We Miss You (short film)

Posted: February 21, 2012 in film
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FILMACADEMY BADEN-WÜRTTEMBERG presents a HANNA MARIA HEIDRICH film “WE MISS YOU” CORNELL ADAMS DANELL FORTSON director of photography JANN DÖPPERT production designer JILL SCHWARZER costume designer ANDY BESUCH editor BENJAMIN ENTRUP music by PHILIPP NOLL & AXEL HUBER sounddesign & mixing by CHRISTIAN HECK vfx supervisor SEBASTIAN NOZON vfx TONIO FREITAG screenplay by HANNA MARIA HEIDRICH & ALEX ESLAM produced by SEBASTIAN BANDEL & STEFFEN WILHELM directed by HANNA MARIA HEIDRICH

AWARDS

Special Jury Award – Young Director Award 2011, Cannes
Best European Branded Short – Young Director Award 2011, Cannes
Best European Filmschool – Young Director Award 2011, Cannes
Best Filmschool Film – German Commercial Award 2011
1st Prize – Kurzundschön Film Festival 2011
Silver Award – Porsche Advertising Award 2011
Winner G-Technology Driven Creativity Competition 2011
Winner Saatchi & Saatchi – New German Directors Showcase 2011
Winner Caligari Award 2010

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Comments
  1. ed nelson says:

    So a “coastal Jackrabbit” was put in the inner urban zone… a terrible place for any sentient being… and so… question: how much sentient are these andibules? I kinda wonder, hey they might be stage props, like most of the gadamned people are… Hahahah.

    Jessus, these poor dear deer, don’t get much of a life here in suburbiana niether. Likely as not wind up as “road kill”. One true story, was, when I went across the premier bridge of all time, and there was a fresh dead deer in the lane, so I got out and dragged it over to the side, and right behind was a guy from our work crew, and he wanted the meat from the deer, so we loaded the deer into the back seat of his Volk’s Wagon.

    Moral of the story: People who live in cities, they might have real good connections with the earth, more than you think.

    • Yes, I have heard similar stories about road kill- actually I want to say that HuffPo had an article not too long ago, about a man who has lived on road kill for, like forty years.

      And, yes, I lived in LA for many years and never lost my connection to nature; I was not alone in that.

      Good to see you, thanks for stopping by.

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