SINCE 1969.

Interspot Film is one of the largest film and TV production companies in Austria and has remained an independent family business ever since its founding in 1969. The company is currently managed by the brothers Nikolaus and Nils Klingohr alongside their mother Inge Klingohr. Interspot Film has a staff of more than 100 people and produces around 720 hours of top-quality TV a year.

The company offers comprehensive technical production facilities with a variety of 4K camera equipment, studio space, live control rooms, server-based post-production and an in-house graphics department.

The foundation of the company's success dates back several decades to when Rudolf Klingohr started Interspot Film after completing his studies at the Film Academy in Vienna. Ever since, the guiding principle has been that nothing is impossible. Over the years, the company has adapted to the constantly evolving market conditions and driven both technical and content-based innovation. One notable example of this is that the Interspot-produced nature film "UNIVERSUM – The Housefly" (1994) was the first Austrian documentary to be sold to the BBC. In the early 1990s, the Interspot became the first Austrian company to broadcast live from a blue box, essentially creating one of the world's first virtual studios. And the Interspot production "Taxi Orange" was the first daily reality show realised using server-based production methods, laying the foundation for a workflow that is now standard internationally.

Around the turn of the century, Interspot Film relocated to its current headquarters in Walter-Jurmann-Gasse 4. Over time, the facility has evolved to become Austria's largest privately-owned studio complex run independently of any particular broadcaster.

Over the years, the company has also had notable success in the field of entertainment, establishing the formats "Seitenblicke" and "Frisch Gekocht" for Austria's national broadcaster ORF and developing the "Quizmaster" and "Quizjagd" shows for ServusTV.

Since 2019, the company has also produced current event formats "Studio2" and "Konkret" for the afternoon and early peak timeslots.
In the documentary field, Interspot has built on its success with "The Housefly", producing numerous international award-winning wildlife and history documentaries. Some of the most notable in recent years include "The Siberian Tiger – Russia's Revenant", "Russia's Wild Sea" and "Austria's Wild Heritage – One Country, Six National Parks", as well as "1278 – The Battle for the Continent", "Stonehenge" and "Victims of the Vikings".

In 2022, Interspot Film decided to expand its Fiction Department and enjoyed early successes with the German-language TV series "Familiensache" and the film "First Snow of Summer". Other projects are currently in development. In addition, Interspot Film is a reliable partner for co-production and service productions in this field.