Verena Gräfe-Höft



By the time of studying film at the Hamburg Media School, Verena Gräfe-Höft worked as a freelance journalist for different radio and tv stations, and completed a traineeship. As an author she realized several foreign reports for various broadcasters. At that time, she also studied "American Literature and Cultural Studies", "Journalism" and "Ethnology" at the University of Hamburg. With her short films she won many national and international awards. After finishing her studies at the film academy, she founded her own production company JUNAFILM in Hamburg in 2009. Verena Gräfe-Höft is Alumni Speaker of the major in film at the Hamburg Media School and since 2003 she teaches the seminar "Productionmanagement“ at the HFBK in Wim Wenders’s film program. Verena Gräfe-Höft is a member of the international EAVE Producer Network and she is an alumni of the European TV Drama Labs. She is Co-Founder of the Dependance WIFT (Woman in Film and Television) in Hamburg.

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