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Berufsvereingung der Filmtonschaffenden Österreichs

KONTAKT

Über 20 Jahre Medienerfahrung
Geschaeftsfuehrer der studioROT KG, einer Filmproduktion mit angebundenem Tonstudio.

VITA

  • Schwerpunkt

    Audio und Video Postproduktion.

  • Preise & Nominierungen

    2020 – Österreichischer Filmpreis für Beste Tongestaltung für „Nevrland“
    2020 – Sounddesigner für Born in Evin, Deutscher Filmpreis für bester Dokumentarfilm

  • Fremdsprachen
    Englisch, Portugiesisch, Spanisch
  • Lehrerfahrung

    Lehrtätigkeit and der SAE Wien für Audio- und Video-Postproduktion.
    Zahlreiche Trainings, Video Schnitt, für Broadcastunternehmen (ATV, Puls4, NRT-TV Irak)

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  • 2019
    • Born in Evin
      Kino
      Dokumentarfilm
      Tonschnitt, Sounddesign
    • Regie: Maryam Zaree
      Produktion: Tondowski Films GbR/ Golden Girls Filmproduktion
      Dolby Digital 5.1
      Tonschnitt, Sounddesign
    • M - Eine Stadt sucht einen Mörder Folge 1, 2, 6
      TV
      Serie
      Foley Schnitt
    • Regie: David Schalko
      Produktion: Superfilm
      Dolby Digital 5.1
      Foley Schnitt
    • Nevrland
      Kino
      Spielfilm
      Tonschnitt, Voice Soundesign, ADR Recordings
    • Regie: Gregor Schmidinger
      Produktion: Orbrock
      Dolby Atmos
      Tonschnitt, Voice Soundesign, ADR Recordings ( Voice Sounddesign with Symbolicsound KYMA. )
  • 2018
    • Wings of Samothraki
      Kino
      Dokumentarfilm
      Sounddesign, Tonmischung, Farbkorrektur
    • Regie: Armin Faymann
      Produktion: Kipos Production
      Dolby Digital 5.1
      Sounddesign, Tonmischung, Farbkorrektur
    • Thomas Gottschalk - eine Legende
      TV
      Dokumentarfilm
      Tonschnitt, Tonmischung
    • Regie: Otto Retzer
      Stereo
      Tonschnitt, Tonmischung
    • Helmut Fischer - eine Legende. Unvergessen
      TV
      Dokumentarfilm
      Tonschnitt, Tonmischung
    • Regie: Otto Retzer
      Stereo
      Tonschnitt, Tonmischung
    • Occupy, Resist, Produce – Scop Ti
      Kino
      Dokumentarfilm
      Setton, Tonschnitt, Tonmischung, Farbkorrektur
    • Regie: Oliver Ressler
      Stereo
      Setton, Tonschnitt, Tonmischung, Farbkorrektur

      The economic crisis that began in 2007-8 led to layoffs on a massive scale, leaving thousands of newly unemployed workers with little hope of another job. Their response put workers’ control back on the agenda in Europe. For many years beforehand, factories had been occupied and recuperated almost exclusively in Latin America. In most cases an occupation is not a deliberate step towards workers’ control but a means of workers’ struggle against the closure of a production site or company or the relocation of production to another country. The struggles often fall apart without any concrete results. “Occupy, Resist, Produce” focuses on the rare, better organized cases where the purpose of the struggle is to bring production under workers’ control. The workers do more than protest, they take the initiative and become protagonists, building horizontal social relations on the production sites and adopting mechanisms of direct democracy and collective decision-making. The recuperated workplaces often reinvent themselves, building links with local communities and social movements.

      The 4-channel video installation “Occupy, Resist, Produce” consists of four films on occupied factories in Milan, Rome, Thessaloniki and Gémenos. In these cases the workers did find ways to organize labor under their own control. Each film is based on discussion with the workers. The workers’ assemblies – always the main decision-making bodies – were recorded. It is fundamental to recognize the differences between the situations, contexts and practices of the four worker-controlled companies, but it is also important to understand workers’ control or recuperation of workplaces as a socio-political action rather than a merely economic procedure.

