"Blaubär" Audio Book Trailer 2'43 2013 Michał Krajczok
The book "Die 131/2 Leben des Käpt´n Blaubär" was originally published in 1999 and then in 2002 relased as an audio book with the voice of Dirk Bach.
This trailer is a short example of the NEW audio book (originally 19 hours long), having the superb voice and acting of Dirk Bach and new Music and Sound Design by Michał Krajczok.
Supervising: Walter and Elvira Moers
Sound Design Support: Marian Mentrup and Niklas Kammertöns
Vocals for "Blaubärmädchen": Larissa Blau
Musical Saw: Katharina Micada
Trailer Editing: Annette Jung
FEUCHTGEBIETE - Opening Sequence
Animated Title Sequence 3D Computer Graphics 1:23 min 2013
Opening title sequence for the german feature "Feuchtgebiete"
directed by Stephan Sacher and Michael Herm Chump and Clump meet at a bus station. Unfortunately, they have just missed their bus, which arrives only once a week. While waiting for the next bus, a bizarre and wonderfully raucous friendship develops, which still manages to prevail when all odds turn against our little heroes.
short film 2D computer drawn animation 5:45 HFF „Konrad Wolf“ Potsdam-Babelsberg & Pauline Kortmann, 2011
Directed by Pauline Kortmann
It’s hot. The weather frog is alarmed: if what the kids say is true, terrible things could happen to the climate! What exactly, the poor frog learns the hard way.
Animation: Pauline Kortmann, Ulf Grenzer, Marc Arnull, Christian Retzlaff
Realized by Alexander Pohl
The Protagonist, the Auguste, projected onto a huge screen of a pitoresque cinema as a metaphor for the subconscious mind of the audience undergoes an existantial development dreaming of his counterpart the whiteface clown and finally finding his true identity the immortal archetype of the Trickster.
screenplay, design, modelling, rigging, texturing, animation, shading, rendering, VFX: Alexander Pohl virtual acting/ voice: Florian Hertweck producer Fabian: Pöhlmann camera: Till Vielrose editor: Florian Metzner music composed and orchestrated by: Stefan Maria Schneider conductor: Stefan Maria Schneider music performed by: Deutsches Filmorchester Babelsberg solo trumpet: Jan Sebastian Melzer sound design: Tilman Hopf sound re-recording mixer: Alexej Ashkenazy foley artist: Günter Röhn line producer: Holger Lochau technical support: Dennis Rettkowski