Thoughts on my addiction
A short documentary shot for ExBerliner's May 2015 issue, featuring the struggles of a Polish-German actress with alcoholism. Di...
A crowdfunding video shot for the fruit paper manufacture Dörrwerk. The campaign raised €14.291,00. ...
Detroit Soup – Culture:City
A short movie shot for the exhibition culture:city, which took place in the Academy of Arts in Berlin. ...
An insider look on the world of dog breeding. Produced by Haikai Films and Thomas Schwank...
Climate refugees exhibition
A crowdfunding campaign by the German Association of the United Nations. ...
Karina Buhr in Berlin
A short film about the Brazilian singer Karina Buhr and her relationship with Germany, Berlin and the Wall, shot during her europe...
Haikai Films is a full service video production company based in Berlin. Our pool of passionate, experienced and award-winning professionals of the film industry will ensure that your story will be told with stunning, cinematic visuals that you are only used to see in the movie theaters. Always on time and within your budget.
We handle a very wide variety of projects, including crowdfunding videos, corporate videos, image films, documentaries, fiction, making of, music videos, concerts, conference videos and nearly all projects involving moving images no matter what size or scope. We take care of every step of the production process, from concept development to capturing the footage on set and finally to shaping the product in the post-production through editing, color correction, effects, sound mixing, encoding and finally uploading the video to your website. As our client, you’ll never need to worry about the technical challenges of the production process so that you can focus your energy exclusively on the creative collaboration.
Theo Solnik was born in Sao Paulo, Brazil, in 1981 and is an award winning film director and cinematographer. Before studying film at the German Film and Television Academy Berlin (dffb), he studied Philosophy and Sociology at the Oslo Univeristy and worked several years as a photographer and musical director for theatre plays. His first feature length movie "Anna Pavlova lives in Berlin" was shown in festivals in 25 different countries and received 6 awards, including Best Cinematography at the Achtung Berlin Festival and the Award for Young Film Art from the German Film Academy.
After studying Urban History and achieving a Master degree in Human Geography at São Paulo University, Flora Lahuerta started to do research and production for documentary projects for cinema and TV, having worked with award winning Brazilian directors like Kiko Goifman, Claudia Priscilla and Marcelo Caetano. She produced short and feature films, most of them dealing with the subject of urbanism, sexuality and gender identities, like the Teddy Awards finalist "Look at me again", selected for the 2012 Berlinale.
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