Max Seeger was born in Würzburg in 1994. After graduating from Communication Theory in 2017 he shifted his ambitions towards a more creative career enrolling for Design at the Faculty of Design in Würzburg with a focus on interactive media and generative art. His student project Artificial Light has been exhibited at Ars Electronica Campus… Continue reading Director Biography – Max Seeger (WHY I LIKE MY FILTER BUBBLE)
What would I do without my filter bubble? I would definitely get lost in the vastness of the internet.What kind of music do I want to listen to today, which film fits my mood and what do I absolutely have to buy but have never thought about it yet? My filter bubble knows before I… Continue reading Short Film: WHY I LIKE MY FILTER BUBBLE, 2min., Germany, Animation
We have an abusive relationship with the United States. Slavery has devestated my people and caused severe psychosis resulting in generational depression and self destructive cycles. In 2020 we are still fighting for rights and restitution caused by terrorism and genocide. We are still here, fighting for our future! Project Links Website Facebook Twitter Instagram
Adrien Servadio is an French Director / Photographer based in Paris. He has been creating digital art for over 10 years.In 2018 he won best art direction with Macrocosmos at the international fashion film festival (5 nominations) and actually nominated at the Bokeh film festoval and berlin fashion film festival. In 2015 he won best… Continue reading Director Biography – Adrien Servadio (OASIS)
Aestetic birth of an oasis Project Links Website Instagram
On March 13, 2020, Brenna Taylor, a 26-year-old U.S. emergency medical technician, died after being shot eight times by officers with the Louisville Police Department who were targeting two drug dealers who were reportedly based out of a house 10 miles from Taylor’s home.Bre’s death is just a symptom of America today.
Anne Taylor is a mum of three, former children’s lawyer, primary school teacher and first time filmmaker. She is interested in promoting children’s well being. Director Statement The Beautiful Picture is about how we might re-imagine childhood in our busy world and create time for children to play and dream.
Two little girls in isolation show us what happens when kids are allowed to just play. News & Reviews “Pretty as a Picture “The Mosman Daily http://newslocal.smedia.com.au/mosman-daily/
The Cambodia Angkor Dynasty was once a powerful empire, and now the remaining ancient buildings allow us to explore its culture. Project Type:Documentary, Music Video, Short Runtime:3 minutes 3 seconds Completion Date:February 3, 2019 Production Budget:4,000 USD Country of Origin:Hong Kong Country of Filming:Cambodia Shooting Format:Digital, 1080P, Smartphone Aspect Ratio:16:9 Film Color:Color
Maayan Sophia Weisstub is a visual artist. Her work questions the feeling and ideas behind mundane human experience. She challenges the banal with sensitivity, vulnerability, and audacity. Weisstub has taken part at the 24th Gabrovo Biennial of Humor and Satire in Art. Her work has shown at the Lothringer13 Halle (Munich), Pavlov’s Dog (Berlin), Millepiani… Continue reading Director Biography – Maayan Sophia Weisstub (DELIVERY!)