animated short, digital cut-out, D, IL, 2017, 15 min, together with Daniella Koffler (Trailer)
Netta is a young Israeli woman who would like to move abroad – to Germany of all places. Netta’s father, the son of Holocaust survivors, is horrified by her decision.
Torn between haunting memories and shadows of the past, caught between collective memories that have been imprinted on them both for years, Netta and her Dad, the representatives of two different generations, will have to face their demons in Berlin and in Israel, and challenge their identities in order to save their once close relationship.
Director, Producer, Writer, Art Director, Compositing Artist: Daniella Koffler
Director, Producer, Storyboard, Layout, Animation: Uli Seis
Composer, Sound Designer: Eitan Shefer
Animator: Paul Bender
Line Producer: Karsten Matern
Voice Actor “Dad”: Micah Lewensohn
Voice Actor “Seller”: Philipp Oehme
Voice Actor “Martin”: Matthias Wagner
Voice Actor “Netta”: Shirly Lev
Casting Director Germany: Sharon Ryba-Kahn
Casting Director Israel: Nili Koffler
Musical Supervision Dresdner Sinfoniker: Markus Rindt
Cello, Viola, Contrabass: Dietrich Zöllner
Guitar: Kalle Kalima
Violin: Andreas Winkler
Sound Engineer: Martin Fischer
Sound Engineer: Neal Gibbs
Gesher Multicultural Film Fund
Kulturstiftung des Freistaates Sachsen
Sächsische Landesanstalt für privaten Rundfunk und neue Medien
The crowd – the production of our trailer was crowdfunded via startnext.de
In a bold, never-before-attempted experiment, Bill Plympton, the “King of Indie Animation” invited animators from around the world to re-create one shot each from his Oscar-nominated short, “Guard Dog”. I got to animate scene 02.
Animated short, traditional animation, 3 min, 2011
Bob’s little barbershop is not going well. His neighbour, high-tech-hairdresser “Magic Marcel” gets all the customers.
The two hairdressers are rivals not only in business: They both have a crush on the same woman.
Marcel plays dirty tricks on Bob to ruin his business and his love. Bob has to fight back by means of a true coiffeur. Continue reading →