    • Man Stand Still
      Kino
      Kurz-Spielfilm
      Sounddesigner, Tonmischung
    • Regie: David Lindinger
      Dolby Digital 5.1
      Sounddesigner, Tonmischung ( Tonmischung )
  • 2017
    • Anubumin
      Kino
      Dokumentarfilm
      Farbkorrektur, Finalisierung
    • Regie: Oliver Ressler
      Stereo
      Farbkorrektur, Finalisierung

      In their fourth collaborative film Zanny Begg (Sydney) and Oliver Ressler (Vienna) focus on Nauru, a tiny remote island in the Pacific with 10,000 inhabitants. The title “Anubumin” is Nauruan for “night” and symbolises a certain darkness that surrounds the island. The film combines a poetic narration written for the film with conversations carried out with whistleblowers in Australia. The narration discusses different voids that have shaped the islands past and future. The largest void is a physical one, the island is a raised reef consisting of calcite and phosphate on a volcanic base, which since 1906 has been mined and exported to Australia, to fertilise the former colonisers’ farms. When phosphate extraction came to a stop in the 1980s, Nauru was bankrupt and 80 percent of the land area uninhabitable and infertile. In an attempt to generate income, in the 1990s Nauru became a prime money-laundering haven. After the disappearance of soil and money, today Nauru involves in the “disappearance of people” – housing one of Australia’s offshore refugee detention centres. In a reaction to the criticism on terrible human right situation in the detention centre, Nauru severely restricted access to the island. Four whistleblowers, who worked as doctors and nurses in the detention centre, describe the institutionalised human rights violations in the offshore detention. They uncover a truth the Australian government tries to cover through intimidating people into silence. Today a new void threatens the island, rising sea-levels threaten the coastal edge, which is the only area left for its inhabitants to live. The people who warden the political and economic refugees of today may well become climate refugees of tomorrow. The night is always darkest before the dawn.

    • Udo Jürgens. Eine Legende: unvergessen
      TV
      Dokumentarfilm
      Tonschnitt
    • Regie: Otto Retzer
      Produktion: Lieblingsfilm
      Stereo
      Tonschnitt ( Tonmischung )
    • The ZAD / Everything’s coming together while everything’s falling apart
      Public Viewing
      Dokumentarfilm
      Setton, Tonschnitt, Tonmischung, Farbkorrektur
    • Regie: Oliver Ressler
      Produktion: Ressler
      Stereo
      Setton, Tonschnitt, Tonmischung, Farbkorrektur

      Ein Dokumentarfilm als Teil eine 4 Kanal Video Installation zum Thema Klimawandel.

      Not too long ago, global warming was science fiction. Now it has become hard science, and a reality we already live in. The latest reports from the sober Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) suggest that the planet may be approaching multiple thresholds of irreversible damage faster than was ever anticipated. The title “Everything’s coming together while everything’s falling apart” refers to a situation in which all the technology needed to end the age of fossil fuel already exists. Whether the present ecological, social and economic crisis will be overcome is primarily a question of political power. The climate movement is now stronger than ever. It obstructed pipeline projects such as the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline. It stopped Arctic drilling and blocked fracking all over the globe. Coal-fired power plants were shut down by resistance, and the divestment movement that pressures institutions to unload their stocks from fossil fuel corporations has had successes.

  • 2016
    • Ende Gelände: Everything’s coming together while everything’s falling apart
      Public Viewing
      Dokumentarfilm
      Farbkorrektur, Finalisierung
    • Regie: Oliver Ressler
      Stereo
      Farbkorrektur, Finalisierung

      Ein Dokumentarfilm als Teil eine 4 Kanal Video Installation zum Thema Klimawandel.

