Bavaria Fiction's Unnoticed – What We Fear filming in Prague

The six-part series stars Mina-Giselle Rüffer (Druck) and Franka Marie Leuenberger (Blackout)

Bavaria Fiction is currently filming young adult horror series, Unnoticed – What We Fear, for German television network ZDFneo, in Prague

The six-part series stars Mina-Giselle Rüffer (Druck) and Franka Marie Leuenberger (Blackout).

The synopsis reads: 17-year-old Lisa (Rüffer) moves to an idyllic town in the Black Forest with her mother Franka (Leuenberger). The change of location and the peace and quiet are supposed to do Lisa good, as she has recently been increasingly suffering from panic attacks, which seem to have a psychological cause. When, at the memorial service for the first anniversary of a killing spree at the grammar school, the next disaster strikes fear into the town, events come to a head. New police chief Franks puts herself in great danger with her investigations, while Lisa is haunted by disturbing visions – from the realm of the dead...

Starring alongside the series leads are: Paul Ahrens (Druck), Alessandro Schuster (Das Boot) and Esmael Agostinho (Spotlight).

The YA horror series is directed by Daniel Rübesam (Dengler: Kreuzberg Blues), and Roland Stuprich serves as director of photography. Head writer is Judith Angerbauer (Die neue Zeit); Daniel Rübesam is also the author of the series along with Torsten Lenkeit (SOKO Stuttgart). Bavaria Fiction's Nina Maag and Karsten Günther are exec producers.

Günther and Maag, EPs, Bavaria Fiction said of the series: “The strong genre twists of horror and drama make ‘Unnoticed – What We Fear’ an extraordinary story where things are not what they seem. A tense web of lies and moments that promise goosebumps and question socially set norms and how we deal with them.

They added: “Daniel Rübesam is a passionate cross genre expert who has proven his talent in the past to entertain and provoke thought in equal measure. We are delighted to be creating a new programme genre at neoriginals and thank Elke Müller and Diana Kraus for their trust.“

 

Bavaria Fiction's Unnoticed – What We Fear filming in Prague
Jan Hromádko/Bavaria. Credit: Fiction/ZDFneo
Bavaria Fiction's Unnoticed – What We Fear filming in Prague
Jan Hromádko/Bavaria. Credit: Fiction/ZDFneo

Bavaria Fiction is currently filming young adult horror series, Unnoticed – What We Fear, for German television network ZDFneo, in Prague

The six-part series stars Mina-Giselle Rüffer (Druck) and Franka Marie Leuenberger (Blackout).

The synopsis reads: 17-year-old Lisa (Rüffer) moves to an idyllic town in the Black Forest with her mother Franka (Leuenberger). The change of location and the peace and quiet are supposed to do Lisa good, as she has recently been increasingly suffering from panic attacks, which seem to have a psychological cause. When, at the memorial service for the first anniversary of a killing spree at the grammar school, the next disaster strikes fear into the town, events come to a head. New police chief Franks puts herself in great danger with her investigations, while Lisa is haunted by disturbing visions – from the realm of the dead...

Starring alongside the series leads are: Paul Ahrens (Druck), Alessandro Schuster (Das Boot) and Esmael Agostinho (Spotlight).

The YA horror series is directed by Daniel Rübesam (Dengler: Kreuzberg Blues), and Roland Stuprich serves as director of photography. Head writer is Judith Angerbauer (Die neue Zeit); Daniel Rübesam is also the author of the series along with Torsten Lenkeit (SOKO Stuttgart). Bavaria Fiction's Nina Maag and Karsten Günther are exec producers.

Günther and Maag, EPs, Bavaria Fiction said of the series: “The strong genre twists of horror and drama make ‘Unnoticed – What We Fear’ an extraordinary story where things are not what they seem. A tense web of lies and moments that promise goosebumps and question socially set norms and how we deal with them.

They added: “Daniel Rübesam is a passionate cross genre expert who has proven his talent in the past to entertain and provoke thought in equal measure. We are delighted to be creating a new programme genre at neoriginals and thank Elke Müller and Diana Kraus for their trust.“

 

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