about us

julian gerchow
Julian Gerchow completed a voluntary social year in culture at Programmkino Rex in Darmstadt in 2015.

During his communication design studies at the RheinMain University of Applied Sciences, he gained many experience in the field of advertising film with Thomas Kettner in Hamburg.

His first short film "Bessere Zeiten" was part of the Hessentalents in 2020 and won the third prize of the Turkish Film Festival Frankfurt.

He graduated with the short film "Ein kurzer Moment", with which he again became part of the Hessentalents in 2021.

Since 2017 he developed as a filmmaker and photographer of various fashion-, music videos and commercials.

In 2021 he started working part-time at MAPP media as a film editor.

As a photographer, two series were shown within major exhibitions in museums in Frankfurt (MAK, Giersch). The music video "High Contrast" 2019 made it to various shortlists.

His experimental film for the play "Wir, Kinski und ich" was screened at Kampnagel in Hamburg 2021.

In 2021 he co-founded the production company Plotlessfilm in Wiesbaden.

He is currently working on the script for his debut film "Klopf Klopf" AT, which was accompanied in the B3 Talentforum.

dascha petuchow
Dascha Petuchow started gaining her first experiences in the field of script development at SUTOR KOLONKO e.K. during her studies of communication design at the RheinMain Wiesbaden.

She participated in the East-West Talent Lab 2020 of the GoEast Film Festival and subsequently shot her first short film "Empty Nest“. This film premiered at exground filmfest in late 2021 and was shown at visionale Hessen 2021.

She wrote her first feature film script "Frozen Oranges“ at the HessenFilm sponsored screenwriting seminar Club 23. Afterwards, it was pitched by her at the 42nd Film Festival Max Ophüls Preis at the Marketplace Screenplay.

In the meantime Dascha Petuchow also gained set experience on the feature film "Mother“ by Carolin Schmitz (SUTOR KOLONKO e.K.).

She graduated with the short feature film "Kaugummi", which was supported by the Special University Graduation Film Grant of HessenFilm. The film is currently in post-production.

In 2021, she co-founded the production company Plotlessfilm in Wiesbaden.

Currently, she continues to work on the script for her debut film „Frozen Oranges“ .

max hasenstab
Maximilian Hasenstab began his communication design studies at RheinMain University of Applied Sciences in Wiesbaden in 2017, majoring in cinematography.

He shot his first short feature film "Harsch und Unwirsch" in early 2019, which was shown at the Hessian University Film Day in Kassel.

In the summer of 2019, he also collaborated for the first time with Julian Gerchow on his short film "Bessere Zeiten,".

Also in summer 2019, Max shot a scenic image film for the Edit Stein School in Hochheim am Main.

He did his first production management on Julian Gerchow's graduation film "Ein kurzer Moment" in 2020.

The following summer, he also produced Dascha Petuchow's graduation film "Kaugummi" and managed the production.

Since the beginning of 2021, Max has been under contract with the Frankfurt-based film production company MAPP media. In addition to several commercial productions for, for example, the company Nuance Communications, the industry sector service electrive.net or the German Football League, he worked there as a production management assistant on the short feature film "Memories of a Forgotten Childhood".

In 2021, Max Hasenstab co-founded the production company Plotlessfilm in Wiesbaden.

tom schreiber
Tom Schreiber began his studies at the Academy of Media Arts in Cologne in 1994, which he completed in 1999 with the internationally awarded short film "Vita Reducta".

His first feature film "Narren" premiered in 2003 at the Berlinale in the Perspektive Deutsches Kino.

In 2008 followed the film "Dr. Alemán", which won the German Screenplay Award and was also shown and awarded at various international festivals.

With his production company 58Filme he produced, among others, the documentary film "Portraits of German Alcoholics" by Carolin Schmitz (Honorable Mention - Perspektive German Cinema 2009), the feature film "Das Zimmermädchen Lynn" by Ingo Heab (Best artistic contribution and FIPPRECI Award - Montreal 2014) and the experimental film "Maison" by Augustin Rebetez (Sydney Biennale 2014).

In 2014 he was appointed as professor of Film at the RheinMain University of Applied Sciences.

Since 2022 he is part of Plotlessfilm in Wiesbaden.

He is currently preparing the feature film "Schöne Seelen" with Josef Hader and August Diehl.

Tom Schreiber is a member of the German Film Academy and the of the Filmbüro NRW.