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Skurril und mal ganz was anders: "5 Zimmer, Küche, Sarg"

Skurril und mal ganz was anders: "5 Zimmer, Küche, Sarg"

Year of Open Source is a year-long investigative process and life experiment, documented in video, writing, and other media. I’m a filmmaker from New Zealand, based in Berlin. Until August 2013, I’m trying to live Open Source for a year – avoiding traditionally copyrighted products, using products released under open licenses, or adapting or developing my own.

I wanna hack a knitting machine! check out this cool Year of Open Source vid

Music styles collide. Some sound samples courtesy of www.freesound.org Screenings: New Zealand International film festival 2016 KUKI festival Berlin 2016 Crested…

Music styles collide. Some sound samples courtesy of www.freesound.org Screenings: New Zealand International film festival 2016 KUKI festival Berlin 2016 Crested…

Ultimate events happening soon in Australia, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, UK and USA. This edition also links to the official site for the European Film Market Horizon Events set to run 16-20 Feb. in Berlin.

Ultimate events happening soon in Australia, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, UK and USA. This edition also links to the official site for the European Film Market Horizon Events set to run 16-20 Feb. in Berlin.

Jane Campion (born 30 April 1954) is a New Zealand screenwriter, producer, and director based out of Australia. Campion is the second of four women ever nominated for the Academy Award for Best Director and is also is the first female filmmaker in history to receive the Palme d'Or for direction in her acclaimed film The Piano (1993)

Penny says: "When I spoke with [director/writer] Jane Campion, she told me: 'Things for me work best when they're both literal and metaphoric - they’re part of the story, but they carry more meaning than their literal weight.

Taika Waititi is a visual artist, actor, writer and director hailing from the Raukokore region of New Zealand. His short film Two Cars, One Night was nominated for an Academy Award in 2005. Taika's second and most recent feature, Boy, appeared at the Sundance and Berlin Film Festivals earlier this year. He discusses how creativity has helped him...

Taika Waititi is a visual artist, actor, writer and director hailing from the Raukokore region of New Zealand. His short film Two Cars, One Night was nominat.

Jaeden Lieberher arrives for the 'Midnight Special' photo call during the 66th Berlinale International Film Festival Berlin at Grand Hyatt Hotel on February 12, 2016 in Berlin, Germany.

Jaeden Lieberher arrives for the 'Midnight Special' photo call during the Berlinale International Film Festival Berlin at Grand Hyatt Hotel on February 2016 in Berlin, Germany.

Herzog

"You are all wrong." ~Werner Herzog addressing the booing crowd at the 1992 Berlin Film Festival.

New Zealand Film Commission

E Tipu e Rea - Variations on a Theme

Fernsehtipp für alle, die Neuseeland nicht nur mit großartigen Landschaften assoziieren.

Elisabeth Moss, Holly Hunter and an international cast of characters stun in Top of the Lake, Jane Campion’s seven-part miniseries for Sundance Channel.

Eating at the Bar: The Best Thing You Can Do on a Solo Trip DANIELLE WALSH4.16.2015  I often find myself traveling alone. Whether it’s a short trip to Los Angeles or a longer one to Barcelona, my itineraries are often just for one. And as a lone rider who travels for the food (as many of us at AFAR do), it’s awkward to sit at a table without a hungry partner-in-crime. That’s why I don’t do it—I eat at the bar. And I love it.

Eating at the Bar: The Best Thing You Can Do on a Solo Trip

Very excited to see that the Arches National Park cover I shot for AFAR Magazine is out. Many many many thanks to Tara Guertin for havin my back, to Elizabeth Olson for your gorgeous design work,.

New Zealand actor Jemaine Clement (L) and New Zealand actor Taika Waititi attend the premiere of the film 'What We Do in the Shadows' (German title: 5 Zimmer Kueche Sarg) on October 17, 2014 in Berlin, Germany.

New Zealand actor Jemaine Clement (L) and New Zealand actor Taika Waititi attend the premiere of the film 'What We Do in the Shadows' (German title: 5 Zimmer Kueche Sarg) on October 2014 in Berlin, Germany.

New Zealand actor and director Jemaine Clement attends the premiere of the film 'What We Do in the Shadows' (German title: 5 Zimmer Kueche Sarg) on October 17, 2014 in Berlin, Germany.

New Zealand actor and director Jemaine Clement attends the premiere of the film 'What We Do in the Shadows' (German title: 5 Zimmer Kueche Sarg) on October 2014 in Berlin, Germany.

'The Patriarch' ('Mahana'): Berlin Review  For his first film in New Zealand in two decades Lee Tamahori jumps back to Maori characters from the generation before his gritty breakout work 'Once Were Warriors.'  read more

Ten to watch at the Berlin film festival 2016

BROKE BUT SEXY is a documentary film series about the growing number of New Zealand artists living and working in Berlin, attracted by the rich culture and dirt-cheap rent.Supported by Goethe-InstitutMade by Julie Hill

BROKE BUT SEXY is a documentary film series about the growing number of New Zealand artists living and working in Berlin, attracted by the rich culture and dirt-cheap rent.Supported by Goethe-InstitutMade by Julie Hill

Christina Andreef, a director who has returned to New Zealand to work at the New Zealand Film Commission. She worked for Jane Campion for five years, from Sweetie to The Piano, wrote and directed three prize-winning shorts: Excursion To The Bridge of Friendship (In official selection at Sundance & Cannes), The Gap (Sundance & Telluride) and Shooting The Breeze (Sundance & Berlin). Her feature Soft Fruit was her fourth invited to Sundance, screened in Critics’ Week in Cannes.

Christina Andreef, a director who has returned to New Zealand to work at the New Zealand Film Commission. She worked for Jane Campion for five years, from Sweetie to The Piano, wrote and directed three prize-winning shorts: Excursion To The Bridge of Friendship (In official selection at Sundance & Cannes), The Gap (Sundance & Telluride) and Shooting The Breeze (Sundance & Berlin). Her feature Soft Fruit was her fourth invited to Sundance, screened in Critics’ Week in Cannes.

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