“Paris, you got me!” (AT) Preproduktion

Hier seht ihr den Fortschritt zum Dreh meines Diplomfilms an der Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg “Paris, you got me”. Es ist ein Kurzfilm mit Tanz und Animationselementen der ebenso viel Szenenbild integrieren wird.

Wir freuen uns ebenso noch für Unterstützung (Maske & Helfer) bei unserem Dreh vom 16.-23. Juni 2017 in Ludwigsburg. Bitte bewerbt euch bei unserer Producerin Aleks: aleksandra.todorovic@filmakademie.de


Es ist ebenso das Diplom unseres Szenenbildners Marian Korenika.

Here you get an insight of my Diploma Film production “Paris, you got me” . It is a shortfilm with elements of dance and animation. Starring the dancers Ksenia Parkhatskaya and Liam Scullion.
It is also the diploma of our production designer Marian Korenika.


FMX2017 Trailer & making- of released

Watch now the Official Trailer of the FMX2017

This was our last year’s production ELEMENTAL
Producer: Lena Lohfink,  scenic Producer: Annka Boberg, Veith Unger
Director: Adrian Meyer
VFX & Compositing Lead Artist: Denis Krez
VFX Artists: David Bellenbaum, Matthias Heim
DoP: Dominik Moos 
Editor: Tobias Wilhelmer
TD: Hesham Mahmoud
Sounddesign:
Dancers:  Momo Sanno, Annika HakalaYamil Sun RayPingting Zang
I was responsible for the casting of the dancers, worked on the choreography & storyboard and did some additional compositing in the postproduction.


— FMX Website description: “Beyond the Screen” —–
The FMX trailers are traditionally created by students of the Animationsinstitut at Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg in their third year of study.

more makingof photos:

The FMX 2017 trailer Elemental delivers the visuals for a multifaceted program – and it breathes the spirit of “Beyond the Screen” as an exemplary blend of technological finesse and humanistic values alike. The trailer depicts four expressive dancers who transform into the elements of air, earth, fire and water, in order to further metamorphose into a completely unique, new form.
Adrian Meyer, the Director of Elemental and creative mind behind the original trailer idea – which is now further translated into print and online visuals by the team’s Concept Artist Julie Böhm, Producer Lena-Carolin Lohfink and Technical Lead David Bellenbaum – explains the back story:

The inspiration for the film Elemental was the exercise in itself – to create something that is new and fascinating as a group of artists, together. The idea was to illustrate the collective process of creation as a dance in all its facets, focusing on attraction, but also on friction and polarization inside a team. Inspired by the four elements of nature, the different energies and forms of expressions of the dancers clash. And finally they emerge into something new and energetic.

(Text Source FMX Website)

Crowdfunding Campaign FILM “Paris, you got me” (AT)

Crowdfunding Campaign “Paris, you got me!” from Julie Boehm on Vimeo.

Dear my creative community- this year, I have to cut down my expenses & time and save & work for my new “Fav-Project” : “Paris, you got me” (AT)

We started our crowdfunding campaign only with your support we can make it as great as it is planned!

Please support us and share it!
Thank you very much!

“Art may change the inner as well as the external world” That’s how our protagonist Ksenia gets to know it. The street-artist George lures her into his magic world of art illusions. Together they dance through the artistic ages and experience closely what self-realisation really means. Our film should motivate the audience to believe in the realization of their visions! Come, see and take part in a cultural, aesthetic, marvellous trip through the art history of Paris.

I wish you a wonderful weekend- go out and enjoy the fresh sunny weather of spring