Three Deaths / Sundance Film Festival
Short | DCP | 2.35 : 1 | Kodak 35mm | Color | 13min | USA | 2020
Three strangers confront death in a modern interpretation of a Tolstoy story.
Premiered at the Sundance Film Festival 2020. Directed by Jay Dockendorf.
The Healing Power of Jazz / The New Yorker
Documentary | DCP | 2.35 : 1 | Kodak 35mm | Color | 5min | USA | 2018
Phil Young, a Harlem jazz legend, shares his thoughts about how music has the power to change lives. Shot on 35mm Kodak Film for TheNewYorker.com
The Via Dinarica Hiking Trail / National Geographic
Documentary | DCP | 16 : 9 | Digital | Color | 3x45min | Europe | 2017
The Via Dinarica promotes responsible tourism across the Western Balkans. The trail, which spans nearly 2,000 kilometers, is a cultural corridor and connects countries and communities along the Dinaric Alps and Sharr Mountain Range by spotlighting the region’s landscape and its diverse traditions.
Via Dinarica, named Outside magazine’s Best New Trail in 2014, Paste magazine’s best trekking path in 2015, a 2016 must-see by both Wanderlust magazine and The Guardian, and National Geographic Traveler‘s “Best of the World” destination for 2017 . Produced by Novagenus.
Sarajevo Songs of Woe
Feature | DCP | 1.85 : 1 | Digital | Color + BW | 140min | Bosnia Herzegovina, Germany | 2016
A filmic triptych comprising the two tales and the documentary middle part. They flow into each other and thus build a universal mosaic of fragmented life situated in the city of Sarajevo. The camera follows different protagonists and interweaves them in a cinematic round dance of hope and despair, love and death, and their quest for a dignified life, which is fragilely stretched between the desire for the warmth of love and the coldness of our civilization’s reality.