Dražen Štader's first film was In Transit (2000), which was awarded as the best student film at the Festival of Slovenian Film, followed by Žile, Sweet Life (2001), Orgasmus (2002) and the documentary film Rudi Omota: The Overlooked Chapter of Slovene Cinematography (2004). At the New York Independent Film Festival, his documentary Honeymoon won the award for best adult-themed documentary. Honeymoon is the first part of a trilogy that deals with modern Japanese society through the prism of sexploitation. It focuses on a live TV sex station named Paradise TV that pushes the boundaries of reality television on a daily basis.
The feature documentary film Paradise TV (2012) was co-produced by Production Studio. Two short films by Dražen Štader Package (2012) and Liked (2015) were produced by the company.