Wie ich berühmt werden wollte

A Film by Tim Oppermann

Synopsis

HOW I WANTED TO BECOME FAMOUS

Andreas has a problem. He wants to be a stuntman. Most of all as his idol Arnold Schwarzenegger. But after he discovered the new Internet platform Youtube everything changed.

Director

  • Picture of Tim Oppermann © Tim Oppermann

    Tim Oppermann

    Tim Opperman, born in March, 1997, is an austrian up-and-coming director, currently graduating at Höhere Graphische Bundes-Lehr- und Versuchsanstalt in Vienna. He already shot 7 short-films, which he successfully submitted at selected international
    film festivals. Besides producing his own short-films, he is working as sound engineer for documentary filmmaker Manfred Neuwirth, and puts out short promotional films and music videos.

Awards + Festivals

  • 21st FESTIVAL INTERNACIONAL DE CINE PARA NINOS (Official Selection, Mexico City, Estado de México, Mérida, Michoacán and Tijuana Mexico)August 9, 2016
  • *PRESIDENT’S AWARD*
    5th NORTH CAROLINA FILM AWARDS (Official Selection, Raleigh, USA) September 5, 2016
  • 21st INTERNATIONAL SCHLINGEL FILMFESTIVAL (Short Film Competition, Chemnitz, Germany)September 26, 2016
  • 14th TALLGRASS FILM FESTIVAL (Official Selection, Wichita, Kansas, USA)October 12, 2016
  • 9th NORTHERN WAVE INT'L FILM FESTIVAL (Official Selection, Rif, Iceland)October 21, 2016
  • 30th BRAUNSCHWEIG INT'L FILM FESTIVAL (Official Selection, Germany)November 7, 2016

Crew

Screenplay
Tim Oppermann
Producer
Tim Oppermann
Director
Tim Oppermann
Director of Photography
Oskar Ott
Art Direction
Maria Prock
Costume Design
Becky Sternberg
Sound
Tjandra Warsosumarto, Stefan Thenmayer
Editor
Marcus Gotzmann
Sound Design
Jakob Spengemann

Details

Running Time
15.33 Minutes
Shooting Format
DCP 2k
Screening Format
DCP, BluRay, DVD, .mov, mp4 (HD)
Aspect Ratio
Cinemascope
Sound
Dolby Digital

Contact

FILM FESTIVAL AGENCY

Markus Kaatsch
aug&ohr medien
Riemannstr. 21
10961 Berlin, Germany

+49 (0) 176 - 62965299

markus@augohr.de
www.augohr.de

FILMSCHOOL

Höhere Graphische Bundes-Lehr- und Versuchsanstalt
Leyserstraße 6
1140 Wien, Austria