Sometimes, I write and direct short films.
The most recent one is a mini Blade Runner (1982) sequel titled “Persōna”.
With 60+ people involved across 6 locations, it was my largest production so far. It’s not out yet. Here’s the trailer:
Here, we were shooting underground at Urbane Nachbarschaft Samtweberei in Krefeld with about 20 extras. Operating the camera, it’s Lukas Spijkermans of Bildmühle, the hard-working DOP on this project.
You’ll find more on my Vimeo soon. The only bottleneck on how many films I’ll make is how much time I take for my other work.
I hosted KOPFKINO, a monthly evening on filmmaking, at designkrefeld.
How are films developed and put together? How do filmmakers think? For a few months, I passed on what I had come across so far, illustrating film theory with example clips from Genius to Grotesque.
Entry was free for students, it’s open-ended, there’s popcorn and beer. I’ve been told both the total newcomers and the more advanced students got something out if it…
After each 40-minute program, I interviewed an active filmmaker of the faculty, introducing them to about 50 guests. I stopped running the event later, because I wanted to give other projects more of my time.
Visual impressions of past projects
In Verso (2016) was my very first short.
Testing the design faculty’s new equipment, I found myself making a spoken-poem-video. Click through to Vimeo:
I edited, sound-designed and partly directed a friend’s short film on the subjective experience of mental sources of suffering. It’s called ECHO:
I’m now looking to make music videos.
I’m open to a good match. If I love your music and find you promising, I’ll consider doing the first project for free. If you’re interested, say Hi.