It all began on a Thursday.
We are a boutique production company, executing new ways of documentary storytelling within international markets. High-end non scripted features and series for streamers are our specialty. Yet we do not shy away from scripted content and love when it comes to hybrid forms.
Our passion for story development and a slim company structure allow us to bring complex themes to production. We team up with some of the best creative partners and international production companies to create authentic and dense audience experiences.
works as a director, producer and showrunner for documentaries and fiction. His main focus is content development and writing.
From 2019 to 2021 he commissioned Original Documentaries for the global streaming service Netflix as the lead creative for the DACH territory as well as part of the EMEA territory team.
Nils has directed, written and produced documentaries and documentary series for over a decade. Clients include: ARD, ZDF, arte, SVT, BBC, RTL+. Nils is a founding Member of Media Frontline e.V,, a non-profit organisation of award-winning media representatives.
Benjamin is a German-Hungarian writer/director and producer. His projects range from commissions for public broadcasters, feature-films for cinema and nonfiction formats for streamers.
Benjamin’s directorial feature-film debut, Harvest (Stadt Land Fluss, Edition Salzgeber) premiered on the 61st Berlinale – Generation 14Plus and won the Berlinale Teddy Reader’s Award and best feature on the Side-By-Side Filmfestival in Russia.
On behalf of Lupa Film, Benjamin worked as creative producer on the development of Karim Aïnouz’ feature documentary THF – Central Airport (Berlinale Panorama 2018), as well as Albert Serra’s feature film Liberté (Cannes Un Certain Regard 2019)
In 2020/21 Benjamin was entrusted by Netflix Studios as showrunner of a 4×52′ true crime series, to be released in late 2021.
Benjamin is an alumni of the Torino Film Lab, and participant of EAVE, as well as fellow of the Salzburg Global LGBT Forum.
is a producer and director based in Berlin where he runs The Thursday Company. Felix has a strong track record of films dealing with social-political and environmental issues and has worked with German and international broadcasters and funders, such as ARD, ZDF, Arte, Medienboard, Eurimages and the German Foreign Ministry.
If not sitting at his desk overlooking the Markthalle in Berlin Kreuzberg, work has brought Felix to conflict zones around the world, such as Afghanistan, Ukraine, Indonesia or Egypt.
Recent projects as a director include the international 3-part series “1968mm” on occasion of the 50th anniversary of the revolutionary year of 1968. His feature fiction film “75 square meters“, currently in post-production, was entirely shot in Kyiv with amateur-actors and war refugees from Eastern Ukraine.
is a producer and film festival organiser based in Berlin and Kyiv.
Yevgeniya is a Ukrainian native and worked as a marketing manager before she married Felix (see above) and moved to Berlin. Since 2014 she has produced numerous short films, documentaries and film-related workshops and panels for the German Foreign Ministry. In 2016 she founded non-governmental agency Think Tank Ukraine and is organising since then Eastern Ukraine`s biggest film festival, K harkiv MeetDocs.
is a Berlin based producer and a big fan of Excel. He studied at the German Film and Television Academy Berlin (DFFB) and has worked on documentaries for German TV broadcasters and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
With a strong eye on documentary content and creative narratives, Daniel is currently taking care of the Thursday-projects as line producer.
is a producer based in Berlin.
Vivian has built a career working in film and television. She started in entertainment producing commercials and has, for the last six years, concentrated on producing doc umentaries and documentary series including SCITECH TV – a science show for the Arabic market, BECAUSE OF WHO I AM for arte/RBB and currently the arte series DAY ZERO. She is also working on bringing the Good Pitch to Berlin together with Doc Society/UK in order to raise awareness for creating impact with docs through campaigns.