Slow clap!! Earthmoving, Sierra Zulu’s prequel, will be shown at the filmfest Braunschweig at Universum Filmtheater in Braunschweig/Germany.
When? December 21, 2012 (as part of “Der kürzeste Tag – Der Kurzfilmtag” of AG Kurzfilm).
Johannes Grenzfurthner presented Sierra Zulu at TEDxVienna 2011.
He will return for TEDxVienna 2012 to give an update and screen Earthmoving — Sierra Zulu’s short film prequel (featuring Jeff Ricketts, Martin Auer).
TEDxVienna 2012 @ Odeon, Taborstraße 10, 1020 Vienna, Austria.
November 3, 2012.
Another day at the United Nations Offices in Vienna. The Austrian Foreign Affairs Ministry invited members of the European Protocol Service, the UN Strategic Command Center for Central Europe, the United States Air Forces and a regional politician from Lower Austria to talk about the future of Soviet Unter-WHAT?!
Want to learn to know our film team?
Well… have a look! Here is the entire list of our heroes of work!
How did we do it?
Here are all blog posts about the production of Earthmoving!
It’s time indeed.
Saturday, February 4, 2012, 5 PM at Raum D, Q21, Museumsquartier Vienna.
On its most fundamental level, film editing is the art, technique, and practice of assembling shots into a coherent whole. It is usually performed in dark, smelly places.
Director Johannes Grenzfurthner and editor Tom De Roeck can tell you how dark and how smelly.
(Above: Tom De Cutter)
Some images for your enjoyment — taken by our wonderful set photographer Magdalena Fischer. More pictures can be found on Sierra Zulu’s Flickr page.
Revolutions are the camera dollies of history.
A brief report from the glorious front line of pre-production!
Sandra Gigerl, Katharina Würthner and Ines Stoderegger are doing a wonderful job organizing the shoot of the Sierra Zulu prequel next week. We promise to blog some pictures soon.
Our actors will be: Jeff Ricketts, Alexander Fennon, Martin Auer, Adrienne Ferguson, Lynsey Thurgar, Stuart Freeman, Achmed Abdel Salam, Günther Friesinger, Arman T. Riahi, Tom de Roeck, Richard Pyrker and Lorenz eSeL Seidler.
History repeats itself, first as tragedy, second as informal meeting!