Black Forest Witch is a Fantasy TV Series in the making . . .
An innocent farm-girl from the Black Forest is cast out by her village community. She conjures up the dark forces to seek revenge for losing everything she had. The story shows a young woman turning into the evil witch from the fairy tales.
An Original German TV Series
Writer-director Sven Eric Maier explores the history of ancient Germanic tribes and their mythology with this Epic Fantasy Fairytale. This original series was shot in English for audiences world-wide, in the real Black Forest in Germany. Watch the Teaser Trailer, like, share and tell us what you think!
More about Black Forest Witch
If you want to help, you can directly support the production of the TV series pilot.
In the meantime, have fun reading the stories on our website:
- Shooting in the Black Forest
- TV Show Poster Creation
- Concept Art Challenges
- Building Props from Scratch
- How to make a Movie Costume
- Secrets of Writing Fantasy
Cast & Production Crew
LOTTE | Tamara Sedlmeir-Leutenstorfer
HERMANN | Jonathan Elias Weiske
RUDI | Dennis Kamitz
Written, directed and produced by: Sven Eric Maier
Assistant Director & Slate: Nadine Knobloch
Director of Photography & Editor: Nicolas C. Geissler, BVK
Assistant Camera: Jens Willms
Production Sound Mixer, Boom Operator & Sound Designer: Sirius Kestel
Production Manager: Oliver Langewitz
Production Assistant: Eberhard Halter
Production Driver: Rolf Maier
Hair & Make-Up Artist: Marlene Prasse
Costumes & Catering: Lieselotte Maier
Set-Runner: Daniel Henninger
Set-Photographer: Janina Dietz
Location Guide: Gerold Lohmüller
VFX-Artists: Andreas Dahn, Shamila Lengsfeld
Title Animator: Atilla Lifeson
Composer: Marko Cirkovic
Colorist: Benedikt Hölzl, neuzeit.tv
Italian: Alba Palazzolo
Chinese: Janina Heker
Turkish: Enes Köklü
This series is proudly presented by ERGOCINEMA. We are international filmmakers based in Germany. We are determined to bring to the world the same kind of entertainment we reveled in when we were kids. From the story to the final product, we want to engage our audience directly.
Sven Eric Maier