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Dr. Fritz Kohle

Senior Lecturer, Media Production

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      Fritz Kohle is an IMEM faculty-member, graduated from the Surrey Institute of Art and Design and obtained his masters at the Northern-Media School, Sheffield Hallam University. In March 2018 he was awarded a Doctorate from the University of Edinburgh (Thesis: Whose documentary is it anyway?)

      Fritz worked as location manager on the Channel 4 UK feature-film Prometheus, was Head of Productions at the Lux-Centre London and Field Producer for iBeam Europe. As freelance Producer in London, he contributed to the German TV-series Marienhof with a daily viewership exceeding 6 million. He post-produced feature-films for Studio Babelsberg Berlin, including Wim Wender's Soul of a Man, and Jackie Chan's 80 Days Around the World.

      Until 2007 Fritz was Bigfoot Entertainment's Head of Post Production and then joined New York Universities Tisch School of the Arts as Assistant Director for the Production Centre, contributing to the establishment of the NYU Singapore Campus.

      Publications include the book Medienmacher Heute, published in collaboration with Ludwigsburg Film Academy, Germany, various chapter contributions on Social Media in collaboration with Professor Vladlena Benson of Kingston University, chapter contributions for Professor Baris Coban of Dogus University, Turkey, various peer-reviewed and published papers as well screenings of his documentaries in the Philippines, Vietnam, USA, the Netherlands and Germany.

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      Film, television, media production, social media, documentary.

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