Friedrich Klütsch

Friedrich Klütsch

Producer, director and CEO

Friedrich Klütsch was born in Cologne in 1957. He studied documentary film production at the Hochschule für Film München HFF 1980 -1984. 1984 he received a prize for his diploma film ASYLUM.1999 he founded the Munich production company DEMAX Filmproduktion. Today he works as a producer, director and screenwriter. Selected films: 1998-2000 2000 years Christianity - 3 episodes (of 10) x 45’ ARD2002 God’s Warrior - Bernhard von Clairvaux and the 2nd ARD2002 film festival in Munich. Crusade, 52’ ZDF2003 Judas - Traitor or Saint, 48’ ZDF2004 Herod - Tyrant or Genius, 52’ ZDF2005 King David, ZDF2006 Kiss of Death - Salome and John the Baptist, 44’ ZDF2007 Kaiphas and Pilatus, 44’ ZDF2008 Seevölker, 52’ ZDF2010 The Germans, 1. Season: Emperor Friedrich Barbarossa; Martin Luther; 2 ep (from 10) x 44’ ZDF2011 Mission Impossible - Jesuits in China, 44’ ZDF2012 Orient - A History of the Orient, 1 ep (from 3), 44’ ZDF2012 The Germans, Season 2: Ludwig II, King of Bavaria; 1 Ep. (of 10), 44’ ZDF2013 DISCOVERERS - moderated by Robert Atzorn: Expedition to the Desert, Episode 1 (of 3), 44’ ZDF2014 The Bible Story - moderated by Margot Käßmann: The Ten Commandments; Ascent of God; 2 episodes à 44’ ZDF2015 Tarzan - Return from the Jungle, 44’ WDR/arte2016 The Sons of Sinbad - A Story of Oman, 3 episodes, 52’, 44’ and 48’ deMAX/GUtech2017 Martin Luther - Tribunal in Worms, screenplay, 90’ NFP/ZDF2018 Seven Days - The Passion of Christ, script 90’ NFP2019 Tracing the Legacy - Omani Presence in East Africa. 3x 45’ deMAX/Nizwa Magazine

Joachim Puls

Joachim Puls

Author and media producer

Joachim Puls was born in Essen in 1962 and works as an author, consultant and media producer for various broadcasters and clients outside television. As a lecturer and trainer, he has many years of experience in training in various areas of media, journalism and video production. As a dramaturge, he develops strategies and advises authors and editors (including NDR) on the basis of an appreciative analysis. Since 2006, he has been increasingly involved in projects outside television. He made educational films in cooperation with the Robert Koch Institute in Berlin, for various federal ministries and for the EHAC, the European HEMS & Air Ambulance Committee and the Federal Ministry of Health. From 2005 to 2012 he was involved in the development of moving image communication as media partner of the SOS Children’s Villages. He made numerous contributions, including to the "6 Villages for 2006" fundraising campaign for the FIFA World Cup in Germany, the "Prix Leonardo" (Turin) for "Like Rain in the Desert", a film about infusions in Africa, and the production of "2000 Years of Christianity" was awarded the Bavarian Film Prize. Co-founder of the "CWL" foundation, he is a member of the German Journalists Association DJV, the Discovery Campus and the European Documentary Network EDN.

Georg Popp

Georg Popp

Author and artist

Georg Popp has been working with the Sultanate of Oman and its people for more than 20 years in a very intensive and personal way. Through his friendship with Omani Juma Al-Maskari, which has existed since days of study, he has gained intensive insights into the Sultanate of Oman over the years. Since 1992, the Sultanate of Oman has been his main focus with artistic works, publications, exhibitions and projects. In order to give his various activities a common roof, he founded ARABIA FELIX Synform GmbH in 1999. He has published several articles and books about the Sultanate, including the first German-speaking travel guide about the country. Since 2001 he has produced various travelling exhibitions about Oman in cooperation with Omani ministries. He has advised various journalists and film projects and himself worked on documentaries on various topics related to Oman. From 2001 to 2009 he was an Advisor for Culture of the German-Omani Society, From 2009 until the end of 2018 he was Secretary General of this official bilateral society.