Wolfgang Brehm | Brehm & v. Moers

Wolfgang Brehm, Attorney at Law, Studies of Law and Philosophy at the Universities of Marburg, Munich and Frankfurt/Main, admitted to the bar in Berlin.
He is a co-founder of the firm Brehm & v. Moers, one of the leading German entertainment law firms with offices in Berlin, Frankfurt, Hamburg and Munich.
Wolfgang Brehm advises a wide range of German and international clients particularly in the field of Film(co)production, Distribution and Finance.
Wolfgang Brehm is a frequent speaker on conferences and seminars. He is author of the “HANDBOOK – FILMLAW”, published in 2008 (2nd edition) and he has contributed to various other publications on film and copyright law. Since 1993 he is an expert to various Training Programmes, including without limitation, the Media Business School, the Erich Pommer Institut and he is a lecturer at the Film Academy Ludwigsburg.
Throughout the last years Wolfgang Brehm was involved in numerous international Co-productions, including without limitation, “Underground” and “Black cat – white cat “ by Emir Kusturica, “Enemy at the Gates” by Jean–Jacques Annaud, “Mostly Martha” by Sandra Nettelbeck, “The Quiet American” by Phillip Noyce, ”In 80 Days Around the World” by Frank Coraci, “The Aviator” by Martin Scorsese, “The Syrian Bride” and “Lemon Tree” by Eran Riklis, and “I, Anna” by Barnaby Southcombe.