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Commercial | CrossFit Saarbrücken | Saarlouis

This commercial had 2 basic premises: Describe CrossFit, which is shortly determined by: Increased work capacity broad time and modal domains: CrossFit Constantly varied high intensity functional movements: CrossFit And the client wanted the Commercial …

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Half a year of CrossFit and how it affected my life in filmmaking

Posted by bastian on 4. November 2016  /   No Comments

As I described in a previous blog post I wanted to change up my life. I wanted to start a better lifestyle: Sport and healthy food, in order to better my creativity and my work …

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I’m in a filmmaking Paradise! – Cinec 2016

Posted by bastian on 4. October 2016  /   No Comments

Filmmaking Paradise – Conventions concerning Filmgear It doesn’t matter if you’re just starting out in the filmmaking business or a long and hard-working DP (Director of Photography) you will always have to be on top of the …

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Short Documentary | “Nur Knöpfe drücken…”

To finish of my education I had to produce a short film in a time window of 16 hours of production and post-production. I chose a subject which is really close to my heart – …

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Commercial | Kickstarter | Wundrwatch

Time flies by… especially in filmmaking. Everyone is in a hurry. We don’t find time to appreciate time itself. That’s why they guys from Wundr are producing the Wundrwatch. A one-handed 24-hour watch with slick design …

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CrossFit as a filmmaker – stay fit as a filmmaker

Posted by bastian on 16. May 2016  /   2 Comments

My life as a filmmaker – how I got into CrossFit As a filmmaker we all struggle the same: long working hours in our editing rooms as well as long working hours on set, filming. …

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Filmmaking Blog: One year with the Dragon!

Posted by bastian on 19. December 2015  /   No Comments

Filmmaking Blog: One year with the Dragon! So it’s been a bit over one year since I first laid hands on the Red Epic Dragon and I think I can start giving an honest opinion …

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