DORCON FILM is a film production company from Hannover, Germany.

We develop and produce high quality digital media content with a no-nonsense approach: As simple as possible, as complex as necessary. 

We create content often (but not always...) focussing on Natural Science Communication by employing genre such as thriller, mystery, action & comedy as well as documentaries to create stories that appeal to large audiences and offer a strong potential for global markets and transmedia distribution. 

Our goal is to merge latest digital technologies & all-media distribution channels to tell stories that grab audiences, inspire and move them. 


Managing Director 





After a bank apprenticeship Dr. Julia Dordel studied Economics and Forestry in Freiburg i.Br.  She spent about a decade abroad in Canada and Argentina, during which time she not only attained a PhD in Forestry, but also gained in-depth experience in the fields of acting, screenwriting and film production in "Hollywood North", Vancouver, Canada. She returned to Hanover in 2013 and represents the interests of filmmakers on the board of the Film- und Medienbüro Niedersachsen, in Women in Film & TV Germany (WIFT) and in the assembly of the State Media Authority of Lower Saxony (Niedersächsische Landesmedienanstalt / NLM).

Dr. Julia Dordel is the creative head of Dorcon Film. 


Winner of the JETS - International Co-Production Initiative 2017,

Best Foreign Feature at the »Artemis Film Festival 2017« (USA);

nominee of the Film Prize of the Robert Bosch Stiftung for International Cooperation 2015/2016 and was awarded Exposé-Förderung 2014 of the Verband Deutscher Drehbuchautoren und der ProSiebenSat.1 TV Deutschland for the Coming-of-Age feature film  „Sommer auf Helgoland“.

Eileen Sophie Hirsch


Contact Person for Documentaries and Public Relations




Eileen Sophie Hirsch studied Communication Sciences and Sociology at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich and graduated in 2016. She spent one semester abroad in Utrecht, the Netherlands and took part in the European Culture and European Journalism program. Whilst still at university, she worked in various online editorial teams and at the local student radio station. Quite by accident she was introduced to television work during a 2016 internship and found her new passion. Since then she has been a part of several documentary film productions. She has been living in Hanover since 2017 and is currently completing her MA in TV Journalism.