Scripting, directing, editing. Arabic and English.
Development, production, programming
Welcome to the Gulf: Locations, permits, crew, staff, equipment.
GTV will service your filming and communication needs with diligence, intelligence and creativity. For us, every film is the most important one, every client our best. We are not only producing great films, we can also help you shape your moving image strategy: with deep experience in media - TV and web - we can advise you how to make sure, that the right people watch your videos.
GTV's producers are not only experienced film directors - all of them have a journalistic background: They know how to tell your story in a captivating way.
Our films are state of the art: The right pace, the best technology, creative approach, crisp colours in the postproduction.
With GTV you will not experience any bad surprises: We finish at the deadlines (or earlier!), we deliver what we promised (or more!).
We are happy when you are: We want you to love our work and help achieving your communication goals. Most of our clients come back again and again...
Runs all business and legal affairs at GTV, and is the main point of contact for clients. Joined GTV as a partner after a career as commercial lawyer. Runs all budgets and supervises larger or complex projects. email@example.com
Founded GTV ten years ago after a career in Germany's TV and media scene. Supervises all scripts and creative, serves as producer for larger projects. Consults clients on media and exposure. firstname.lastname@example.org
A film-graduate from Penn State University, Jimmy worked on productions in Hollywood, at the Super Bowl, feature films in Europe, and TVC’s in the UAE. At GTV he is responsible for smooth production flow and effective use of budgets. email@example.com
Has produced factual content for broadcast and clients for over a dozen years on five continents, often with a focus on automotive topics. Since joining GTV, Philip has been producing numerous TVC's for our clients. firstname.lastname@example.org
Her focus is on corporate clients: Fritzi runs your film project diligently and creatively from idea, over script and shoot - to final delivery. Fritzi was employed at a managing position at one of Germanys major broadcasters before joining GTV. email@example.com
Like all of GTV’s producers, Rebekka has a background as a journalist, helping her to tell your story in a captivating way on film, may it be for social media or TV. Also services international productions coming into town. firstname.lastname@example.org
Runs the post production department. Anoshe is “home grown” at GTV: He joined in 2010 right after graduating from Dubai’s SAE (School of Audio Engineering) Institute and has since edited hundreds of films, including most of GTV’s major TV documentaries. email@example.com
Broadcast Pro Middle East is a monthly publication covering television and radio broadcasting technology as well as filmmaking trends in the Arab world. The magazine focuses on the entire broadcast chain from content acquisition and editing to media.
"A quirky new show is all set to premiere on OSN tomorrow featuring another great side of the rich, multi-cultural society in Dubai: Put Your Car on TV. The show is a new concept in the region, a car competition where participants get to show off their cars on TV. The show is shot and produced completely in Dubai and will be shown on Motor Vision HD. "The trick is in the title actually," explained Tewe Pannier of German TV (GTV), the brain behind the show and the producer. "In Put Your Car on TV". "This is a show which has been tailored for Dubai because Dubai is car-crazy."
"All the drama surrounding this epic endurance race is captured in the TV documentary "The Battle of the Falcons", an exclusive preview of which was screened for an invited audience recently at the Yas Marina Circuit Media Centre. The documentary is set to be broadcast by Abu Dhabi Sports Channel on a date to be scheduled shortly, along with the German channel Motorvision HD, while team sponsors Abu Dhabi Racing are receiving interest from several other overseas broadcasters."
Landmark: Media One Hotel.