Filmmaker, Founder

Felix Länge

FELIX LÄNGE was born in Erfurt in 1994. He trained as an Audiovisual Media Designer and worked in postproduction as editor, VFX artist and colorist. Since 2016, he has been studying Documentary Directing at the University of Television and Film Munich (HFF) and directed the midlength documentaries KESSELROLLEN (2017) and PROHLIS (2019). His films focus on topics of social justice, politics and society, and the way the inner lives of the protagonists interrelate with major political and social issues. He also works as a motion designer.

FELIX LÄNGE was born in Erfurt in 1994. He trained as an Audiovisual Media Designer and worked in postproduction as editor, VFX artist and colorist. Since 2016, he has been studying Documentary Directing at the University of Television and Film Munich (HFF) and directed the midlength documentaries KESSELROLLEN (2017) and PROHLIS (2019). His films focus on topics of social justice, politics and society, and the way the inner lives of the protagonists interrelate with major political and social issues. He also works as a motion designer.
Filmmaker

Lucca Joel Donalies

Lucca Joel Donalies ist in Esslingen am Neckar geboren und aufgewachsen.
Nachdem er einige Praktika im Filmbereich (2D-Animation, Schnittassistenz,
Szenenbild, etc.) absolvierte begann er mit dem Studium an der Merz Akademie
Stuttgart mit Schwerpunkt im Bereich „Film & Video”. Während des gesamten
Studiums war er aktives und später leitendes Mitglied der Filmkünstlergruppe
„Salon 14” und setzte hier an die 45 kurze und experimentelle Filme um. 2019
absolvierte er mit seinem Abschlussflm „666 KM”, bei dem er das Drehbuch
schrieb und Regie führte, den Bachelor of Arts. Seit dem produziert und konzipiert er gemeinsam mit seinen Freund:innen und Partner:innen bei Brach Studio

FELIX LÄNGE was born in Erfurt in 1994. He trained as an Audiovisual Media Designer and worked in postproduction as editor, VFX artist and colorist. Since 2016, he has been studying Documentary Directing at the University of Television and Film Munich (HFF) and directed the midlength documentaries KESSELROLLEN (2017) and PROHLIS (2019). His films focus on topics of social justice, politics and society, and the way the inner lives of the protagonists interrelate with major political and social issues. He also works as a motion designer.