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DARK - Season 3 (2020)
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NIGHTLIFE (2020)
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INTO THE BEAT (2020)
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WIR SIND DIE WELLE - Season 1 (2019)
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DIE GOLDFISCHE (2019)
DER PASS - SEASON 1 (2019)
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DARK - Season 2 (2019)
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LOTTE AM BAUHAUS (2019)
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BEAT - Season 1 (2018)
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FÜNF FREUNDE UND DAS TAL DER DINOSAURIER (2018)
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WEINGUT WADER - Teil 1 (2018)
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THE HAPPY PRINCE (2018)
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FACK JU GÖHTE 3 (2017)
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VIER GEGEN DIE BANK (2017)
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DARK - Season 1 (2017)
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DIE DASSLERS (2017)
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VERRÜCKT NACH FIXI (2017)
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UNFRIEND - MainEnds (2016)
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GROUPIES BLEIBEN NICHT ZUM FRÜHSTÜCK (2010)
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JERRY COTTON (2010)

Lutz Lemke is a one-man company offering title design and animation for film and TV, as well as screen design and other graphics work for the film industry. He began working in the field in 1989 and has worked for virtually all major production companies in Germany as well as for quite a few in Europe and the United States of America. His goal is to offer affordable yet fitting and story supporting title and graphics work for every kind of filmed entertainment. He is also proud of having a network of talented friends when a one-man company simply isn't enough. He is the father of two and lives and works in Munich, Germany.

NEWS & STUFF

July 22, 2020

I'm happy to see there finally is a trailer out (and a release date of August 20) for Netflix' new series BIOHACKERS (Showrunner: Christian Ditter, produced by Claussen+Putz Film). It was supposed to premiere in early April but got cancelled as it was then deemed "too disturbing" for the audience during the beginning pandemic. So we are all now officially used to the plague. You can watch the trailer here (Youtube Link), though my work is not shown in it.

July 1, 2020

I can call myself very lucky because during the Lockdown the amount of work for me hadn't diminished, being in "post" "production" of course means I am usually one of the last persons working on a project and I had enough to complete from before the pandemic. But finally the lockdown has hit me too: there simply is no "post" "production", because there haven't been any productions. I am not whining, I know I am not alone in this, but the next 2 or 3 months will be hard. I have some small projects I am after, but nothing is confirmed yet. Good time to start updating the website...

May 9, 2020

I am furiuos! You see, I am kind of "famous" for my policy of providing a first layout (sometimes 2 or 3) for free for new customers to find out if we match (that is if I am not participating in an official pitch). As a guy in his mid-fifties I know I am not the right man for every job I am offered. Supercool Motion Graphics stuff is probably not my where I am best. Anyway, if I really want a job I will work especially hard at this first free shot and so far that happened to be a fair policy for both sides and there also have been instances where I did not get the job because of that. Anyway, at the end of last year I was presented a job that I really liked and provided two awesome first layouts that were met with great enthusiasm by the producers and then worked hard (a lot of 3D tracking and 3D stuff) on the change requests of the producers for about 5 to 8 days to have a perfect version to present some executive producers. After that presentation I didn't hear anything from the producers for maybe two months, though I wrote once or twice to inquire about it. Now I know, that sometimes such a presentation leads to a huge new round in the editing room, so I am not too surprised about the silence. After two months I contact them again, just to learn that it was decided to go on without me. Wow! I told them that we were way over the free layout period and offer them to pay me what they think would be fair for the 5 to 8 days I spent on the project on their request. Of course I did not hear again from those guys. Bunch of assholes, totally NOT an example of the film industry where I rarely work with more than a verbal agreement. Now I just have to wait for the series to be premiered and sincerely hope they at least did not steal my ideas. Because I simply wouldn't have the energy to do something about it. We'll see ...

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