DANILO CARVALHO (*1972 in Brazil) is a musician and has worked since 2005 as a sound engineer and film-maker.
PHILIPP HARTMANN (*1972) studied Visual Communication at Hamburg‘s University for Visual Arts (HfbK) and makes both short and long films. His work includes the documentaries "Time Goes By Like a Roaring Lion" (2013) and "66 Kinos" (2016).
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[⏵] HYBRID With docu-fictional elements, the film creates an associative picture of water as a both physical and metaphysical basis for human existence. While Dithmarschen gives up the fight against rising sea levels, the periods of drought in the steppes of Brazil‘s sertão become more frequent. Drama and everyday life in times of climate change: a musician resists being evacuated, a female firefighter enjoys the last summer before the flood, in Brazil a long-lost town re-emerges from a dried-up reservoir and three girlfriends go swimming, possibly for the last time. Birds are observed; the ferryman, an angel and Theodor Storm‘s Schimmelreiter are standing by.
Cast: Johannes Kirschbaum, Fernando Pimentel, Inga Richter, Larissa de Melo, Janayra Alves, Lorena Ahadzi, Jochen Picht, Angela Anzi, Astrid Adverbe, Idson Ricart, Leleda Sousa, Josafá Ferreira Duarte, Roger Ribeiro u.a.
Producer: Philipp Hartmann, Danilo Carvalho, Julia Alves, Ticiana Lima