Can't believe another Los Angeles based film festival is interested in our work. The teaser I shot for Burning Paradise (the crime thriller I'm developing) is a semi-finalist at the Los Angeles CineFest. Let's see if it can become a finalist next.
One of my recent videos serves as a mood board for a crime thriller project I'm planning. Enjoy!
I just came home this week from a trip to Los Angeles where my short film There Was To Be Peace was honored with an award by the Silicon Beach Film Festival in the category 'Best Short - Action'. I'm grateful for this, because it motivates me to continue to do what I'm doing.
My short film There Was To Be Peace was officially selected by the Silicon Beach Film Festival in Los Angeles. It'll be playing on April 24th and we are looking forward to attending the screening.
Thanks to the whole cast & crew for making this possible. Of all my past and future films I never would have thought that the first one to screen in LA would be TWTBP.
I recently shot this for our good friend Saerom Kim, Olympic fighter in the German National Team.
Over the last few months I was working as production manager of this year's "GQ - Men of the Year Awards". What a blast. A lot of work that truly paid off. Highlights of the evening included:
I have a small new project I am currently working on. Here are a few photos that were taken while filming.
This package contains 6 high quality cinematic LUTs (.cube- and .vlt-files).
They work with Adobe Premier Pro, After Effects, Photoshop, DaVinci Resolve and Final Cut Pro X (LUT loader plugin needed for FCPX).
Download the LUTs here.
We had a total blast at the screening of our film There Was To Be Peace at the 2nd Inn Kurzfilmfestival Braunau in Austria. Thanks to festival founder Ngoma Mbodji Diawartoulah.
A quick update:
My short film There Was to be Peace has been selected to be included in an Austrian film festival.
It's the first time we are going to see it on the big screen. Wow! However, these sudden good news brought a lot of work for us. We want the film to look and sound as good as possible, so we had it color graded from scratch. My mate and audio engineer Sebastian Graefe created a 5.1-Dolby-track that blew me away. Follow him on Instagram here.
I also have to thank my Director of Photography Thomas Bader. It's only due to him that we are now in possession of a .dcp-file for our color corrected film. DCP stands for "Digital Cinema Package" and it collects digital cinema audio, image and data streams. It's basically what a cinema needs in order to be able to project your film.