Myrna Wolff
Photo: Thilo Stracke
Myrna Wolff (aka Drews) was born in Berlin, where she lives to this day. She has been working as a freelance production designer since 2009 and is continuously developing her creative perspective. Her works are characterized by precise craftsmanship, clear conceptual implementation and a focus on atmospheric compression.

Myrna began her studies at the Babelsberg Film University in 2006 where Professor Lothar Holler conveyed to her that- "you can absolutely create anything, you just have to do it and, above all, with passion". Her first project after completing her studies, Didi Danquart's road movie BITTERE KIRSCHEN, was awarded with the Bild-Kunst Award for the best production design in 2011.

The time that followed was characterized by close collaboration with Andreas Kleinert. In 2022 she earned the German Film Award for her decidedly conceptual black-and-white vision for Kleinert's biopic LIEBER THOMAS. In 2017 she was acknowledged by the German Academy for Television (DAFF) for her work on his film HEDDA.

One of her current works includes THE BILLION DOLLAR CODE (Netflix, 2021) and LUDEN (Amazon, 2023), for this she recreated legendary St. Pauli of the 80s at the Bavaria Studios in Munich.
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