Munich 1936 is a short I co-wrote with Director Fränzi Heinrich. The short tells the story of Jewish art collector Jonathan Rosenbaum and his wife Greta whose lives are turned upside down when Gestapo officers confiscate their collection of paintings. However, a special teenager from the future witnesses the events of this peculiar night in 1936. The short connects elements of historical film with science fiction. Munich 1936 was honoured with the Outstanding Achievement Award (Women Short) of the Indie Short Fest Los Angeles.
Short, 11:30 min, Germany 2020
DOP: Friedemann Leis | Screenplay: Fränzi Heinrich & Ricarda Saleh | Postproduction: Niklas Hehner Ellerfilm
Cast: Neele Pettig, Carl Bruchhäuser, Jaschar Markazi Noubar,
Alexander Prizkau, Stephan Wurfbaum, Lennart Klappstein
Alexandra Reißmann: Best Costume Design, Anatolia International Film Festival 2020 (Nomination)
Fränzi Heinrich: Outstanding Achievement Award (Women Short), Indie Short Fest Los Angeles 2020 (Award)