Manusarts for film, theatre and art specializes on artistically ambitious projects with a personal signature and international partners. “Visions arise in the head and heart, the hands accomplish the art. – Many hands create an artform.”


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In a dark future, two workers must escape from a mysterious skyscraper factory after having performed an illegal dance. The short film combines elements of dance and science fiction. 

Directred by: Petja Pulkrabek

Written by: Petja Pulkrabek

Co-author: Jana Pulkrabek

Production Designer: Dennis Stoecker

Costume Designer: Miriam Aksoy

Music Composer: Felix Behrendt

Graphic: Jakob Abawary

Choreography:  Preslav Mantchev & Anne-Marie Warburton  / Freie Tanzkompagnie Kiel  

​​A Manusarts Production produced by Jana Pulkrabek


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Film: OCCASUS wins two awards.

After receiving an award at the Bangalore Shorts Filmfestival we are happy to announce that the shortfilm Occasus by Petja Pulkrabek was now awarded the prize for “Best Cinematography“ at the Norway Tamil Film Festival. We would like to thank our great film team, our filmfunders the Filmförderung Hamburg Schleswig-Holstein and Nordmedia. And a most special mention to our fabulous DOP Sin Huh.

Art is eternal

Stage: Manusarts honoured with two nominations

Manusarts formed local culural ties in Copenhagen in 2017 by opening House of International Theatre with Jana Pulkrabek as International Artistic director. Presenting five German-Danish coproductions within the first season, she actively contributed to a more dynamic cultural exchange between the regions. After earning a theatre prize nomination in the category ARETS SÆRPRIS for the Manusarts producion Slapstick Sherlock, Jana Pulkrabek and the Manusarts GmbH were honoured by The Copenhagen Post with the credit  as “TOP 3 TRAILBLAZER“ for English-Language theatre in Copenhagen.

Nordic Vibes

Move the North – Connecting the North!

Manusarts has launched Move the North  - a cross-border-festival and joint strategy project where partners from Germany, Denmark and Sweden cooperate in order to create a vibrant and dynamic cultural bridge across the Baltic Sea and around the regions of Hamburg- Copenhagen-Malmö. The festival kicked off in 2019 presenting 100 days of cultural activity with 30 individual projects. For their initiative of establishing a cultural bridge over the Baltic Sea, Manusarts CEO’s Jana and Petja Pulkrabek are featured as Hamburg citizen of the month by the magazine SZENE HAMBURG.