Silke Botsch
Leuschnerdamm 19
10999 Berlin-Germany
Office: +49 30 6233948
Mobile: +49 179 5989136
contact@silkebotsch.de
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filmcraft
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Fullservice film and media production.

Providing movieproduction in story-conception, filming and creating through the post-production process.
The main area of filmproduction include
documentaries and Shortfilms also company/marketing films in HD standard.
Working WORLDWIDE.


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UPDATE june 2017

Der lange Sommer der Theorie , 80 min. esssay-doku-fiction,Filmgalerie451,
montage: Silke Botsch, director: Irene v. Alberti

world premiere

- Filmfest München June 2017

Der wahre Oktober , 90 min. animation documentary,Maxim Film
montage: Silke Botsch, director: Katrin Rothe

international premiere

- International Animation Film Festival Annecy 2017

- Moscow International Film Festival June 20

- MIF 17 - Manchester International Festival July 2017


In pre-production:

YOU TURN , documentary 90 min, invited at the international DOK film festival in Munich 10/11 MAY 2015 at MARKPLATZ for script-development and financing.
director: Silke Botsch, d.o.p.: Jutta Pohlmann

I'm also working right now on several international projects in preproduction with france, finnland and canada.

montage and editing capacities in JUNE 2015_ studio in berlin/kreuzberg and worldwide.

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HASSAN'S FILM, documentary 3-SAT, Filmgalerie 451
montage: Silke Botsch, director: Irene v. Alberti

TV premiere October 2014

 
 
COCA COLA GERMANY IMAGE FILM

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concept and director: Silke Botsch
production : BUBBLES FILM

 
 
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"36 is drifting"
longterm documentary produced and directed by Silke Botsch.

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“36 is Drifting” is about the present, past and future of KREUZBERG 36, an outstanding area in Berlin that is gentrifying beyond recognition as it enters the new century. Over a period of two years, this colourful montage explores Kreuzberg (known by locals as “Xberg”) through the intimate and personal stories of her residents, combined with historical archive footage of plans that are intertwined with ambition and controversy.

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