Rotor Film Babelsberg GmbH

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Rotor Film is a full-service sound post production facility in Potsdam/Babelsberg just outside Germany's capital Berlin. Following years of experience Rotor Film was founded to provide infrastructure for an optimized post production workflow with less expenditure of time - thus directing focus on our work's main aspect: great sound for your movie!

★ 10 EDIT SUITES fitted with Avid Pro Tools systems

★ 2 RECORDING STAGES with huge ceiling height and excellent acoustic properties for Foley and ADR

★ 1 TV STAGE equipped with a Harrison MPC-2 console to mix every format up to Dolby 5.1

★ The DOLBY ATMOS SOUND STAGE featuring the latest surround sound technology and 3D projection

★ Our CINEMA STAGE with 500sqm one of Europe's largest film mixing stages providing 35mm and HD projection and Dolby 7.1

A small section of projects realized at Rotor Film:

As we were dreaming (2014)
She's lost control (2014)
Lost Place (2013)
Youth (2012)
Stopped On Track (2012)
Harry Dean Stanton: Partly Fiction (2012)
Steve Jobs - The Lost Interview (2012)
The Human Resources Manager (2010)
The World Is Big...And Salvation Lurks Around The Corner (2009)
Mammoth (2008)

I'd love to hear about your project. Click the 'Contact' button above to get in touch.

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Rotor Film Babelsberg GmbH

August-Bebel-Str. 26-53
14482 Potsdam

Phone: 00 49 (0)331 279 781 0
Fax: 00 49 (0)331 279 781 20

Gear Highlights
  • Dolby ATMOS Installation
  • Harrison MPC consoles
  • Euphonix System-5 MC
  • Pro Tools HDX
  • Neumann microphones
More Photos
  • Case study: Remix of the Berlinale trailer in Dolby AtmosFeb 17, 2015

    For the 65. Berlinale International Film Festival we had he pleasure to remix the Berlinale Festival Trailer in Dolby ATMOS. Here's a little movie about our work at our Dolby ATMOS Soundstage. Enjoy.

  • "She’s lost control" by Anja Marquardt wins the Cicae Art Cinema awardFeb 17, 2014

    We're proud to announce, that "She’s lost control" by Anja Marquardt just won the Cicae Art Cinema award at Forum section of the 64. Berlin International Film Festival. Rotor Film Babelsberg co-produced this movie.

  • "Stations of the Cross" wins Silver Bear at 64. Berlin International Film FestivalFeb 17, 2014

    Stations of the Cross (Kreuzweg) by Dietrich Brüggemann just won the Silver Bear for Best Script at the 64. Berlin International Film Festival. Congratulations form all of us at Rotor Film. We're proud that we could be part of the team!

  • Lost Place wins "Best 3D Film with immersive 3D Sound"Jan 13, 2014

    Lost Place, our first Dolby ATMOS mix, just won the price for "Best 3D Film with immersive 3D Sound" at the 3D Film Festival in Liège, Belgium!