Serienale 2016: Panel – Serien & Musik

Ab dem 29.09. wird Berlin zur Serienhauptstadt! Zahlreiche Serien erwarten euch auf dem Serienale-Festival an einzigartigen Orten!

Doch wir werfen auch einen Blick hinter die Kulissen! In einem spannenden Panel wird sich mit der Bedeutung der Musik für Serien auseinander gesetzt! Die Serienmusik-Komponisten Hans Hafner, Reinhold Heil, Stefan Maria Schneider & Moritz Denis sprechen über Anforderungen in der Serienmusik und welche ästhetischen Aspekte man im Blick behalten sollte!

Los geht’s am 30.09. um 10:00 Uhr im Kulturkaufhaus Dussmann!

Tickets (kostenlos) für das Panel gibt es direkt auf der Serienale-Page25_panel_musikserien

u-he at Superbooth16 – YouTube

Oh how fun the Superbooth was!

I’m very proud to have been part of the u-he team for the 3 days in April of 2016. It was great fun and we saw some very impressive performances including the very touching performance of Robert Lowe on the Eurorack.

How to mourn: Ger Farmer Foley on Vimeo

From this page

A recent viral video shows an Irish pub in County Kerry, Ireland, full of mourners there to remember their recently deceased friend, Ger “Farmer” Foley. An enthusiastic guy named Brian O’Sullivan climbs on top of the bar to address the congregation. “I’ve been doing this song for a few years, but I haven’t done it for a couple of years up on this counter. It’s the most appropriate song that you could ever get for this man,” O’Sullivan declares, before leading an impassioned sing-along of The Killers’ “Mr. Brightside.” We should all have friends like this, and want a party to be had when we’re gone. The band took notice, and responded via Twitter.

Ulrich Wiesner – Unser Retter vor den Wahlcomputern

Am 3. März 2009 entschied das Bundesverfassungsgericht gegen den Einsatz von Wahlcomputern. Zu verdanken haben wir dieses Urteil Ulrich Wiesner und seinem Vater.

Bitte unbedingt auch diesen Podcast zum Thema “Wahlcomputer” anhören. Tim Pritlove und Ulrich Wiesner sprechen hier über die Probleme und es ist wichtig, dass wir alle wirklich verstehen, warum wir niemals, ich wiederhole: niemals dem Einsatz von Wahlcomputern zustimmen dürfen.

Und an dieser Stelle möchte ich Ulrich Wiesner und seinem Vater von ganzem Herzen danken. Dafür, dass sie für uns alle den Kopf hingehalten haben. Ihr seid Helden!!

Source: Ulrich Wiesner – Wahlcomputer

Animated Infographic of the Film Market – Sundance

Regarding the section on piracy in the Animated Infographic article on Cultural Weekly:

I know all the wrong arguments surround piracy and how and why they are wrong and specious.

Except one argument: the one about being able to access the films at all.

If there was a simple way of paying to view current films that aren’t being released in my country at all (and a lot of what is being shown at Sundance falls into that category), I would take it. And I can not imagine, that removing the theaters, distributors and marketing from the cost side, that it would be more than 3 to 5 bucks to view the film at home.

As an industry insider, I would love to be able to at least virtually take part in Sundance, but I understand that this makes the IRL cinema world even less financially viable.

Complicated new world indeed.

Source: Cultural Weekly

5 Things You Need To Make A Short Film That People Will Give A F**k About – Raindance

  1. A Great Script Something that I’ve noticed about many shorts coming out of film schools and most film festival submissions is, that there’s a wealth of “well directed” shorts, or beautiful films shot on super 16mm, using Cooke lenses helmed by super-talented cinematographers.. but do I care for the actual film? Rarely.  What I …

Source: 5 Things You Need To Make A Short Film That People Will Give A F**k About – Raindance