHULD after the eponymous narrative edition by Ferdinand von Schirach is broadcast on ZDF from the 20 February at 21:15.
20.02.2015 / 21.15 Uhr / Folge "Der Andere"
27.02.2015 / 21.15 Uhr / Folge "Schnee"
06.03.2015 / 21.15 Uhr / Folge "Ausgleich"
13.03.2015 / 21.15 Uhr / Folge "Die Illuminaten"
20.03.2015 / 21.15 Uhr / Folge "DNA"
27.03.2015 / 21.15 Uhr / Folge "Volksfest"
Special feature of the first publication is that the ZDF adjusts the consequences already two weeks before the broadcast in the ZDF media library.
The scripts are written by Jobst Christian Oetzmann, Nina Grosse and André Georgi. Directed by Maris Pfeiffer and Hannu Salonen. Producer was Oliver Berben, Moovie - The Art of Entertainment for ZDF. Producer was Jan Ehlert. In the main role of the lawyer is seen Moritz Bleibtreu.
Baden-Baden, Summer 2014
Developing the miniseries "Watch out Tom" for U5-Filmproduktion, Norbert Walther. Development of a series of pilots "Cadiz" also for U5-Filmproduktion.
Berlin, April 2014
The writing on “DNA” and “Ausgleich” (“Compensation”), the two screenplays for the Miniseries “Schuld”/“Guilt” based on the literary works by Ferdinand von Schirach is successfully completed. Directors Maris Pfeiffer and Hannu Salonen will soon begin principal photography shooting in Berlin for Oliver Berben, Moovie – The Art of Entertainment as contracted work for ZDF.
Marl, January 2014
Grimme Award 2014 Nominations include the Miniseries “Verbrechen” (“Crime”).
It is also nominated for the „Romy“ Award 2014.