Florian v. Bornstädt was born on August 26th 1991 in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. Since he was young he was interested in film and television industry. After his graduation he starts a trainee at a local television channel in Hanover. In this time he wrote the script for his first short film ‚Little Red Riding Hood – A Tale of Blood and Death’, which he was directing together with Martin Czaja. In the following two years he realizied two more drama shorts and wrote some scripts for feature films. After his trainee he moved to Cologne and started to write scripts for a daily TV-Series.
Currently Florian is working on a lot of scripts, he wants to realize as shorts and feature films.
Film (Short, Drama and Romance) Writer Alexander Cranach is a young, aspiring painter until an accident takes his eyesight. He sees his career at an end and falls into a deep abyss, as the attractive Julia appears in his atelier.
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Rotkäppchen: Eine Erzählung von Blut und Tod
Film (Short, Drama and Horror) Writer When Markus realized a filthy girl in front of his house and took it into his flat, his women annika quickly realized something must be wrong with her. She does not feel comfortable with the imagination to have her in the flat for the night and she was right. The girl knows details about the couple she could not and should not know and starts an unnatural mind game, which goes far beyond rationality and should finally end up bloody. Written by Anonymous
Little Red Riding Hood: A Tale of Blood and Death
Film (short) by Florian v. Bornstädt Director, Screenwriter, Producer As Markus discovers a filthy, homeless girl in front of his house and takes her inside, his wife Annika quickly realizes that something isn't right about that girl. She doesn't feel comfortable with the idea of having her spend a night at the couple's house – and she is right. The girl knows details about them she should not – and could not – know. Unnatural mind games begin, which go far beyond rationality and eventually end bloody...
Shocking Shorts Award (Nominated)
German Young Film Maker's Award (Nominated)