This short film has been produced in 2013 for the “50-hours film festival” that takes place according to the following rules: when the chronometer starts, all teams receive three parameters to observe. From that moment they have 50 hours to make up a story, write the screenplay, prepare the set, find costumes and props, shoot and edit the scenes.
The three parameters to observe were: serendipity, a formula, a nervous tic. Our team’s story calls into question whether Newton actually discovered the theory of gravity only because of an apple, or if there was something else behind it.
The film is a silent movie, dialogues have been replaced by synthesizer sound effects, and even the music score should remind old black and white movies.
In addition to being co-author of the story, Susanne Ratschiller was concerned with set design, music and sound effects, editing and special effects.
Tag: Short film