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“Wundersamer Wald”: A Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film In Berlin By Thomas Knauer (2015)

“Wundersamer Wald- Vor den Toren der Stadt” (“Miraculous Forest – Before The Gates of the City”) is a Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film In Berlin By Thomas Knauer.

Filmed, Edited and Directed by:  Thomas Knauer

Produced by: visdia | medienproduktion

Music by:  Stefano Mocini (“Colours“)

Wundersamer Wald Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film In Berlin Directed By Thomas Knauer

“Unfortunately the time when the territory of present-day Germany was covered with impenetrable forests is over. Today cultural landscapes, dense population and agriculture dominate. The remaining forests are mostly productive forests, intended for timber harvesting. But there are places, islands in the landscape, which look like proper forest.

That is what this short film is about, taken at the gates of Berlin and in the studio. It shows a selection of nature that is actually still there, to experience by everyone.”

Website:  http://www.thomasknauer.com/

http://www.visdia.de/de/index.html

“Requiem For A Time”: A Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film In Germany By Thomas Knauer And Mario Wilhelm (2015)

“Requiem For A Time” is a Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film In Germany Produced and Directed By Thomas Knauer And Mario Wilhelm.

Produced and Directed by:  Thomas Knauer and Mario Wilhelm

Music by:  Stefano Mocini  (“Requiem For A Time“)

Requiem for a time cinematic time-lapse short film in Germany directed by Thomas Knauer and Mario Wilhelm 2015

“Requiem For A Time” is a journey into the past, a trip into a time that has preserved a certain type of architecture being in a dilapidated state, giving subtle hints and information about the events that took place there.

The film tries to meet the demands of a documentation of these places and a subjective interpretation of what remains of these events and wants to merge both aspects into an emotional experience.

Requiem for a time cinematic time-lapse short film in Germany directed by Thomas Knauer and Mario Wilhelm title

Website:  http://www.visdia.de/de/index.html