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RESET - Wie weit willst du gehen?
Six-part drama series, 2024

What would you change in your life if you had the chance to travel back in time? This miniseries is about exactly that - about a woman who is prepared to question herself and her personal and professional decisions in order to save her daughter's life.

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PROJECTS

Ugoku Tokai

Documentary 2020

Life is movement. The city is where movement is concentrated. A city man in Tokyo discovers twelve places with a different sense of time. He begins to question his ways. What makes us alive? Will we go on like this? An essayistic journey with a variety of tempos inspired by Rilke, Heidegger, Hegel and Buddhist lore.

Director: Lars Ostmann, 2020
Awards:

  • Best German Documentary - DOC.BERLIN

  • Best Asian Feature - AAIFF

  • Best Experimental Feature - The Fine Arts Film Festival

  • Mention Spéciale du Prix des Étudiants - Festival Traces de Vies 

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Into the red

VR Experience 2019

 

The VR experience "Into the Red" is not only a journey to Mars, but also a journey into the psyche of the lost mission leader.
Produced by Filmuniversität Babelsberg KONRAD WOLF and Vhite Rabbit, funded by Medienboard Berlin Brandenburg, in cooperation with Volucap Studio and TH Brandenburg and supported by INVR.Space and Filmorchester Babelsberg.

Director: Linda Brieda, 2019

"Into the Red" has been invited to numerous festivals, including Prix Europa 2019, Student BAFTA Awards 2020, ARTS x SDGs Festival, and Tel Aviv International Student Film Festival.

"Aussichten" is a sensitively told short story: Terminally ill Frank and Martin meet in a hospital room. When Martin excitedly tells his new roommate what he can see outside the window, Frank has no idea that this encounter will change his views forever.

Director: Lucas Lemnitzer, 2018

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"Van Riper" tells the short story of a young man who overcomes his fear when he comes face to face with an annoying teenager.


Director: Lucas Lemnitzer, 2017

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