Mark Rockenschaub, BA lives and works as a freelance cameraman in Salzburg and Vienna. He gained broad knowledge and skills, especially in the camera department, in recent years by being involved in various short film projects and committed work with his clients.
Anton Schilli, BA focus lies on the conceptual areas of film & animation. He is involved in various projects for international customers where he not only creates new ideas in the area of film & animation, but also produces them.
Frederic Kokott, BA is an audio-visual artist, currently living in XY. The core of his artistic activity is the construction and development of a creative imagery in the form of audio-visual concepts. He has also gained experience as a cameraman and in post-production working on music videos; some of them won awards and have millions YouTube views.
Katharina Nemluwil (BA) is responsible for management and producing. She focuses on financing and creates all essential conditions that are necessary for a successful film shooting. Due to her wide interests, she has experience in several business units such as internal communication, funding management, sponsoring and administration. Katharina speaks German and English, and has a basic knowledge of Italian and Spanish
Stefanie Darnesa comes from the north-east of Germany. She already played in different theatre productions before starting her study of acting in Vienna. Besides acting she improves her dance skills, for example in HipHop, plays the violin and does archery. She is interested in learning many new things to be able to present a big variety for the characters she plays. That’s what we can see now in the role of Maria.
Giamo Röwekamp is an Austrian, Vienna-based actor. Fencing, combat reenactment and Tae Kwon Do are only some of his further talents. As Tristan or Linus in Charlie Brown he was very well received and delighted audience hearts. Through his high variability Giamo can express different facets each day like no other. His various talents are now shown in the Felix role.
Liliana Zillner is a multilingual actress, born and active in Salzburg, Austria. Apart from German, English and Italian she also speaks Japanese. With her experience in hip-hop, jazz, and modern dance Liliane broadens her acting skills. In her experimental dance and theatrical performances she extends the borders between art and consensus. These performances are now being shown in the portrayal of Catherine.
As a trained musical performer, Wolfgang Fahrner delivers more than the eye can see. In his vocal and dance performances he embodies the role of the antagonist in a way never seen before.