„Festival of Nations“ Impressionen

Hier meine Impressionen zur Woche beim „Festival of Nations“ in Österreich bei dem ich meinen Film „Paris you got me“ vorstellte und den Festivalpreis „LENZ“ bekam. Das im Video angegebene Makingof findet ihr hier  FestivalTrailer Impressionen zum Attersee selbst: Festivalwoche mit 109 „Official Selections“ aus der ganzen Welt: Der LENZ Festival Preis Meine Eltern waren …

Bokeh South Africa Fashion Film Festival presenting my spec spot „BLACK WIDOW“

Ich fand einige Fotos von meiner Reise nach Südafrika mit der Tänzerin Alina Ruppel im Jahr 2016, die meinen 2. Jahrgang Film in der Filmakademie BLACK WIDOW präsentierte – gute Erinnerungen. Sie hatte auch eine Show bei der Preisverleihung des Festivals während der Vorführung des Films. I found some photos of my trip to South …

Chicago Feminist Film Festival – beautiful City

Chicago is a great city! Here are some snapshots of my visit in march 2019 at the Chicago Feminist Film Festival. It was minus 20 degrees and I also visited the 360 degree building where we took some funshots and also at the bean 🙂 I highly recommend this creative city! and from downtown

„Best Art Film“ MERAKI FILM FESTIVAL

Yesterday we went to a great and very unique screening MERAKI FILM FESTIVAL
„Screening Artistic Expression Films and Q&A with Directors“ in Berlin.
„Paris you got me“ won the „Best Art Film“!


Here are some impressions of the evening. The location was an old wine bar looking like a living room with comfortable, huge armchairs.

Wein Salon

59 Schreiner straße

 

MERAKI FILM FESTIVAL for Films created with love, passion and dedication!

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LiveShow „Best VFX Short Film“ Kingbonn Awards „China International New Media and Short Film Festival“

Ich bin gerade aus China zurückgekommen mit dieser tollen Nachricht für meinen Abschlussfilm „Paris you got me“. Wir haben die „Best VFX Short Film“ Kingbonn Awards gewonnen. Artikel in englisch – zur Übersetzung bitte runterscrollen und google translate -> deutsch einstellen

I just came back from China with this great news for my graduation film „Paris you got me“ We won „Best VFX Short Film“ Kingbonn Awards “
Here is an extract video of the live show on TV



Interview at the Red Carpet Opening Ceremony:

  1. Your short film’s name Paris You Got Me may make people think you’re a French, but actually you’re a German. Why do you choose Paris rather than a place in Germany as the background of your short film?

I am In love with french art history. The french painters showed for the first time of european art history that creating art is all about imagination. The impressionists only painted what they saw in that special moment. It was kind of an emancipation from the real world. Art as the power of imagination. ‚Paris you got me‘ is about finding your own artistic way expressing and creating yourself

2. You’re a crossover artist and your works contain elements such as color-painting, music, dancing and 3D. So, these elements are created by you? How long did they take you to produce?

The whole production took 1,5 years. But it’s spirit is a cross-over of my past 10 years of studies in art. From dancing and classic arts to animation and film. We had a great team of strong „head ofs“ bringing in additional ideas, so as a director you also have to be open with your concept. The DoP, Production Designer, VFX Supervisior and me – we met almost every week before the shooting. Paris,you got me TEAM

We are nominated for ‚Best VFX‘ – and this aspect was also the heart of the whole production, keeping it all together. Everything was planned right from the beginning from concepts, storyboarding, animatic, rehearsals, shooting to the post production. Since it is my graduation film I was involved in all challenges but I also had a strong team to make

3.What was the inspiration behind “ Paris you got me“?
It’s spirit is a cross-over of my past 10 years of studies in art. From dancing and classic arts to animation and film. We had a great team of strong „head ofs“ bringing in additional ideas, so as a director you also have to be open with your concept. The DoP, Production Designer, VFX Supervisior and me – we met almost every week before the shooting.

