Martin Schreier began making short films at the age of 10. After attending the German Film School in Berlin, he went on to study feature film direction at the Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg. In 2009, he received a scholarship to attend the Hollywood Master Class at UCLA. In 2010, his student film THE NIGHT FATHER CHRISTMAS DIED was nominated for a Student Oscar by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Schreier’s first feature, OUR TIME IS NOW, was co-produced by Warner Bros. and made its way to cinemas in 2016. TRAUMFABRIK is his second feature film.