      Not too long ago, global warming was science fiction. Now it has become hard science, and a reality we already live in. The latest reports from the sober Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) suggest that the planet may be approaching multiple thresholds of irreversible damage faster than was ever anticipated. The title “Everything’s coming together while everything’s falling apart” refers to a situation in which all the technology needed to end the age of fossil fuel already exists. Whether the present ecological, social and economic crisis will be overcome is primarily a question of political power. The climate movement is now stronger than ever. It obstructed pipeline projects such as the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline. It stopped Arctic drilling and blocked fracking all over the globe. Coal-fired power plants were shut down by resistance, and the divestment movement that pressures institutions to unload their stocks from fossil fuel corporations has had successes.

    • Züge ins Leben
      TV
      Dokumentarfilm
      Tonschnitt, Tonmischung
    • Regie: Uli Jürgens
      Produktion: Kurt Mayer Film
      Stereo
      Tonschnitt, Tonmischung
    • There are no Syrian refugees in Turkey
      Kino
      Dokumentarfilm
      Farbkorrektur, Finalisierung
    • Regie: Oliver Ressler
      Stereo
      Farbkorrektur, Finalisierung
    • COP21: Everything’s coming together while everything’s falling apart
      Public Viewing
      Dokumentarfilm
      Farbkorrektur, Finalisierung
    • Regie: Oliver Ressler
      Stereo
      Farbkorrektur, Finalisierung

      Ein Dokumentarfilm als Teil eine 4 Kanal Video Installation zum Thema Klimawandel.

      Not too long ago, global warming was science fiction. Now it has become hard science, and a reality we already live in. The latest reports from the sober Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) suggest that the planet may be approaching multiple thresholds of irreversible damage faster than was ever anticipated. The title “Everything’s coming together while everything’s falling apart” refers to a situation in which all the technology needed to end the age of fossil fuel already exists. Whether the present ecological, social and economic crisis will be overcome is primarily a question of political power. The climate movement is now stronger than ever. It obstructed pipeline projects such as the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline. It stopped Arctic drilling and blocked fracking all over the globe. Coal-fired power plants were shut down by resistance, and the divestment movement that pressures institutions to unload their stocks from fossil fuel corporations has had successes.

  • 2015
    • Occupy, Resist, Produce – Officine Zero
      Kino
      Dokumentarfilm
      Setton, Tonschnitt, Tonmischung, Farbkorrektur
    • Regie: Oliver Ressler
      Stereo
      Setton, Tonschnitt, Tonmischung, Farbkorrektur

      The economic crisis that began in 2007-8 led to layoffs on a massive scale, leaving thousands of newly unemployed workers with little hope of another job. Their response put workers’ control back on the agenda in Europe. For many years beforehand, factories had been occupied and recuperated almost exclusively in Latin America. In most cases an occupation is not a deliberate step towards workers’ control but a means of workers’ struggle against the closure of a production site or company or the relocation of production to another country. The struggles often fall apart without any concrete results. “Occupy, Resist, Produce” focuses on the rare, better organized cases where the purpose of the struggle is to bring production under workers’ control. The workers do more than protest, they take the initiative and become protagonists, building horizontal social relations on the production sites and adopting mechanisms of direct democracy and collective decision-making. The recuperated workplaces often reinvent themselves, building links with local communities and social movements.

      The 4-channel video installation “Occupy, Resist, Produce” consists of four films on occupied factories in Milan, Rome, Thessaloniki and Gémenos. In these cases the workers did find ways to organize labor under their own control. Each film is based on discussion with the workers. The workers’ assemblies – always the main decision-making bodies – were recorded. It is fundamental to recognize the differences between the situations, contexts and practices of the four worker-controlled companies, but it is also important to understand workers’ control or recuperation of workplaces as a socio-political action rather than a merely economic procedure.

