Interspot Film – a success story

There is almost no other Austrian production company that can look back at such a long and interesting history. Everything started with Rudolf Klingohr, who founded Interspot Film in 1969 after completing his studies at the Austrian film academy and working successfully as a documentary filmmaker. Several important film and television projects helped the rapid growth of the company. Interspot Film became one of the largest production companies in the country. National and international awards continued to prove that Interspot Film was on the right path. Rudolf Klingohr received four ROMYs, Austria's most prestigous television award, for his role as producer. In 2012, he handed the company over to his two sons, Nikolaus and Nils Klingohr.


Today, the company has a staff of more than fifty employees and is located in Vienna's 23. district. The extensive company facilities include the office building with its own coffee house and the adjacent studios. It is the perfect location for every type of television production

Dinner-Dreams

Dinner-Dreams

Founding of the company Dinner-Dreams together with the Austrian chef Reinhard Gerer and producer Georg Matea.

1987
Interspot Film goes Music

Interspot Film goes Music

The video clip for Falco´s song "Jeanny, Part I" was produced by Interspot Film. Beside the own studios, the Vienna canalization as well as streets of Guntramsdorf are Shooting locations. In the following years, Interspot Film also produced other videos for other famous Austrian musicians such as Reinhard Fendrich, Opus, Ludwig Hirsch, Georg Danzer and Wolfgang Ambros.

1986
Commercial Pietro Pizzi for Dr. Oetker

Commercial Pietro Pizzi for Dr. Oetker

In the following three years, Interspot Film is producing the legendary commercials for "Pietro Pizzi". Film location was the converted city square of Bruck an der Leitha.

1986
Kutscherhof, the new home of Interspot Film

Kutscherhof, the new home of Interspot Film

Toghether with ten employees, Interspot Film is relocated to an old carriage building at Speisinger Straße. Later the Kutscherhof is becoming a TV star itself: the reality TV show "Taxi Orange" was produced by Interspot Film in their studios on site.

Kutscherhof, the new home of Interspot Film 1986
Attention! Camera ...

Attention! Camera ...

Karl Hohenlohe, and later Harald Prünster, presented the show "Attention! Camera" where people been leading up the garden path.

1984
Fashion by Interspot Film

Fashion by Interspot Film

Interspot Film produced the first Fashion-TV. Mrs Burgi Schneider-Manns Au presented the fashion and lifestyle format under the title "Mode", later called "Look". Until 1995 she informed weekly about the international trends.

1981