Movies are what we live for
RM Filmstudio has been producing films for several years. We are internationally connected filmmakers with rich and various experience.
Find out, who we are!
Director/Director of Photography
Richard Marx works and lives in Berlin. He started out in television as an EB assistant. After his training as a media designer in picture & sound, he worked for several years for NDR, MDR, RBB, ARD, BR, N24 and Pro7.
From 2009-2017 he studied cinematography at the German Film and Television Academy Berlin (DFFB). This was followed by several film projects in Germany and abroad. For example, he made a 60-minute documentary about the GULAG in Russia and in 2013 his first full-length feature film with the Kyrgyz comedy "Talisman - ili stan svesdoi".
Meanwhile he passes on his experience as a lecturer for camera and film narration at the Berlin University of the Arts and the Protestant School of Journalism in Berlin.
VFX Supervisor/Digital Artist
Dmytro Dokuno works and lives in Odessa (Ukraine). He studied IT Management at the Odessa Polytechnic University. After his graduation with a Master of Science he has worked for several years at ATV Broadcast as a cameraman. His work focuses on visual effects, photogrammetry and 3D modelling. He is co-founder of Pixelated Realities, which is dedicated to the preservation of significant architectural achievements in 3D.
Director of Photography
Joanna Kakitek works and lives in Warsaw (Poland). She is a Cinematography graduate from Film School in Lodz (Poland) and also has earned a Master's degree in philosophy from Technical University of Berlin. She works as a director of photography and camera operator for feature films, TV series and commercials. Her work as DOP has been presented at festivals such as Camerimage, Krakow Film Festival, Seoul Film Festival, Beijing International Short Film Festival, Festival Européen du Film Court de Brest, Trieste Film Festival and others.
She has been awarded for the best cinematography at International Women in Film Festival and Short to the Point (International Film Festival).