European Genre Forum
When their ship crashes into the Arctic ice, climate researcher Tessa and her team are stranded. Searching for help inside a ghost shipwreck, they stumble upon a starved polar bear and her cub, looking to feed on the survivors.
When their ship crashes into the Arctic ice, climate researcher Tessa and her team are stranded. Searching for help inside a ghost shipwreck, they stumble upon a starved polar bear and her cub, looking to feed on the survivors. To make matters worse, her team betrays Tessa's cause and greedily probes the deep sea for potential oil fields – making Nook an expendable threat to their scheme. Now her only chance for survival and protection of this eco-system - is an uneasy alliance with mother bear.
Neopol Film is a production company based in Frankfurt. Our vision is to shed a spotlight on society's normalities and weirdnesses. We tell compelling stories that make you laugh and cry. We develop our projects in close collaboration with European and International partners.
Lukas Rinker started his director-for-hire-career on small-time commercials in 2016, Lukas has always chipped away at getting his first feature movie off the ground. Now that his debut Holy Shit!, a film about a guy trapped in a portable toilet, has sold to 20+ territories, all bets are off. Leaving behind the soulless world of advertising Lukas now enjoys full-time-writing on his upcoming projects. Among them: Paws - the creature-horror-project of his dreams.
Tonio Kellner is co-founder and co-CEO of Neopol Film. He is a member of the Atelier Ludwigsburg- Paris Network and of the Intl. Co-production Accelerator Program of the CMPA. He is co-heading the Young Producers Section of the German Independent Producers Association Produzentenverband. He is one of the 2023 Producers to take part in the ACE Mentoring Program EU. He holds a Master's degree in Film History, Sociology and Roman languages, and worked as a commercial producer on intl. campaigns.