Rotterdam Lab

Myriam Schroeter

Myriam Schroeter is a French-American producer based in New York. Her work spans commercial, narrative, and conceptual art. Select credits include independent films, The Light of the Moon (SXSW 2017, Narrative Feature Audience Award) and Gramercy (Locarno, Telluride and BFI London FF 2020). Her work with multidisciplinary artist, Adam Pendleton, includes three films in his ‘Who is Queen?’ installation (MoMA) and Pendleton’s portrait, Ruby Nell Sales (Whitney Biennial 2022), exemplifying her trusted collaborations with subjects and filmmakers. Myriam spent two years working as a creative development executive at Big Beach Films alongside Peter Saraf and Leah Holzer. She now produces under her own banner, Putshki – a creative space to build community and explore the potentials of storytelling in film.

Putshki - USA

Putshki is an independent production company that supports artists working across narrative film, documentary, commercials and conceptual art in both short and feature length formats. Putshki works collaboratively with artists and filmmakers to foster community, with a specific focus on emerging talent. The company produces a range of projects that are genre agnostic but ambitious in nature. Whether features, multi-channel video installations or commissions for brands, Putshki explores the boundaries of non-traditional storytelling by nurturing creative partnerships and stories that create dialogue.


Projects in development

In Search of Time by Pat Heywood and Jamil McGinnis (feature)

This Won’t Last by Sam Guest and Julia Baylis (feature)

Forward by Cris Gris (feature)


Released films

The Light of the Moon by Jessica Thompson (feature)

Gramercy by Pat Heywood and Jamil McGinnis (short)

Love, Barbara by Brydie O’Connor (documentary short)

Yield by Ani Schroeter (short)

Ruby Nell Sales by Adam Pendleton (documentary feature)

So We Moved: A Portrait of Jack Halberstam (documentary short)

Myriam Schroeter

Rotterdam Lab

Rotterdam Lab participants 2023

See the names of the emerging producers joining us for the Rotterdam Lab 2023.