4. The film seem to take a little inspiration from Mary Poppins. Was that intentional?
Yes, I am a big fan of vintage and classic movies.
Mary Poppins was definitefly one of them but also The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, the „Magic Broom“ of Fantasia, some films of Audrey Hepburn, Gene Kelly,…
As it is a story dancing through the history of art I feel it get connected better when you refer on the classic films.
„Paris you got me“ is a mix of modern and vintage aesthetics all in an dreamy movie.”

5. How can people find out more information about your film including where it might be screened in the future

For 2019 you can find all informations about screenings on the button „festivals“ on our website
Next year we will see how it goes and if there will be a screening on TV.
This will be announced on our social media channels

one of my friends was sitting in the row and filmed it too

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China International New Media Short Film Festival („CSFF“), sponsored by State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television, and Shenzhen Municipal People’s Government, and organized by Culture, Sports & Tourism Administration of Shenzhen Municipality, Guangming  District People’s Government of Shenzhen Municipality, and Shenzhen Media Group, is the only nationally-recognized international short film festival in China at present.

At the Film Market in Shenzen. During the week there is a market place with speeches for technical innovations and talks of the filmmakers. This year it was „Focus on Turkey“. Inspiring talks and great networking beside the presentations at the university of Shenzen.

I also did a bodypainting for the opening ceremony as you can see here. Check out this article to see more pictures of the first big evening of the filmfestival

CSFF Website 

 

‚Best International Short Film‘ at the ‚FICVI’ – ,Festival International de Curtmetrages Vila-Seca‘

My diploma film Paris, you got me won ‚Best International Short Film‘ at the ‚FICVI’ – ,Festival International de Curtmetrages Vila-Seca‘! Thanks to the jury, Vila-Seca, the Sponsors and the director of the festival Josep Varo for the invitation & warm welcome. It was a great evening with fabulous films! Press article Die deutsche Produktion …

WINNER „Best Film Dance“ at „JISFF Joinville International Short Film Festival“

My diploma film „Paris you got me“ just won „Best Film Dance“ Category at the JISFF – Joinville International Short Film Festival , Santa Catarina, Brazil

our film was sceened in the dance section 3 29th of august 2018
their program here: https://www.jisffestival.com/programacao

About the festival: 
The Joinville International Short Film Festival is a film festival meant to showcase innovative independent cinema from around the world by up-and-coming artists.
The festival hopes to be the voice and representation for films with a unique voice and message, regardless of how low the budget might be.

Aiming to inspire, motivate and award new talent.

All Winners 
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Makingof Breakdown `Paris you got me`

Makingof of my diploma film production „Paris you got mecheck out more about the project -> here

Credits:
Director, Story: Julie Boehm
Cinematography: Dominik Moos
Producers: Aleksandra Todorovic , Ann-Katrin Boberg
VFX Supervisor and Lead Artist: Marc Zimmermann
VFX Artist: Aleksej Skrypnik
2D Animation: Julie Boehm, Jessica Drechsler, Jeanne Laureau
VFX Producer: Toufik Abdedaim
Editor (Film): Tobias Wilhelmer
Editor (Makingof): Julie Boehm
Production Design: Marian Korenika
Music: Halogen – Length & Brecht Synaecide Remix / Creative Commons
Filmmusic: Marius Kirsten
Sounddesign: Tobias Scherer
Titeldesign: Erwin Kopeng
Colorist: Robin Juenkersfeld
Production Company: Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg GmbH

Painting the new filmposter of „Paris youg got me“ – makingof

Hier ein paar Einblicke in die Produktion des Filmposters von meinem Diplomfilm „Paris you got me „ an der Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg.
Nach der Konzeptplanung in meinem Skizzenbuch habe ich es in Artrage und Photoshop gemalt.

 

Es zeigt die Tanzszene auf dem Dach – vor dem apokalytischen Hintergrund des expressionistischen Abschnitts des Filmes mit den Tänzer Ksenia Parkhatskaya und Liam Scullionmakingof_artworkPYGM-web

Here you get an insight of the steps I took to paint the new filmposter of „Paris you got me“ I started with the concept& layout in my sketchbook – then I painted the artwork in Artrage and Photoshop
It shows the expressionistic, romatic apocalyptic scene of the dance on the rooftops of my actors Ksenia Parkhatskaya and Liam Scullion

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