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showcase magazine Jan 2015 germany issue 516
Shotz Production Service film production services
Shotz is one of Germany’s leading production service companies providing slick logistics and peace of mind to a host of international and local production companies for commercials and feature films.
Shotz is a boutique company run by its owners Tom Ehrhardt and Miki Emmrich who have line produced more than 400 commercials, feature films and music videos for the German and international markets. They have an incredible knowledge of locations in Germany and are perfectly acquainted with stunts, special effects and large amounts of agency and client personnel on set.
Shotz is a member of the Global Production Network and covers filming in Germany and Austria.
Recent serviced production companies and agencies include:
- Castrol EDGE Titanium / Logan Media, US.
- Citizen / Dentsu Creative X, JAP.
- Fiat 500L / Movie Magic International, IT.
- Stella Artois / Mother London, UK.
- Spooks - The Greater Good / Pinewood Studios, UK.
- 2015 Mustang casting / Team Detroit, US.
spotlight magazine Mar 2012 services for photography & filmClient: Chevrolet Canada Video Gallery
Shotz recently line produced a TV ad for online shoe shop Zalando with production company radical media Berlin and Australian director Nick Ball. The company also line produced Dirk Nowitzki for ING direct, currently on-air in Germany.
Photographer Stan Musilek and graphic designer David Turner photographed Lulu, a retired 80 year old wax mannequin, for the new Lou Reed and Metallica album cover.
Shotz also serviced Holiday Films during a seven-day shoot in Berlin and its environs for Chevrolet Canada.
Shotz offers the full range of professional production services for filming in Germany. The team is adept at dealing with large numbers of agency and client personnel, taking care of celebrities both on and off set and working on complicated multi-location shoots.
“We don’t know the word problem, we only find solutions for challenges.”