Yes, it's almost been three years since my last journal entry and I've also been very inactive on Devaint Art during this time. I hope that there are still a couple of people who actually read this.
So, in my previous journal entry I wrote something about the editing of a film a made. Well, this was my first film, it was finished in late 2010 and it's pretty bad. Whatsoever, from this time on I producted a number of independent short films. I gathered experience, got a lot better and now some of my pieces are worth showing. I finished high school last year, my time of civil service will be over next week and I am right now looking for a place to study film or media technology. The Vienna film academy (for which's application I had to make three films) apparently didn't admit me, as I learned the day before yesterday.
The reason why I'm writing this entry after such a long time of inactivity is that I recently finally uploaded some of my projects on YouTube. So yes, if you are interested I would really appreciate it if you'd watch my movies and tell me how you like them. The original language is german, but remember that me and my actors are Austrians so it partly sounds pretty different from the german one might learn in school. Thus, all the videos contain english subtitles. So here they are:
www.youtube.com/watch?v=4xJBFg… : "Das Ende der Liebe" (means: The end of love), my newest film, with the lovely actress Lisa Ledermüller. I think she's really got talent.
www.youtube.com/watch?v=hZO4wY… : "Verliebt in einen Raucher" (means: Loving the smoker), this film was inspired by the Stephen King shortstory "The Man Who loved flowers"
www.youtube.com/watch?v=d4bl8z… : "What makes being a director so damn great", this film was shot in english, so you don't have to bother with subtitles. I hope you can understand our horrible Austrian accents.
www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Izs3t… : The outtakes of "Das Ende der Liebe", it was a pretty funny shot, the outtakes are totally worth watching.
Some more are still to come. If you watch my films, please comment.