blue+green communication is a film production company based in Vienna, Austria, working with partners in London, New York and Los Angeles. The company is owned and headed by Friedrich Moser. blue+green communication produces cinema and broadcast documentaries for the international market, focusing on current affairs, nature, science and history.
producer / director / cinematographer
Friedrich holds a university degree (MA) in History and German Studies from the University of Salzburg, Austria. From 1998-2000 he worked as a TV journalist in Bolzano/Bozen, Italy. In 2001 he founded blue+green communication. In 2008 Friedrich successfully attended the Documentary Campus, the European Masterclass in nonfiction filmmaking, and started to make documentaries for the international market. Friedrich has been writing, directing, shooting and producing documentaries since 1999, with an output of over 20 films. Friedrich’s professional career also includes lecturing on history and documentaries at the University of Vienna / Department of Economic and Social History, as well as teaching video production at the Secondary School for Commercial Graphics in Bressanone-Brixen, Italy.
assistant director / assistant producer / accounting
Stefanie holds a university degree (MA) in Social and Cultural Anthropology from the University of Vienna, as well as diplomas in tourism management and mediation/conflict management. Her management skills have been trained in a dozen jobs in the cultural and welfare sector. In 2010, Stefanie decided to add some creativity to her portfolio and in 2011 she fully joined blue+green communication.
senior producer / script editor / director
Michael holds a PhD in biochemistry from the University of Innsbruck, Austria. However after finishing his studies he turned to writing and filmmaking. Since 1990 Michael has produced over 40 feature ﬁlms, documentaries and TV doc series. Since 2009 Michael also has been working as a tutor and advisor for the European MEDIA training programme SOURCES 2. Michael is a member of the European Film Academy and the Austrian Film Academy. Since 2014 he has been working with blue+green communication as a senior producer and script editor.
executive producer / production manager
Peter holds a university degree (MA) in Filmproduction from the University for Music and Performing Arts in Vienna, Austria. Since 2002 Peter has worked on over 20 documentary films as production manager. Since 2014 he has been working with blue+green communication as executive producer. With his own company PLAESION Film + Vision he also produces documentaries on social issues.
Daniel Andrew Wunderer
screenwriter / director
Daniel holds MAs in History and in Screenwriting as well as a BA in Media & Communication from studies in Austria, Italy, Germany, Finland and the UK. As a freelance filmmaker his output includes feature films and documentaries as well as music videos and experimental films. Daniel has been working with blue+green communication since 2007 in a wide range of functions, but mostly as screenwriter, director, assistant director, and audiovisual archive researcher.
Susanna holds an MA in Theatre, Film and Media Studies and History of Art. Since 2015 she is working with blue+green communication.
Bianca Jasmina Rauch
Bianca holds a BA in Theater, Film and Media Studies from the University of Vienna and is currently writing her MA thesis. Having worked in various jobs as assistant in theatre, broadcasting and production, Bianca joined blue+green communication in 2015 as a creative and production intern.
Thibault has a technical diploma in audiovisual studies from the BTS Bayonne-Biarritz, France. In 2015 he joined blue+green communication as an intern from the European ERASMUS+ exchange program to get professional practice abroad.
We create movies for cinema.
We create movies for television.
We are interested in the bigger picture of political events.
We are interested in the human stories behind scientific discoveries.
We focus on the interaction between nature and mankind.
We are interested in the long-term developments that led to specific historical situations.