by Bálint Kenyeres


by Jennifer Fox


by Hafsteinn Gunnar Sigurdsson


by Jan Speckenbach


by Isabel Coixet


The Tale nominated twice at Primetime Emmys

The nominations for the Primetime Emmys are out and Jennifer Fox’s The Tale is competing in the categories Outstanding TV Movie and Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or TV Movie (Laura Dern). The award ceremony is on September 17 in Los Angeles. The film is out via HBO in North America and many other territories worldwide – the German airdate is August 17 on Sky Cinema.

Tegnap in competition at the 71th Locarno Festival

Bálint Kenyeres’ Tegnap (Hier) will play in the Cineasti del Presenti competition at the 71th Locarno Festival. The six-countries co-production stars Vlad Ivanov, Djemel Barek and Gamil Ratib and was funded by Hungarian National Film FundCNC Avance sur Recettes & Nouvelle TechnologiesFilm i Väst, MEDIA Program and The Netherlands Film Fund and supported by SR arte.

UK Release for The Bookshop

After a sucessful career in the cinemas of Spain, Germany, Brazil and Argentina, Isabel Coixet’s new feature, starring Emily Mortimer, Bill Nighy and Patricia Clarkson hits the british theaters on June 29. The adaptation of the story by Booker Prize-winning novelist Penelope Fitzgerald won 3 Goyas (best film, best director and best adapted screenplay) and had its international premiere in the Berlinale Special Gala section. World sales are handled by Celsius Entertainment.

The Tale nominated for TCA Awards

The TV award season begins with a nomination for Jennifer Fox’s The Tale in the category Outstanding Achievement in Movie or Miniseries at the TV Critics Association Awards. HBO Films premiered The Tale in the US and other countries on May 26. In Germany, it’ll be aired on Sky Cinema at 8:15pm on Friday, August 17. The film celebrated its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival and will have its German premiere in the Cinemasters competition at the Munich Film Festival.

Jamila Wenske and Sol Bondy among Variety’s Producer’s to Watch 2018

Variety has released its 10 Producers to Watch for 2018 and we’re thrilled to have our both producers included in the diverse mix of producers from the U.S. and the thriving international film scene. Variety Producers to Watch, which was originally launched at the Cannes Film Festival in 1998, returned to the Croisette last year and will once again be presented there this year.


Eurimages backs The County

Our new co-production with Icelandic Netop Films received financial support from Eurimages, the prestigious Council of Europe fund for European cinematographic works. The County is Grímur Hákonarson’s third feature, after his Un Certain Regard winner Rams. The principal photography started on February 27th. Denmark’s Profile Pictures and France’s Haut et Court are also on board of the film. SR/arte will broadcast in Germany, world sales are handled by New Europe Film Sales. ICM will sell the US.


One Two Films is a Berlin based production company run by Sol Bondy, Jamila Wenske and Christoph Lange. Our focus is feature films for the international market.

With our Director Driven projects we provide our carefully selected directors with a home base. Working closely together, we produce high-class art house films. With our Producer Driven projects we develop scripts together with authors, packaging projects with the goal of finding experienced directors for high quality feature films. These are aimed solely at the market for widespread distribution.

We are members of TAP, ACE, the German Producers Association VDFP and the European Film Academy.

„Jamila Wenske & Sol Bondy are among the 10 producers to watch in 2018.“
„An international focus for success.“
„Arrived. The production company with a smart and modern approach.“


Sol Bondy

Sol Bondy

was born in London and grew up in Spain and Berlin. He graduated from the German film school dffb Berlin. He was recognized as „Future Leader“ by Screen International and graduated from the “Trans Atlantic Partners” program in 2013. In 2018, he was named one of the „10 Producers to Watch” by Variety. Sol is a member of the European Film Academy and subsequently teaches at the dffb, Film University Potsdam, Met Film School and FAMU.

Jamila Wenske

Jamila Wenske

was born in Bad Saarow and grew up in Berlin. Following her studies in film production at the Film University Konrad Wolf in Babelsberg, she graduated from the German-French masterclass Atelier Network for young European producers in Ludwigsburg and Paris. She was selected to be part of the ACE program by Ateliers du Cinéma Européen in 2014 and is a member of the ACE Producers Network and the European Film Academy.

Christoph Lange

Christoph Lange

was born and raised in Bremen. He graduated as Master in International Business at the University of Maastricht. Since then he founded, advised and managed various companies. His strategic investment and entrepreneurial know-how are the backbone of One Two Films.

Fred Burle

Fred Burle

is Brazilian and lives in Berlin since 2010, where he graduated from the German Film School dffb. His shorts screened at more than 400 festivals worldwide. He worked as film critic, at the world sales company The Match Factory, at the Berlinale and Munich Film Festival, curated the first dffb-Festival and lectured at the University of Brasilia and the European Film College.


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