    • Einer Von Uns
      Kino
      Spielfilm
      Sounddesign
    • Regie: Stephan Richter
      Produktion: Golden Girls Filmproduktion
      Sounddesign ( Tonschnitt )

      2009 erschoss die Polizei einen 14-jährigen Teenager bei einem nächtlichen Einbruch in einen Supermarkt in einem Vorort von Krems. Inspiriert von diesem wahren Fall greift EINER VON UNS das Lebensgefühl der Jugendlichen auf, das von Konsum und ohnmächtiger Rebellion geprägt ist. Der 14-jährige Julian und sein Freund Marko geraten so in Konflikt zum angepassten Stillstand, der die Welt der Erwachsenen prägt. Ein Konflikt, der in einer unerwarteten Tragödie endet.

    • Der ungehorsame Konsul
      TV
      Dokumentarfilm
      Tonschnitt, Tonmischung
    • Regie: Uli Jürgens
      Stereo
      Tonschnitt, Tonmischung ( ORF )

      Im Juni 1940 rettet der portugiesische Diplomat und Konsul im französischen Bordeaux, Aristides de Sousa Mendes, zehntausende Menschen vor der NS-Verfolgung. Er widersetzt sich den Anweisungen von Diktator Salazar, stellt Moral über das Gesetz und unterschreibt unautorisierte Transitvisa für Portugal. Hunderte

    • Occupy, Resist, Produce – Vio.Me
      Kino
      Dokumentarfilm
      Setton, Tonschnitt, Tonmischung, Farbkorrektur
    • Regie: Dario Azzellini und Oliver Ressler
      Stereo
      Setton, Tonschnitt, Tonmischung, Farbkorrektur

      The economic crisis that began in 2007-8 led to layoffs on a massive scale, leaving thousands of newly unemployed workers with little hope of another job. Their response put workers’ control back on the agenda in Europe. For many years beforehand, factories had been occupied and recuperated almost exclusively in Latin America. In most cases an occupation is not a deliberate step towards workers’ control but a means of workers’ struggle against the closure of a production site or company or the relocation of production to another country. The struggles often fall apart without any concrete results. “Occupy, Resist, Produce” focuses on the rare, better organized cases where the purpose of the struggle is to bring production under workers’ control. The workers do more than protest, they take the initiative and become protagonists, building horizontal social relations on the production sites and adopting mechanisms of direct democracy and collective decision-making. The recuperated workplaces often reinvent themselves, building links with local communities and social movements. The 4-channel video installation “Occupy, Resist, Produce” consists of four films on occupied factories in Milan, Rome, Thessaloniki and Gémenos. In these cases the workers did find ways to organize labor under their own control. Each film is based on discussion with the workers. The workers’ assemblies – always the main decision-making bodies – were recorded. It is fundamental to recognize the differences between the situations, contexts and practices of the four worker-controlled companies, but it is also important to understand workers’ control or recuperation of workplaces as a socio-political action rather than a merely economic procedure.

  • 2014
    • Occupy, Resist, Produce – RiMaflow
      Kino
      Dokumentarfilm
      Setton, Tonschnitt, Tonmischung, Farbkorrektur
    • Regie: Oliver Ressler
      Stereo
      Setton, Tonschnitt, Tonmischung, Farbkorrektur

      The economic crisis that began in 2007-8 led to layoffs on a massive scale, leaving thousands of newly unemployed workers with little hope of another job. Their response put workers’ control back on the agenda in Europe. For many years beforehand, factories had been occupied and recuperated almost exclusively in Latin America. In most cases an occupation is not a deliberate step towards workers’ control but a means of workers’ struggle against the closure of a production site or company or the relocation of production to another country. The struggles often fall apart without any concrete results. “Occupy, Resist, Produce” focuses on the rare, better organized cases where the purpose of the struggle is to bring production under workers’ control. The workers do more than protest, they take the initiative and become protagonists, building horizontal social relations on the production sites and adopting mechanisms of direct democracy and collective decision-making. The recuperated workplaces often reinvent themselves, building links with local communities and social movements.

