DON’T be afraid If you click on the support button you won’t get ripped.
You just pledge your support with the effect that if we manage to get all of the 250 supporters, on 1st June at 10 am Vienna timezone all these 250(or more) fb or twitter accounts will spread our thunderclap message which says the following:
“OPERA ON ACID? Help complete the biggest, boldest and sexiest OPERATIC FLASH MOB the internet has ever witnessed! www.operaonacid.com“
And this hopefully this will lead to a overwhelming crowdfunding support on indiegogo. My gratitude to everybody who wants MeTube 2 become reality!
I’m glad to announce that we aquired the best partner we can imagine for our next film. It’s the one and only ”Bayrische Staatsoper” (Bavarian State Opera) and they commit to do crazy stuff with us. More to come, while we celebrate. BTW: this nice back belongs to Oksana Lyniv, conducting our soundtrack last November in Munich.
Last week was a great week, 4 awards incoming including the greatest price money I ever got (thx to content award Vienna). The best thing happened after showing MeTube on Saatchi’s New German Directors Showcase in Düsseldorf, Ger, when two agents approached me. One of them was wonderful Gesa. And now here we are: my first representation is on, and I’m feeling good with it.
I’m so happy that the Parisienne nominated my last muvi (‘Emergency’ for Tangowerk feat Lulu Schmidt). Last year we won surprisingly the Grand Prix with MeTube and this year’s competition line up is again strong, especially my favorite muvi of the past decade is nominated as well (if I’d be in the jury I would go for the Daniels ‘Turn down for what’). So it’s a good start here in Paris and it’s amazing to stay the next 3 months with my family in Le Marais 30 m next to the Seine. I’m in love already now. So here is the VOTING link to our Tangowerk video, go go go, vote vote vote and thx for dropping by and thx Ophélie for the pleasant evening yesterday. And I’m looking forward to the party 22nd of November aux trois baudets.
Old people in an old people’s home can certainly have a party. Thanky Danky to Tangowerk, Julia Gechter, Eugen Klim, Jalaludin Trautmann, Christin Gottscheber, Andi Winter, Elfi Wunsch and the rest of the wonderful cast and staff who made this happen!
Check this link on the ZDF Site to watch the whole bedroom 28minute episode. I had the pleasure to direct this flick and production wise shoot/edit the live footage. Overall production, animations and moderator texts were done by Megaherz in Munich. Leave your opinion if you like to. And sorry! Just the Palestinian-Israeli couple is speaking English.
I want to leave some shoutouts to Karin Hammer my wonderful editor, Theresa Rauter, the girl who made it happen, Pavel Cuzuioc, my multilayered sound engineer from Moldowa and Hajo Schomerus, who did a fabulous job on the cam. As well saying Thank you to the “Das Kleine Fernsehspiel” , especially Lucas Schmidt and the guys and gals of the production house Megaherz.
Oh, I almost forgot to mention the old school broadcast dates of our bedroom episode:
Monday 22nd September 2014, 00:20 – 00:50 and on
Friday, 26th September 2014, 20.15 Uhr on ZDFkultur
From NGDS: Der 6. New German Directors Showcase präsentiert Arbeiten von 15 Regisseuren während des Adc Festivals. Fetisch-Oper “Metube – August Sings Carmen Habanera” von Daniel Moshel als Appetizer Auf Gosee
Again I’m happy to be part of this. The success story of MeTube won’t stop. Last week 3 more awards were incoming and I found myself saying to me… . The thing is that whatever you do next it should be at least as good as the last thingy bingy and if not, don’t be afraid trying and sucking
Beside the fact that MeTube was shown meanwhile on over 100 festivals receiving more than a dozen awards. Our film MeTube is part of the Sundance Short Film Tour 2014. Going to over 50 cities int he US. Including a longer run at the IFC Center in New York. Yes, we have the most prominent spot on the poster
Right now we are producing a baroque meets sci-fi robot tale. After the success of ‘Der Doppelgaenger’ (2009) director Stephanie Winter regrouped with August Schram to push again the limits of the opera based music video. Marc-Antoine Charpentier’s Triste Déserts is a wonderful example of his lyrical vocal writing, which is the basis for Winter’s modern interpretation of this musical masterpiece. After shooting last summer we are working hard on its postproduction. We keep you posted …