Occupied Poland in 1943: After a German military policeman (17) with his motorbike and a Polish railway trainee (17) with his steam train race against each other, a bond carries on between them pretending that their common youthfulness can not be harmed by the war at all. more information…
In the film, fisherman disclose the secret of getting enormously rich as well as losing everything just by a marine mystery that can only be found on the eastcoast of Nicaragua: the white lobster! more information…
Sunday Filmproduktion is run by the producers René Frotscher, Thomas Jeschner and . The company produces fiction and none-fiction films for cinema and television release. Sunday was found in Halle (Saxony-Anhalt) in 2010.
RENÉ FROTSCHER Producer & Managing Director
René Frotscher works as a creative prodcuer, primarily leading the development section of the company. He grew up in Zittau (Saxony), studied “Film Production” at the Acadamy of Film and Television in Potsdam-Babelsberg, as well as “Writing for Film and Television” at the Vancouver Filmschool. During his studies, he worked in the location department of many international feature film productions (Studio Babelsberg) and as a production manager and producer in Central German and Berlin based production companies. Being a producer of the feature film “Combat Girls”, he recieved the Bronze Lola for the Best Picture in 2012. The Price given by the German Film Acadamy is regarded to be the German Oscar.
THOMAS JESCHNER Producer
Thomas Jeschner takes part in the development as well as the organisation of the projects. He studied germanic literature and history at the Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg. For many years, he worked as an independent businessman in Halle, followed by the marketing and distributing of documataries in 2005 and the production of documentaries and feature films. Additionally, he works as an author for non-fiction books.
works as a creative producer and manages the backoffice and the commercial part of the company. He grew up in Radebeul (Saxony) and studied law specialising on intellectuell property rights. After his study, he worked as a cameraman for foreign tv reports, wrote short films and worked in the location department at many international feature film productions (Studio Babelsberg).