• Zerrumpelt Herz / The Council of Birds
        • Zerrumpelt Herz / The Council of Birds

          • Country:
          • Germany, 2014
          • Group:
          • Competition
          • Duration:
          • 80’
          • Director:
          • Tim Kreger
          • Screenplay:
          • Roderik Varih & Tim Kreger
          • Cast:
          • Torsten Vin, Eva Marija Jost, Danijel Kraus, Kristijan Blimel, Andreas Konrad, Teo Lojtert
          • Festivals:
          • Cinematography:
          • Roland Stuprih
          • Editing:
          • Jan Andereg
          • Sound:
          • Aljoša Haupt , Hajko Nikerl, Oskar Štibic
          • Music:
          • Džon Girtler
          • Producer:
          • Viktorija Štople
          • Production:
          • Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg
        • Showing

          07. Mar | 19:30 | 300 RSD
          Dvorana Kulturnog centra

          08. Mar | 15:00 | 250 RSD
          Dom omladine

        • SYNOPSIS

          Music teacher Paul Leinert receives an unexpected letter from his friend Otto Schiffmann, a young and talented composer who has moved away from Berlin after a failed marriage. The letter is an invitation for Paul to come and visit Otto in his forest cabin – and to get to know his new work, a long-awaited symphony. Taking along his wife Anna as well as his colleague Willi, the three find Otto’s cabin, but thier host is nowhere to be seen. As they go looking for him the next day, Paul notices something odd about the song of the local birds...

          Timm Kröger

          Born in 1985 in Itzehoe, northern Germany. Timm began his studies at the European Film College in Ebeltoft, Denmark where he also spent a year as teacher’s assistant. Following an internship at ARRI Rental in Munich, he studied Cinematography & Documentary Film at the Filmakademie Baden-Württenberg in Ludwigsburg. Timm works as author, director and cinematographer. The Council of Birds is his first feature film.


          2014 Zerrumpelt Herz / The Council of Birds

          2014 Venezia, Reykjavik

          From pure craft point of view, this graduation project is a success, with both the film’s looks and use of sound all meticulously planned.
          Boyd van Hoeij, The Hollywood Reporter