zero one film is an independent film production company based in Berlin which produces high-quality documentary and fiction films for cinema and innovative formats for German and International Television. Over the past 15 years zero one film has produced many documentary and feature films for the International market; among others: “Black Box Germany” (European Film Award 2001, German Film Award 2002), “The Kids Are Dead” (German Film Award 2004) and “White Ravens – Nightmare Chechnya” (Grimme Award 2007) as well as successful television formats like “Black Forest House 1902”, “Our 1950s” and “Our 1960s”. zero one co-produced several films with the renowned Russian director Aleksandr Sokurov, e.g. “Mother & Son” (1997), “Moloch” (1999), “Father and Son” (2003). With the production “24h Berlin” (2009, ARTE/rbb, 1440’) the company created the portrait of a city as a 24-hour television programme and multi-media event that actively involved the audience. The documentary "Gerhard Richter Painting“ by Corinna Belz won the German film award 2012. “More Than Honey” by Markus Imhoof won among others the German Film Award 2013.