Tim Ellrich is a young German filmmaker, who is currently studying Fiction Directing at the Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg, At an early age he began working in a cinema in his hometown and after traineeships at professional film productions, Ellrich moved to Vienna, where he studied Theatre, Film and Media Studies. He graduated with distinction and applied afterwards at the Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg. In his films Ellrich tries to deal with the absurdities of the daily life. His short Die Badewanne and won the "Special Prize of the Jury" at the Clermont Ferrand Short Film Festival in 2016 and is long-listed for the Academy Awards 2018.
Leopold Pape is a young creative producer based in Vienna. From an early age on he got introduced into the world of narrative mediums such as theatre, opera and film. He travelled to a large amount of international art festivals, gaining a vast knowledge about the workings of culture and media industry. After a number of internships in theatre and film he followed his passion to Vienna where he studied theatre, film and media studies, while beginning to produce his first films. He graduated with excellence and has been working with director Tim Ellrich since 2014.
The artist collective Coronado Film started in 2012. Since then, we are mainly working transnational between Germany and Austria and finding our own way in the german-speaking film industry. Our films were screened at more than 350 international film festivals and won more than 70 international awards.
Dominik Huber is an Austrian Writer, Art Director and Producer. Finishing an apprentice ship as a technical drafter he was first going into a complete different direction. While working in an architectual office he soon realized his talent for writing and set design. He then met Tim Ellrich in Vienna and they began to write their screenplpays together. Dominik Huber also used his technical skills and built the sets to all the films. The Bathtub was their 4th collaboration.