Berlinale Spotlight: ZDF Enterprises


BERLIN: The 3×90-minute event movie Ku’damm 56, a top highlight for ZDF Enterprises at Berlinale, tells a story of young women in the 1950s and their rebelliousness against the view of a woman’s role in post-war society.

Fred Burcksen, the executive VP and COO of ZDF Enterprises, says the show “could easily turn into a binge-viewing favorite with its stunningly realistic sets, costumes and, of course, stories.”

Further highlights include Blochin, which stars Jürgen Vogel as a police inspector who used to work on the other side of the law. “Blochin has us on pins and needles after its resoundingly positive reception at last year’s Berlinale and its nomination for the Golden Camera this year,” says Burcksen. There’s also a second season of The Fall being presented.

“For a high production value, we need renowned producers and popular actors, which is why we work with some of the greatest talents of their generation, who have been honored with various prestigious awards,” says Burcksen.