Hardly anywhere else is the topical and methodological wealth of research at the Film University more evident than in the creative proliferation of postgraduate qualification projects. At the same time, these projects, their development, and their success are the touchstone for the quality of our support for young talent. The projects are in a constant state of flux until they are completed, which is why the following overview offers only a snapshot. Completed and published dissertations can also be found under Publications and in the library catalog.
- Katja Straub: Dream Nails
- Daniel Körling: The Historical Film in National Socialism
- Gonzalo H. Rodríguez: Villa Futuro. Artistic Research in Digital Media around the Speculative Story of a Slum
- Vera Gerner: About participatory documentary film, a case in Costa Rica.
- Julian Erdmann: Lifeworld-Oriented Media Education with Disadvantaged Youth and the Dealing of Pedagogical Professionals with unfamiliarly habitual Media Worlds
- Vivien Zschammer: Aspects of political opinion-forming through social media influencing
- Lucy Pizaña: Jewish Film Festivals. Film festival programmes and reception attitudes: an approach to a definition of 'Jewish film'
- Thilo Eisermann: Retro-Games and their Role in the Negotiation of Games Culture in Digital Spaces
- Tobias Frühmorgen: Creative Artificial Intelligence, how AI and I write a screenplay
- Lillian Rosa: About the impact of art and the art of impact - Social Impact Documentaries – Produktionsbedingungen, Strategien und Entwicklungspotential