Jan Mojto
Courtesy of Beta Film
Germany
2021

Beta Film GmbH

Jan
Mojto

CEO

Mojto’s Munich-based prodco has been expanding its international footprint. In 2020, it acquired stakes in Iceland’s Sagafilm and Norway’s Cinenord, the latter of which made “Atlantic Crossing,” a standout at 2020’s Canneseries. In April 2021, Beta Film boarded thriller “Helsinki Syndrome,” its first project from Finnish prodco Fisher King following a majority stake acquisition in 2019, further adding to the output of its Beta Nordic Studios hub. Known for hits including Italian mob series “Gomorrah,” a highlight of HBO Max’s international programming, and Netflix’s popular German series “Babylon Berlin,” Beta is expanding into Central and Eastern Europe with limited series “Maria Theresa” for Czech Television, along with new films “The Silence,” a Croatian crime drama, and “Dead Mountain” from Russia’s 1-2-3 Productions.

Career

  • Beta Film GmbH
  • EOS Entertainment
  • Kirchmedia

Education

  • INSEAD (France)

Variety Honors

  • 2017 Variety500 Honoree
  • 2018 Variety500 Honoree
  • 2019 Variety500 Honoree
  • 2020 Variety500 Honoree
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Beta Film’s Jan Mojto: 5 Takes on the International TV Business

Beta Film’s Jan Mojto: 5 Takes on the International TV Business

LILLE, France --  Few industry figures are more qualified than Jan Mojto - CEO of Beta Film, one of Europe’s biggest independent film-TV companies, once deputy CEO of KirchMedia, and current producer of “Babylon Berlin” - to place the current international scripted drama boom in perspective.Fielding questions on a broad range of subjects from Le Film Français’ editor-in-chief François-Pier Pelinard Lambert, Mojto’s on stage conversation at Series Mania saw the dapper, courteous, self-deprecating and hugely experienced Mojto take several large...

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