Explore the Legendary Life of Vlad Tepes, the Impaler, in This Epic Cinematic Journey Through Medieval Europe’s Most Notorious Figure


In short, “The Story of Vlad” is an unmissable cinematic experience that will entertain, educate and inspire audiences. It will provide a new perspective on an important historical figure and shed light on a crucial period of European history. It is time to bring Vlad Tepes’ story to the forefront and give it the recognition it deserves.

Germain Kanda – Director

Germain Kanda, a graduate of UNATC with a specialization in Film Directing between 2011-2014 under the guidance of Professor Laurențiu Damian and with a Master’s in Film Directing between 2014-2016, has been working at StudioSet since 2016 and has been distinguished by winning several awards at international festivals, including the Grand Prize for Experimental Film at the Sichuan TV Gold Panda Awards in 2013 for “Vibration”, as well as Best Director at the Los Angeles Comedy Film Festival in 2021 for “Hippopotamus & Crocodile Hunt”.

Mario-Cristian Marian – Producer

Mario is a graduate of the Faculty of Administration and Business at the University of Bucharest and is currently pursuing his master’s studies at UNAP, specializing in Crisis Management and Conflict Prevention, and at UNATC “I.L. Caragiale” in Film Production. In the field of film production, in 2018 he collaborated with director Tedy Necula on the “Coborâm la prima” project, coordinating the financial department and the marketing and distribution campaign. In 2020 he took over the production of the film “Clouds of Chernobyl” directed by Ligia Ciornei, released in 2022, and recently completed the feature film “Mai departe” (dir. Tedy Necula).


The Story of Vlad is a captivating historical epic that combines emotion, drama, and political intrigue. It provides a gripping portrayal of Vlad Tepes, a legendary figure in medieval European history. The film delves into the complexities of Vlad’s character and actions, offering viewers a deeper understanding of the political and social context in which he operated. The Story of Vlad is an opportunity to shed light on a crucial period of European history and give the story the recognition it deserves. It is an unmissable cinematic experience that will entertain, educate, and inspire audiences.

Type: Drama, History

Proposal: Film or Mini-Series

Main Audience: Male, 25-55 years
Direct – Eastern Europe
Indirect – Rest of the world

Budget estimated: 10$ million
Distribution: Cinema or VOD
World Wide Box Office estimated: 100$ million 



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