      The 4-channel video installation “Occupy, Resist, Produce” consists of four films on occupied factories in Milan, Rome, Thessaloniki and Gémenos. In these cases the workers did find ways to organize labor under their own control. Each film is based on discussion with the workers. The workers’ assemblies – always the main decision-making bodies – were recorded. It is fundamental to recognize the differences between the situations, contexts and practices of the four worker-controlled companies, but it is also important to understand workers’ control or recuperation of workplaces as a socio-political action rather than a merely economic procedure.

    • The Visible and the Invisible
      Kino
      Dokumentarfilm
      Tonschnitt, Farbkorrektur, Tonmischung
    • Regie: Oliver Ressler
      Tonschnitt, Farbkorrektur, Tonmischung ( Farbkorrektur, Tonmischung )

      In recent years, Switzerland has become the global center for commodity trading. In no other country are more commodities bought and sold than in Switzerland; nevertheless, the crude oil, copper, aluminum, coal or wheat never reaches Swiss territory because the deals are carried out completely in a virtual world. Despite its importance for the Swiss and the global economy, the public knows very little about these secret transactions.

    • Ein Augenblick Leben
      Kino
      Dokumentarfilm
      Sounddesign
    • Regie: Anita Natme
      Produktion: Novotny & Novotny GmbH
      Sounddesign
    • Jackn
      Public Viewing
      Werbung
      Color Grading
    • Regie: Hansjoerg Schmoller
      Stereo
      Color Grading

      Musikvideo für Polyrac

  • 2013
  • 2012
    • Take The Square
      Kino
      Dokumentarfilm
      Kamera, Executive Producer, Sounddesigner
    • Regie: Oliver Ressler
      Produktion: studioROT OG
      Kamera, Executive Producer, Sounddesigner ( Tonschnitt, Color Grading )
    • Goa is not India
      Kino
      Dokumentarfilm
      Regie, Editor, Sounddesigner
    • Regie: Rudolf Gottsberger
      Produktion: studioROT OG
      Regie, Editor, Sounddesigner ( Produzent, Musiker, Tonmischung, Farbkorrektur )
  • 2011
    • Kendrick
      Kino
      Kurz-Spielfilm
      Editor, Sounddesigner, Postproduction Supervisor
    • Regie: Christoph Gerhard
      Dolby Digital
      Editor, Sounddesigner, Postproduction Supervisor ( Tonschnitt )
  • 2010
    • Nueva vista
      Streaming
      Dokumentarfilm
      Editor, Tonschnitt
    • Regie: Co Regie
      Stereo
      Editor, Tonschnitt ( Tonmischung )
    • Fluc, fluctuated Rooms
      Kino
      Dokumentarfilm
      Editor, Sounddesigner
    • Regie: Armin Faymann
      Editor, Sounddesigner ( Musiker, Tonschnitt, Tonmischung, Farbkorrektur )
    • Commune im Aufbau
      Kino
      Dokumentarfilm
      Soundeditor, Sounddesigner
    • Regie: Oliver Ressler und Dario Azzellini
      Soundeditor, Sounddesigner ( Tonschnitt, Re-recording Mixer, Edit Supervisor )
  • 2009
  • 2006
    • 5 Fabriken
      Kino
      Dokumentarfilm
      Tonschnitt
    • Regie: Oliver Ressler und Dario Azzellini
      Tonschnitt
  • 2005
  • 2003
    • Nika Ithemba
      Streaming
      Werbung
      Tonmischung
    • Regie: eYeM Production
      Stereo
      Tonmischung

      Imagefilm : das offizielle Life Ball Video

  • 2002
  • 2001
    • Das Spiel
      Kino
      Kurz-Spielfilm
      Sounddesign
    • Regie: Volkmar Geiblinger
      Sounddesign ( Musiker )
    • Die Alptraeume des Franz Beckenbauers
      Streaming
      Kurz-Spielfilm
      Sounddesign
    • Regie: Lukas Sturm
      Stereo
      Sounddesign