Internationally established directors Gracie Otto and Pascal Heiduk have signed to London-based production company Dog Eat Dog for commercial representation. Gracie Otto has received a lot of attention across the pond for her fresh, youthful and sometimes boundary pushing work, whilst Pascal Heiduk’s current body of work is characterised for its rich, visual narrative and technical finesse.

Pascal Heiduk is a German director based in Berlin and LA, with a background in cinematography.

His clients span the automotive, sports and lifestyle genres and include Lexus, Mont Blanc, Bose, BMW, Nike, Tripadvisor and Porsche.

Dog Eat Dog Executive Producer Harvey Ascott says: “After a chance meeting in Los Angeles, Pascal and myself really hit it off by crafting a vision of the great work to be made together. Pascal is going to be a fantastic addition to the Dog Eat Dog roster with his emotive, powerful storytelling and slick cinematography. We are very excited to work with him.”

Pascal Heiduk says: “Finding a new home where the creative decision is still more important than anything else makes me looking forward to every project we will do together."

Gracie Otto is an Australian director, actor, writer, editor and model based in LA who is best known for her documentary style and fashion films.

She has directed for brands such as Bonds, Vogue, Virgin, Harper’s Bazaar and Jones, and her accolades include an AACTA nomination and London Film Festival premiere for her debut feature documentary The Last Impresario about British producer Michael White.

Since then she’s been credited as Associate Producer on Nick Broomfield’s 2017 feature documentary Whitney: Can I Be Me about singer Whitney Houston, and as well as establishing her own entertainment company, Ralf Films, in 2012, also launched Dollhouse Pictures with Rose Byrne, Krew Boylan, Jessica Carrera and Shannon Murphy in order to prioritises female-driven storytelling.

Gracie currently has multiple productions on her development slate, including feature documentary Under the Volcano (working title) centred on a recording studio founded by The Beatles producer Sir George Martin, Otto on Otto, a documentary about her relationship with her father, actor Barry Otto, and feature drama Girls in Hotels.