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Selection 2019

C4RE

Directed by Alice Reily de Souza & Jule Walther
International Student Contest
August 30th

ESMA Excentris

C4RE Alice Reily de Souza, Jule Walther poster
Director: Alice Reily de Souza, Jule Walther
Writer: Alice Reily de Souza, Jule Walther
Producer: Jule Walther
Music: Leonard Küßner

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10 m 5 s
Germany
2018

In a hospital a dying boy meets his perfect caretaker.

Director
Alice Reily de Souza, Jule Walther

Alice Reily de Souza:
Born right in the middle of the 80`s, in the beautiful concrete chaos of Sao Paulo, Brazil. Graduated in Fine Arts at UNICAMP in 2008 and started working with animation in different studios before moving to France to further her education. In 2014 starts at the Animationinstitut in the Filmakademie Baden-Wuerttemberg, in Germany. There she works in many stop motion projects such as ´Jiri´, ´In one drag´ and `C4RE´.


Jule Walther:
Juliane Walther, born 1987 in Karl-Marx-Stadt, graduated 2007 the high school at the G.E. Lessing Gymnasium in Döbeln. After a longer term abroad in London she studied Integrated Design at the HS Anhalt Dessau with the focus of animation and film.
Her first work experience she got by being employee at Pixomondo Studios in Frankfurt. As a Junior MGFX Artist she was working for different commercials, international trade fairs, and full feature films. In september 2014 she started her studies of Animation/ Effects Producing at the Filmakademie Baden Württemberg. Since 2017 she is working as production management for the animation feature “Latte hedgehog – and the magic waterstone” for Eagle Eye Film Production.

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International Student Contest
August 30th

ESMA Excentris