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Happy Clients
04.08.2014

We are honored to have been working for so many happy clients so far and like to put out a huge Thank You for their long standing trust in our work! Check out the overview we have put together in the ABOUT section of our website.

Internship at MovieBrats
08.07.2014

We are on the hunt for a dedicated PRODUCTION INTERN (m/f) to support our producers in general office routine and their daily project work at our Berlin-Kreuzberg studio. Time period: 6 months. Click on through to our job page for all the details. Please send your applications via email only at  jobs [at] moviebrats [dot] com

Jerry Goldsmith Awards
26.06.2014

We are happy to announce that LOST PLACE is nominated for “Best Music in a Feature Film” at the prestigious Jerry Goldsmith Awards. Congrats to our longtime MovieBrats collaborator, composer Adrian Sieber. The soundtrack album is available as CD or as digital download.

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