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Sarah, Gerda and Leonie know each other from the chatroom. They meet in a small village to commit suicide together, through a carbon monoxide poisoning in a tent in the woods. But before they start their last journey, they have to face some impediments.

EAT SNOW | SCHNEE ESSEN | MANGER DE LA NEIGE

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A early style test for the short film "Urchin Tenants" by Marijana Verhoef and Jan Joost Verhoef. From this particular test we learned that the monster can be unrealistically lit and still convince. As we learned from an earlier style test, matching the shots blurriness is more important. In fact, it will be a stylist choice to not have the monster conform to photorealism. The monster model itself will be changed, this is a work in progress. A motion capture performer will drive the movement.

Urchin Tenants - Style Test 2

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KinoBerlino invites you to participate in the biggest open filmmaking festival of Europe from August 30 to September 7. Bon appétit! Just fill the REGISTRATION FORM: http://j.mp/KB_2014 Plan your trip and short project now! Read more details of the event here: http://kinoberlino.tumblr.com/kinokabaret Deadline is August 15 or when we reach our event capacity. We are especially looking for more DoPs, boom operators and sound mixers, production managers, make-up and costume artists and also composers, gaffers, producers, writers.

FILM KITCHEN

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The camera follows Dragos for 24 hours in Berlin. 3,5 million live in Berlin, yet loneliness finds its way and creeps into people’s souls. Short documentary made in 48hrs during the British Shorts Film Workshop.

In Berlin We Die Alone

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"One Line" is the line, which connects the dream with the reality. "One Line" is not about the destination, but the journey. "One Line" is a puzzle, a puzzle which contains pieces of a life. "One Line" is a very personal short film, first because I created it from my personal footage and second because it contains a personal "message". I was collecting the footage four years and the filming took place in 5 different countries/places, Germany (Berlin), Poland ( Poznan), Greece (Olympos), Montenegro and Croatia.

ONE LINE

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probably it's hard to recognise the words, but the guy is talking about art that is used for commertial purposes. Beautiful art in Berlin is sometimes the reason why some districts become too expensive for ordinary people to afford living there. I have interviewed a random guy. the sound sucks but what can I do? )) music used: Tosca Tango Orchestra - Balade 4 Part 1

ART IS MARKETING

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Mixed Media Fairy Tale Installation by Visual Artist Natalia Irina Roman (*Bucharest, since 2006 in Berlin). Hundreds of paper boats hang in Prachtsaal Neukölln, a 200 square meter former ballroom in Jonasstrasse 22. The work is inspired both by the forgotten dance location and Natalia's online storytelling platform www.ein-monat-31-portraits.tumblr.com More information at www.facebook.com/sitespecificideas www.site-specific-ideas.eu

Flying Ships, Berlin Storytelling

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A sick tourist gazes at Berlin sights quickly with an angelic teleport guide. The film was made in one day at Quickino Berlin and selected for Dailymotion Spotlight in January 2013.

SICK CITY

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A camera crew accompanies the ex-management consultant Frank Petzke while he is trying to reintegrate himself into society with the help of a new concept.

Volkspark

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funny rendezvouz with Zazie de Paris at Funkturm Restaurant. joking about Berlin artists and tourists.

Im Himmel über Berlin

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first episode of an episodic movie that deals about a nurse who designs a new love drug from common medicine that even can make dead bodies alive. with the help of her love drug she tries to marry a doctor, but unfortunately her collegue came along when she gave the love drug to him. but at their wedding party she will find another victim of her "love". the theatre play Heute ist ja nur die Zukunft von gestern by Volker Luedecke is available at Drei Masken Verlag, München.

Heute ist ja nur die Zukunft von gestern

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