Monika Preischl has been working in the field of archive research and as an archive producer for 15 years and has contributed to more than 30 international documentary and fiction film productions. Until 2005, she studied Experimental Film Design as a master-class student with Heinz Emingholz at UdK Berlin. She is a freelance lecturer of research methods and seminars on working with archive footage at various art and film schools. Monika lives and works in Berlin.
2019 Focal Award – Best Use of Footage in an Arts Production KULENKAMPFF’S SHOES (TV documentary)
2018 Focal Award Nomination – Best Use of Footage in an Arts Production BEUYS (feature documentary)
Since 2013, freelance Archive Researcher and Archive Producer as well as Visiting Lecturer in Research Methodology and Archive Research at various Arts and Film Universities
2013 Research Assistant in Digital Media Studies at The Moving Image Lab (MIL) at Innovation Incubator in cooperation with Leuphana University Lüneburg
2005 – 2012 Assistant Editor, Editing Department Technical Supervisor, Archive Researcher and Head of Visual Research at zero one film GmbH Berlin
1998 – 2005 MA in Experimental Media Design (Film Design Faculty) and Master Student of Heinz Emigholz at Berlin University of the Arts