Making movies is not just a job to me, it is an attitude to life.
I started making movies when I was 12 years old and never stopped since then. The freedom I find in being creative became my essence of life. I love working with people, actors and crew alike. Most people underestimate the importance of teamwork in filmbusiness. Only when every single crew member does his part well, the possibility of making a great movie becomes real.
I'm very happy that I was able to gather experiences in every department of filmmaking and thus able to acknowledge the effort being made.
I'm highly motivated, enthusiastic and always interested in meeting new people, working on new projects and gathering experiences.
The Glorious Seven
Film by Harald Franklin (Action) Camera and Electrical Department
Film by Jakob M. Erwa (Drama and Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department Ambitious cello student Jessica moves into a new flat, together with her boyfriend Lorenz. When she receives the honorable invitation to represent Germany in an international contest for classic music it seems to be her great opportunity - at the same time it means enormous pressure. In her home, Jessica starts to prepare herself meticulously for the contest. However, her own four walls don't seem to give her shelter as Jessica finds herself more and more exposed to small and major anonymous harassments. What is the neighbour's involvement prying mysteriously behind half-closed curtains? Lorenz doesn't notice any of this and therefore finds it hard to believe Jessica's assumptions, which creates conflict between the young couple. The increasing pressure and stress begin to noticeably gnaw on Jessica's everyday life and pretty soon reality and imagination blur. Eventually Jessica finds her life scattered, caused by her own ambition. In the desperate hope to restore her felicity, she ... Written by mojo:pictures
Anna and Modern Day Slavery
Film by Magda M. Olchawska (Action, Drama and Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department Together with her team of close collaborators Anna works tirelessly risking her own life to unravel dark secrets behind a major trafficking ring.
Lupus Perditus - Der verlorene Wolf
Film (short) by Christian Slezak (Comedy and Drama) Director, Producer Having caused his wife's death, Sven escapes into the wild in order to set an end to his life. Not able to pull the trigger, he feels downcast and decides to back out from his suicidal intentions. In this very moment, he gets stuck between tree trunks. Desperate and disappointed by his weakness, he finds himself in a really life-threatening situation alone in the woods... That sure is not the way he had imagined his death. As if this situation was not miserable enough, a rustling in the bushes nearby turns out not to be a life-saver but a wild wolf. In addition to these outward dangers, Sven starts hearing a cheeky voice inside his head that is driving him mad. Written by Christian Slezak
Film (short) by Carsten Degenhardt (Drama) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Long the flower box despite SS marching in their street, SA, and Hitler Youth want to not admit the seriousness of the situation - until eventually their lives brutally collapses.
Die Welt Nebenan
Film (short) by Christian Slezak (Drama) Director, Producer, Writer Gio, a young migrant woman from Berlin Neukoelln has no future prospects. She quit school very early and became a member of a local gang, making a living with pickpocketing and small thievery. One day she gets caught and is sentenced to several hours of community service. There she meets Klara, a young blind woman with a passion for books and classic music. During the hours of community service, Gio has to read to Klara. Soon she discovers, that these books are erotic novels and that she is unable to cope with the situation. Two Worlds meet. Written by Anonymous
L'ora blu - Blaue Stunde
Film (short) by Davide Crivelli (Music and Romance) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Harry and Isabel, a young couple, go to a concert that takes place in a small theater. On stage there is a musician playing the prelude of the Cello Suite No. 1 in G major by J.S. Bach. In the audience we see Lena, an attractive woman that starts an explicit and evident eyes game with Harry. Harry decides to play the game and returns Lena's dangerous sights. Written by Anonymous
Film (short) by Carsten Degenhardt (Drama) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Dekra Hochschule Berlin