Supported by Adobe.
Konstantin Bock, Dennis Vogt, Tim David Müller-Zitzke, Susan Korda
moderated by Rufus Deuchler, Can Döner
Drop in for this live Adobe stream-session, led by editing experts and Talents who rework samples of their choosing. Follow their manoeuvres and suggestions on the projected screen and make sure to get a few tricky questions in while you can! (This event is conducted in German).
Konstantin Bock is a director and editor based in Berlin and Beirut. He works in both film and theatre. His documentary HATTIE GOES CRUISING has toured to over 50 festivals worldwide, and he recently finished editing Nadine Labaki's Academy Award nominated film CAPERNAUM.
Dennis Vogt is one of three directors behind the documentary PROJECT: ANTARTIC, which was recently released across Germany. For him, filming while hanging from an airplane by a belt or being stuck down a mine shaft is no reason to worry. Only when the battery is empty or storage is full does he panic, and he likes to keep his team on the go. He also shoots and edits his own documentaries and commercials for the advertising industry.
Tim David Müller-Zitzke
Tim David Müller-Zitzke is a film producer and photographer. While still a student, he started working on the travel documentary PROJECT: ANTARTIC, which was released in German cinemas in late 2018. He has previously worked on the Hollywood blockbuster INDEPENDENCE DAY: RESURGENCE, held lectures at Oxford and Cambridge, and been a brand ambassador for Adobe since 2016.
A former corporate and editorial designer, Rufus Deuchler has over 20 years’ worth of practical experience of working with Adobe tools. As Principal Manager of Creative Cloud Evangelism, he helps to explain creative software and technologies to a worldwide audience. Together with his colleague Can Döner, he also moderates “Adobe Live” in Germany.
Can Döner is a marketing manager for young creatives at Adobe in Munich. Originally from Mainz, the 27-year-old has already worked for companies such as BMW, Amazon, SEGA and Boehringer Ingelheim. In addition to his role as marketing manager, he heads Adobe’s in-house streaming format “Adobe Live,” which he moderates together with his colleague Rufus Deuchler.
Susan Korda edited the Oscar-nominated FOR ALL MANKIND and the Teddy Award winner TREMBLING BEFORE G-D. She was story consultant on FIRST COUSIN ONCE REMOVED, which won at IDFA in 2012 and was shortlisted for an Oscar in 2014. Her directing credits include VIENNA IS DIFFERENT, ONE OF US and the short SALOMEA'S NOSE. She teaches at Columbia University and mentors at the Scottish Documentary Institute at the Edinburgh College of Art and at ifs internationale filmschule köln.