Barrierfree Films with Q&As
Thomas Kitsche, Patrick Fohrmann
Thomas Kitsche, born in 1989 in Halle an der Saale, studied acting at the Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy Academy of Music and Theatre in Leipzig. During his studies, he was a member of the acting studio at the Staatsschauspiel Dresden. There he and his fellow students received the Max Reinhardt Prize 2012 for the production "Nothing. What is important in life". His theatre engagements have taken him to the Augsburg Theatre, Staatsschauspiel Dresden, Stadttheater Münster and Schauspielhaus Düsseldorf. He has been working as a freelance actor since 2015 and has filmed in productions for ARD, ZDF and BBC, among others. In addition to his work in front of the camera and on stage, he is also a lecturer for acting at the Folkwang University of the Arts and the Leipzig University of Music and Theatre. With Anna Gamburg he realized his first project on his own: the sketch series "BAD BREAKUPS". Patrick Fohrmann works as a freelance director (BVR) and author for TV and film productions (Krude TV, Gute Nacht!, Eurovision Song Contest, José Carreras TV Gala). Among other things, he filmed 3 seasons of "Krude TV - Comedy von Norden", for which he was awarded the German Comedy Prize in the category "Best Sketch Comedy". For the season "Gute Nacht! Die Show vor Einschlafen", he was the author and director of the film clips. The show with Wigald Boning was nominated for the 53rd Grimme Prize in the entertainment category. Patrick founded his own film production company together with a filmmaker and lives in Berlin.