Oldenburger Str. 44
10551 Berlin. Germany
Christine Guenther is born and raised in Germany. Prior to her career in film and television Christine has studied American literature and linguistics, political sciences and communication at the University of Bamberg and worked as a copy writer and creative producer in advertising after excursions into political journalism.
Christine has produced European segments of high-quality drama series such as Counterpart, Killing Eve, as well as International units of high-profile documentary series such as Liz Garbus’ Emmy-nominated The Fourth Estate, Netflix’ Abstract The Art Of Design and Ugly Delicious.
In 2015 Christine co-founded her production company FIREGLORY Pictures with Chevy K. Chen. The producing team has since then specialized on internationally viable productions with a strong emphasis on crossover storytelling that bridges the Atlantic and sparks flames in minds and hearts.
Christine coproduced coming of age drama 1/1 by Jeremy Phillips and feature doc Cassette by Zack Taylor which both have been released through Gravitas Ventures with limited theatrical runs in the U.S. and Germany. Cassette won in 2017 the Grand Jury Price at the 2017 Nashville International Filmfest.
Christine produced Kiss Me Kosher (Kiss Me Before It Blows Up) – a very romantic Middle Eastern culture clash comedy directed by Shirel Peleg, The Most Fearless – an empowering feature documentary about Bangladesh’s first female surfer directed by Heather Kessinger, and coproduced the feature drama Home, directed by Franka Potente, starring Jake McLaughlin and Kathy Bates. All three with plans to release in 2021.
Christine is an active member of the of Producers Guild of America (PGA) and serves on its International Committee and as the Representative of the Producers Guild of America in Germany
She is a Member of WIFT – Women in Film and Television and EWA – European Women Audiovisual Network that selected her for its 2017/2018 inaugural mentoring program for emerging European Producers.
1275 E. 6th Street
90021 Los Angeles, USA
Chevy K. Chen is a native Californian, who grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area and currently lives in Los Angeles. Before film and television, Chevy studied to be a percussionist and jazz drummer, but recognized his other passion in life; storytelling. He was accepted into the University of Southern California’s school of Cinematic Arts program and emphasized in cinematography and post production sound. After USC, he freelanced and ran an after school production program in Inglewood, CA where he taught basic and post production to children ages 7 to 15.
In 2009, Chevy’s first producing credit was on the full feature documentary, JEALOUS OF THE BIRDS (JOTB), directed by fellow USC alumni, Jordan Bahat. It was accepted at the Sheffield Doc/Fest, Doc NYC, and Rhode Island film festival, winning Best Original Score at Rhode Island. After JOTB, he continued to work with Bahat in various music videos and productions. In 2011, Chevy joined Master Key (MK) Productions as a visual effects producer and assisted on shows COVERT AFFAIRS, JUSTIFIED, OFF THE MAP, and SUITS. His ambitions to produce were continued at MK, where he headed the production department and specialized in Foreign Unit Shoots for MARVEL’S AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D, COVERT AFFAIRS, 12 MONKEYS, ROYAL PAINS, and HERO’S REBORN.
Serving as Senior Vice President at MK 2013-2015, Chevy produced film and television in over 35 countries for them.
In 2015, Chevy co-founded FIREGLORY Pictures with Christine Günther to specialize in International Unit Production Service and original developments that emphasize bold, international viable content, with diversity in front and behind the camera. In 2019, Chevy produced Kiss Me Kosher (Kiss Me Before It Blows Up) – a romantic comedy, The Most Fearless – a feature documentary, and co-produced the feature drama Home: All three films plant to release in 2020/21.
Chevy is a member of the Producer Guild of America since 2012 and recipient of the PGA’s Mentorship program in 2016. He serves on the International Committee, Diversity and Inclusion Committee, and New Media council.
Müllerstrasse 138D, HH., 2.OG
13353 Berlin. Germany
Nicola is a geographically displaced German/Filipina, born in Hong Kong and raised (mostly) in Singapore. Gripped by story-telling from a young age, Nicola has worked in production and development around stages and with theatre companies across London, Edinburgh, Singapore and Manila, eventually developing a deep passion for New Writing. Chasing that passion lead Nicola into dramaturgical work, and subsequently to gaining her Masters in Theatre from the University of Edinburgh in 2015. There she was thrust into the world of New Writing and the Fringe, developing work with playwrights, directors and dramaturgs, as well as reading for literary awards and dramatic competitions. Now based in Berlin, Nicola has since worked as a story editor and in development for feature films and TV projects with both independent production companies and screenwriters alike. She continues her work as a story editor/dramaturg in a freelance capacity, and joins the Fireglory team as a Development Producer.
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