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6th DMZ Docs(2014)

I AM DOCU



Time Goes by like a Roaring Lion

Philipp HARTMANN

  • Germany
  • 2013
  • 80min
  • DCP
  • color/black and white

Synopsis

A filmmaker in the statistical middle of his life suffers from chronophobia. He has to find a way to slow down the passage of time. A personal essay film exploring the essence of time.

Review

Director

  • Philipp HARTMANN

    Born 1972 in Karsruhe, Germany. Working as an independent filmmaker since 2000 (also as F. K. Flumen) Short films screened in numerous international festivals and in TV; projects funded by Filmförderung Hamburg, Documentary Campus and other public and private funding. Several medium and feature-length films, among others, various artdocumentaries, e.g. works for the artists association Künstlerbund Baden- Württemberg e.V., Museum Würth, Künzelsau as well as for different independent artists, among them the painter Uwe Lindau Since 2004 curator of different film events like the “Karlsruher Kurzfilmnacht” Filmfestival, “Young Video- and Film Art” in Art Gallery Wilhelmshöhe, Odderader Filmtage and other events in Germany, Brazil and Portugal; Monthly ShortfilmTV-Program “Heinz” on Tide TV Hamburg from 2010 until 2012. Time goes by like a roaring lion (2013)Blicke in die Verschwörerbude (2011)​ 

Credit

  • ProducerPhilipp HARTMANN
  • Cinematography Helena WITTMANN
  • Editor Philipp HARTMANN
  • Sound Louis FRIED

Contact

Contact  Flumen Film

Tel  49 163 254 4427

E-mail  philipp@flumenfilm.de​