Flaneur Films wishes to make films —


— of any length (from shorts to features)
— that can be experimental fiction, documentary or everything else they want to be
— that have socio-political awareness and possess cultural and regional specificity
— that allow directors to employ their own distinctive approaches and draw on their
     aesthetic flair
— that are as much about working together with people as being about them.

Flaneur Films is based in Berlin/Germany but works in international contexts
and wishes to build long-term collaborations with directors and production partners,
all in the name of cinephilia.

So friends, let's wander and wonder!

Zsuzsanna Kiràly
March 2017


Zsuzsanna Kiràly


Zsuzsanna Kiràly studied Journalism and Communication Studies in Vienna and Berlin. She worked in public relations for various cultural events, for several film festivals and in film production with X Filme Creative Pool.
Since 2009, she has been working with Komplizen Film as Head of Development. Her previous production work for the company includes Valeska Grisebach’s WESTERN, Maren Ade’s TONI ERDMANN, Miguel Gomes’ ARABIAN NIGHTS, TABU and REDEMPTION, Ulrich Köhler’s SLEEPING SICKNESS, and many others.
She joined the editorial team of Revolver, Zeitschrift für Film in 2011. She was a story editor at the Script&Pitch program of the TorinoFilmLab in 2013 and is part of the TorinoFilmLab ScriptLab and FeatureLab selection reading committee.

Prior to founding Flaneur Films, she produced the experimental short TAKE WHAT YOU CAN CARRY by Matt Porterfield, which premiered in Competition at the Berlinale Shorts in 2015, and the experimental feature MUITO ROMÂNTICO by Melissa Dullius and Gustavo Jahn, which premiered at the Berlinale Forum Expanded in 2016. The first Flaneur Films production was PHANTASIESÄTZE by Dane Komljen, which premiered at Locarno Film Festival 2017 and won the Fundación Casa Wabi – Mantarraya Award.

Filmography - Flaneur Films
PHANTASIESÄTZE, a short film by Dane Komljen
premiered at Locarno Film Festival 2017 - Signs of Life Competition

MUITO ROMÂNTICO, a feature film by Melissa Dullius and Gustavo Jahn / Distruktur
Associate Producer
premiered at Berlinale Forum Expanded 2016

REDEMPTION, a short film by Miguel Gomes
Junior Producer at Komplizen Film
premiered in Venice Official Program, Out of Competition