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

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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!

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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

Rued1971 (short)

This is my first short I created at the Filmacademy Baden-Württemberg being director & writer with Feline Gerhardt in “Filmgestaltung 1” – it is a trashy short story: An interview with the scientist Ruediger Beckerle (…) He is claiming to have invented an effective time machine to bring back his formerly late wife

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The Story:
The camera team of a local transmission station is paying a visit to the 75 years old Ruediger Beckerle to get an interview in his workshop.
Many years ago that man had begun to develop a time machine after his wife Mathilda’s death.
He wants to fetch back his sweetheart.
But since then totally different personalities appeared from the machine such as Napoleon, Einstein and Marilyn Monroe. They couldn’t help him.
Ruediger demonstrates the capabilities of his machine. This time Salvador Dali leaves the miracle exit. He hands a biscuit to Ruediger …

it is a mix of arty trash, some allusion to Marcel Duchamps. Dali, Harry Potter or whatever you will see in it

It is also a hommage to my grandmother “Ilse Beckerle (Mathilda in the film)” who died in 2009- one of the strongest and most positive women I ever knew. Each time you felt bad she had the proper words to go on moving. RIP – you see her on the photo in Ruedigers secret box and also on the clockwheel on the time machine.

Cast:
Peter Barth (Ruediger), Simone Pivetta (Salvador Dali)

Crew:
Script: Julie Böhm
Directors: Julie Böhm
Director of Photography: Friedemann Leis
Sounddesign: Tobias Scherer
Sound: Driton Sadiku, Samuel Gall
Editor: Julie Böhm
Stage Setting: Julie Böhm
Photographer (Set): Samuel Gall, Sagaphoto
Producer:  Julie Böhm
Props: Julie Böhm
Gaffer: Jan Wittkopp
Animation-/VFX-Producing: Julie Böhm
Production: Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg GmbH
copyright 2014