Schömann’s credits at Rat Pack included The Crocodiles family film franchise and 3D adventure Wickie and the Treasure of the Gods directed by Christian Ditter..
Together with Becker, she produced writer-director Bora Dagtekin’s box-office hits Turkish For Beginners and Suck Me Shakespeer which has seen by over 7m cinema-goers in Germany alone and has taken over € 52 m since its release last November.
Schömann’s first project at Constantin will be the sequel to Suck Me Shakespeer, which will begin shooting this summer and be released by Constantin Film on September 10, 2015.
Suck Me Shakespeer, which won a German Film Award last month as the country’s most successful feature of 2013, is handled internationally by Berlin-based sales outfit Picture Tree International.
Constantin stays at school
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Her first feature in the new position will be "Dunkel" (Dark) -- a German thriller starring Katharina Thalbach, Mina Tander and Clemens Schick. First-timer Alex Schmidt will direct, with principle photography set to start in November.
Wuste Film Ost is the Potsdam-based satellite division of Hamburg's Wuste Film, whose credits include Fatih Akin's "Head-On," Danish World War II epic "Flame and Citron" (as co-producers) and Anno Saul's sci-fi thriller "The Door" starring Mads Mikkelsen and Jessica Schwarz.
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Narrative Feature Competition
Max Perrier (Director), Danek S. Kaus, James Chancellor & Simon Perrier (Writers)
West Coast Premiere, Black Comedy/Thriller, 2006, Canada, 82 minutes
An innocent man becomes the killer everyone wants him to be when he gambles with his freedom in order to save it.
A Quiet Little Marriage
Mo Perkins (Director/Writer)
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