The Whole Spiel is an Entertainment, Media and Technology Company headquartered in Berlin and Los Angeles.
You can expect audience and consumer inspired experiences in Film, Television, Live Entertainment and Games.
Our intention is to create assets which will have multigenerational appeal, lasting value and contribute to our culture and business in an innovative and transformative way.
We underpin our mission with passion, vigor and rigor – creative endeavors, can benefit from the project management and development techniques of the tech business and vice versa.
Creative people are often misunderstood, we understand them, because we are “THEM”.
The Whole Spiel is an accelerator for ideas and businesses – we apologize in advance for the fact that we might unintentionally outwork, outthink and out-collaborate some of the people you have met before.
Paul Telegdy has worked across all genres of content, on brands as diverse as Top Gear, Teletubbies, Dr Who, The Voice and Planet Earth, to name a handful. Innovation, passion and persistence are three let ingredients Paul brings to the table.
For the past 12 years Paul has worked at NBCUniversal, becoming Chairman of NBC in 2019, before that the BBC for ten years.
With a degree in Korean and Japanese, and having lived in Switzerland, Austria, Belgium, Japan, The US and the UK, Paul has a distinctly global view of content and opportunity.LinkedIn
Stefan Telegdy is a creative. Writer, director, musician. He's been CCO of a creative agency network for Havas. He founded one of the first digital agencies and introduced innovations like the first online magazine, first flight reservation system and opened the first digital media agency.
He founded a network of companies from strategy to communication and from feature film to advertising content. He is on the advisory board of Porsche Digital as well as a mentor and investor in many start-ups.
He profoundly hates listing what he did.LinkedIn
Christer Lindequist loves great storytelling. As a writer and producer in movies, television, documentaries and journalism, he has been involved in over 150 international productions ranging from a Pingpong champion to Fernando Botero and the restoration of the Sissi trilogy with Romy Schneider.
He carries pictures of Orson Welles and Stanley Kubrick in his wallet and loves Lubitsch and Wilder. His passion for the big screen hasn’t changed since he visited Tatooine and the Temple of Doom as a child.LinkedIn
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