News Archive

  • ACHT TAGE
    17. July 2017 | The new Sky-series shows the last eight days of mankind and is filmed, amongst others, by the Oscar-winning director Stefan Ruzowitzky. Our contemporary costumes are featured in this production and contribute to the apocalyptic mood. With a cast that includes Christiane Paul, Mark Waschke and Devid Striesow; Production: NEUESUPER GmbH & Co. KG; Direction: Stefan Ruzowitzky and Michael Krummenacher; Costume Designer: Max Wohlkönig
  • KU’DAMM 59
    23. June 2017 | The successful ZDF three-part-series "Ku'damm 56" is being continued. Our 1950s costumes and uniforms accompany the continuous life journey of Caterina Schöllack and her three daughters, who have to hold their ground during the period of ‘Economic Miracle’ in a restrictive German society. With a cast that includes Sonja Gerhardt, Emilia Schüle, Maria Ehrich, Claudia Michelsen; Production: UFA FICTION GmbH; Direction: Sven Bohse; Costume Design: Maria Schicker
  • GENIUS
    23. June 2017 | National Geographic's first series, focuses on Nobel Prize-winning physicist Albert Einstein. Based on Walter Isaacson’s acclaimed and best-selling book, Einstein: His Life and Universe, GENIUS follows the brilliant scientist through the ups and downs of his life, from failing to get his doctorate to developing the general theory of relativity. For this production we provided, amongst other costumes, First World War uniforms. With a cast that includes Johnny Flynn, Geoffrey Rush, Emily Watson; Production: Fox 21 Television Studios; Direction: Ron Howard, Kenneth Biller; Costume Design: Martina Hejlová
  • TRAUTMANN
    23. June 2017 | Dressed in our 1940s to 1960s civilian costumes the film tells the story of Bernd Trautmann whose love for football, for England and for the love of his life, Margaret saw him rise from Nazi to british hero. He won over even his harshest opponents by winning the legendary FA Cup Final for Manchester City in 1956 - playing on with a broken neck to secure victory, which led him to being celebrated all across England. With a cast that includes David Kross, John Henshaw, Freya Mavor; Production: Lieblingsfilm GmbH; Direction: Marcus H. Rosenmüller; Costume Design: Anke Winckler
  • Brecht
    22. May 2017 | The multi-award-winning author and director Heinrich Breloer depicts in this documentary drama, the first comprehensive film portrait of the poet in a contemporary context. Brecht was born in 1898 in Augsburg and died in 1956 in East Berlin. Our costumes from these eras are part of this production. With a cast that includes Burghart Klaußner, Adele Neuhauser, Maximilian Klas; Production: Bavaria Filmproduktion GmbH Köln; Direction: Heinrich Breloer; Costume Design: Ute Paffendorf
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