Neue Bioskop is an established independent film production company based in Munich, Leipzig and Mannheim, which was founded in 2001. The name Bioskop is closely linked to German film history. The "old" Bioskop, which was founded in 1973 by Volker Schlöndorff, Reinhard Hauff and Eberhard Junkersdorf, shaped the New German Cinema. Its best-known film was Volker Schlöndorff's THE TIN DRUM, which won the Palme d'Or and the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film.

Dietmar Güntsche joined the "old" Bioskop Film in 1996. He has been Managing Partner of Neue Bioskop Film since 2001. Over the past 25 years, numerous productions have been realized, including national and international feature films, TV and streaming productions as well as documentaries. These include ALASKA.DE (2001), which won one Bavarian and two German Film Awards; Oskar Roehler's ANGST (2003), which screened in competition at the 2003 Berlinale; the Uschi Obermaier biopic EIGHT MILES HIGH (2007) with Natalia Avelon and Matthias Schweighöfer; JACK (2014), which won the Bavarian Film Award; the international co-productions THE OPERATIVE (2019) with Diane Kruger and Martin Freeman and BERGMAN ISLAND (2021) with Vicky Krieps, Tim Roth and Mia Wasikowska as well as the first German true crime series GERMAN CRIME STORY: DEADLOCK (2023).

In 2009, Dietmar Güntsche founded Neue Bioskop Television, for which Christian Balz also acts as Managing Director.

In 2012, Dietmar Güntsche and his business partner Michael Kölmel founded Weltkino Filmverleih in Leipzig, which markets and distributes national and international feature films.