Im Jahre 2058 haben es Forscher nach Jahrzehnten der Entwicklungszeit geschafft, ein von den Menschen lang verfolgtes Ziel zu erreichen. Sie haben Roboter erschaffen, die bis ins kleinste Detail der menschlichen Rasse ähneln. Aber zwei Spezies, die sich so ähnlich und gleichzeitig doch so unterschiedlich sind, stoßen schnell auch auf Konflikte. Ein Kampf um die Ausrottung des Anderen entwickelt sich, in dem am Schluss ein vermeintlicher unauffälliger Gegenstand zum zentralen Instrument des Überlebens wird.
In the year 2058 after years of research the human race finally achieved the goal they had worked on for years. They created robots that looked exactly like humans. But two species that were that similar but that different at the same time were about to face some serious problems. A war started and one little piece of technique got the main instrument in preventing one race from erradication.
Regie: Daniel Titz, Dorian Lebherz
Kamera: Andreas Burz
Filmmusik: Stephan Schelens
Visual Effects: Denis Krez
Szenenbild: Fabian Reber
Producer: Johannes Knott
Produktion: Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg GmbH
A surreal trip. An allegory for the creative process and growth of an individual. From birth, to individuation, to criticality and finally to finding ones own creative space. Or, if preferred, just some fun times floating through the void.
Official Selection Cornwall Film Festival 2014
Official Selection Landshut Film Festival 2015
Official Selection Shooting People Film of the Month 2015
Official Selection Plymouth Film Festival 2015 - Nominee for Best Fiction
Official Selection International Fantastic Film Festival of Reunion Island
Official Selection London Indie Film Festival
“'Musca' achieves great atmosphere and tension. The filmmakers have made great use of the diner as a setting for the action - I especially liked the opening shot of the shop and the cutaways to the grumpy cook! The script and action was tight and I was genuinely shocked by the ending. Bravo!” Dogwoof - Distribution company responsible for award-winning films such Blackfish, Restrepo and The Act of Killing
"Technically strong & worthy shortlister" - Cornwall Film Festival
"Musca is one of UK Film Review’s favourite short films...The minimal yet sharp script and Bob Fletcher’s compelling performance create top-tier comedy that rivals most modern features. Even the score, composed by Christian Lloyd, has a gorgeous dramatic depth to it, adding a richness to the performance" - UK Film Review 'Short of the Month'
Man - Bob Fletcher
Cook - Gordon Round
Writer/Director - Stefan Parker
Producer - Stefan Parker
Producer - Tara Tchablaklian
Assistant Director - Sam Robertson
Director of Photography - Jarrod Bryant
1st AC - Nacho Guzman
2nd AC - Matthew Fox
Gaffer - Jason Acero
Sound Recordist - Sam Cousins
VFX artist/Color grader - Alex Murray
Editor - Dan Gage
Dubbing Mixer - James Evans
Make-up Artist - Lizzie Downes
Runner - Claire Morgan
Composer - Christian Lloyd
Special Thanks - Sunshine Cafe
A trip through an electric desert, Dry Lights unfolds in an imagined environment of cacti and canyons, moving from hidden caves to lonely cliffs along pulsating rivers of light.
This experimental film lies somewhere between a site-specific installation and a performance, where choreographed lights meet organic landscapes. Like an imaginary city flickering in the dark, the lights beacon fragments of vague memories - faded moments, experiences, and topographies. A world in an erratic state of flux that seems to evade any grasp of clear control plays host to constantly alternating physical and mental landscapes. Moving without a destination in the dead hours of night, mesmerising, intermittent apparitions illuminate their surroundings, allowing personal narratives to breed.
Rising to the technical challenge of creating the foundation for this full 3D film almost entirely on my own, I partnered with composer Thomas Vaquié to set the stage for a singular universe to emerge.
In the vastness of space, there’s a a small speck of rock inhabited by the most peculiar lifeforms: Dark little "Globosomes" that start to replicate fast and begin to show signs of intelligence. The film tells the story of the rise and fall of these little creatures.
This film is inspired by the special times we’re living in on our own planet. We're ourselves at the crossroads: Rise to our true calling and explore the universe or perish from the face of a dirty planet. Surely we have culture, science and art but what does remains of these achievements, if you look at our world from a global perspective.
Written and Directed by: Sascha Geddert
Executive Producer: Philipp Wolf
3D Stereo: Andreas Feix
Technical Directors: Tonio Freitag, Patrick Schuler, Thomas Hartmann, Manuel Seifert
Compositing Supervisor: Johannes Peter
Additional Compositing: Silke Finger, Manuel Rivoir
Concept Design: Jin-Ho Jeon, Johannes Flick
Music: Patrizio Deidda
Sounddesign: Namralata Strack
Mixed in Dolby Atmos at Post Republic Berlin
Music played by Deutsches Filmorchester Babelsberg