SOUND WORKSHOP: MOON GIRL
One night in Paris, a little cockroach sets off on an adventurous journey to try and reach the object of his affection: the moon.
The short film MOON GIRL (3 min.) could use a few sounds. And who should make them? All of us together! Alexander Fickel from the Münchner Rundfunkorchester and Alex Naumann from the children's music program "Do Re Mikro" on radio station BR-KLASSIK will bring along rattles, drums, bells, a xylophone, a guitar, and many other instruments. The children in the audience will help them to turn a silent film into one full of sound!
The workshop will be about 25 minutes long.
The workshop and the short film will be shown before ICH BIN WILLIAM on Mo, 2. 7., 9 am at Carl-Orff-Saal/Gasteig and GORDON & PADDY on Fr, 6.7., 3 pm at Rio1.
Screenplay: Nicolas Bianco-Levrin, Julie Rembauville
Director of Photography: Jacques Collin
Film Editor: Nicolas Bianco-Levrin
Composer: Adrien Chevalier
Production Designer: Nicolas Bianco-Levrin
Sound: Julie Rembauville
Producer: Nicolas Bianco-Levrin
Production Company: Prototype Productions
Co-Producer: Julie Rembauville
Director: Nicolas Bianco-Levrin, Julie Rembauville
Filmmakers and children's book authors Julie Rembauville and Nicolas Bianco-Levrin have worked together since 2003. Together, they have created about 20 short films using various techniques such as stop-motion, paper cutouts and drawings. They've received several awards at the Annecy International Animation Festival, including for the screenplays for IT'S A DOG'S LIFE (2012) and THE ONE WHO TAMED CLOUDS (2015).