written and directed by Joschka Laukeninks
starring Xenia Assenza & Constantin Lücke
narrated by Alan Orpin
edited by Vera Berg
music composed by Jan-Peter Pflug
sound design by Matthias Brattig
director of photography Joschka Laukeninks
flame artist Stefan Moog
colourist Eike Rieche
1st assistant camera Christian Grundey
2nd assistant camera Simon Kaiser
gaffer Jan Boltze
best boy Manuel Bieker
production manager Julian Schöneich
1st ad Sebastian Rabe
2nd ad Lena Steisslinger
make up & hair Nicole Koslowski
supporting actor Mario Kaspras
Thanks to my mother for doing the most delicious film catering on earth. ( :
“Pitch perfect…a minor triumph.” —Eye for Film
"A fine pencil sketch of romantic resignation." -New City Film
"More fully alive than the last 10 big name Hollywood movies you've seen." -The Star Tribune
Anne and Amir are an unlikely pair. Amir is an escalator attendant by day and aspiring sculptor by night. Even though he has never sculpted anything before, he hopes to one day fulfill his lifelong dream of making a marble bust of Charles Barkley. Anne comes from a well-to-do family and just started law school where she spends most of her days studying. Against the odds they decide to move into a shabby 300 square foot apartment and try to start a life together.
But things don’t exactly go as planned. The combination of their small apartment, their threateningly charming neighbor next door and unexpected visitors from the past make them realize that maybe they aren’t as perfect for each other as they previously had thought.
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CAST: Stephen Gurewitz (Somebody Up There Likes Me), Susan Burke (Smashed), Amy Seimetz (Tiny Furniture), Alex Karpovsky (Tiny Furniture, Girls), Alex Rennie (Awful Nice), Ron Lynch (Home Movies), and Bob Byington (Somebody Up There Likes Me).
“Dig” is the story of a young boy who attempts the impossible: digging a hole to China! On his pursuit toward his lost love Sun on the other side of the world, Doug encounters three disgruntled puppets: Marvin the promiscuous Rabbit, Dr. Archibald Hayes the Worm, and Merlot the French Weasel. Each animal shares a loveless outlook on Doug’s journey. Will love find a way? Find out!
Doug - Justin Tinucci
Sun - Malia Tyler
Marvin the Rabbit - Jason Kelley
Merlot the Weasel - Jeff Marlow
Dr. Hayes the Worm - Gregory Giles
Writer / Director - Philip Hodges
Producer - Tyler Knell
Cinematographer - Raul B Fernandez
Production Designer - Heather Reese
Editor - Michael Lower
Score - Matthew O'Malley
Sound Designer - Sung Rok Choi
Color - Adam Habib
This is our entry for the 2011 72hr Filmmaker Showdown at the Telus World Ski & Snowboard Festival in Whistler, BC.
50 teams had 72 hours to fully produce a 3 -5 minute film. As the competition started each team was given a prop which had to appear in their film for at least 5 seconds. This year's prop was a green apple.
Although we didn't win, we were very happy to be selected to the final with a bunch of great films.
Written & Directed by Mike Douglas
Screenplay by Leslie Anthony
Filmed by Jeff Thomas & Mike Douglas
Edited by Jeff Thomas & Mike Douglas
Production Manager: Leslie Anthony
Production Coordination: Michelle Leroux
Set design: Michelle Leroux & Susie Douglas
Ami Tanaka: Aki Kaltenbach
Travis McDonald: Matt Walker
Bombs by White Apple Tree
The Beach - Whistler
The Amsterdam Pub