REC für youth jury

Martin Danisch

Martin Danisch

Martin Danisch, born 1984 in Lower Saxony, lives and works as a film producer and is the owner of the film production company Turbokultur in Berlin, together with David Hadda. After graduating from the German Film and Television Academy in Berlin, he was awarded the Critics‘ Prize in Cannes for his short film „Komm und Spiel“ (directed by Daria Belova). With Turbokultur he is the creator of the shows Heroes, Jokes, Deadlines, Lamia, Stay Live, Homies & Freitagnacht Jews.

Rebecca Rudolph

Rebecca Rudolph is a German actress. She studied acting at the Academy of Film and Television „Konrad Wolf“ in Potsdam from 2001 to 2005. After appearing in short films, she made her film debut in 2003 in „Die Farbe der Seele“ alongside Eva Mattes, directed by Helma Sanders-Brahms. Since then she has appeared in various film and television productions. In addition to her acting work, she has also been a guest lecturer at the HFF Konrad Wolf for „Acting and Directing“ for several years. She also works as a voice-over artist and as an acting coach.

Fee Scherer

Fee Scherer was born in Berlin in 1979 and discovered her love for pictures and photography at an early age. At the age of 16 she started working in a photo studio and after graduating from high school she went directly to study camera. With director Philipp Eichholtz she shot several feature films in Berlin Mumblecore style, one of them „Rückenwind von vorn“ opened the section Perspektive Deutsches Kino at the 68th Berlinale. Besides feature films, she has worked on many television series, web series and cross media projects. A special focus of hers is underwater cinematography. Currently she has just finished working on 2 feature films for ZDF and will soon start shooting a children’s series.

Workshops 2022

There will be great workshops at the REC Film Festival Berlin again this year.

Workshop for the city partners of the Tempelhof-Schöneberg district of Berlin


Media education work in the partner cities

With Tobias Rahm

In this workshop, the media centers of the city partners of the Tempelhof-Schöneberg district of Berlin will exchange their working methods and experiences in media education work with children and young people. Films of the city partners will be shown and discussed.

Workshops for filmmakers


Stunt Workshop

With Micha Bornhütter

In this workshop you will get to know the job of a stuntman. The secret of real-looking fights in films will be revealed and you will get an insight into how such a fight scene is rehearsed and realized for a film. Of course, you can also try it out yourself.


Graffiti Lettering

With Kien Camargo Klasen

In this workshop you will learn how to create impressive graffiti lettering. Here you can also try yourself and create a small lettering. In addition, you will learn with tips and tricks, how your graffiti looks particularly professional in the end.

Workshops for school classes and other educational institutions to accompany the REC for Kids film blocks


Animation film: Create your own film

with Silke Abendschein and Jan Gadermann

In this workshop you will learn how to create an animated film. You will have the opportunity to work on a small theme and learn how to turn it into an animated film.


Radio workshop: Audio contribution to the festival

with Mario Prause

In this workshop we will learn together how a radio broadcast works. You will get the chance to create your own radio report about the festival.


16mm film workshop: Cut your own 16mm film.

with Sophia Wohlfarth

Have you ever held film material in your hands? We will cut experimental films from existing 16mm film, recolor the footage, alter it, experiment with it, and then watch our creations on the projector.