Tagline: No Gods, No Masters… I am an Anarchist!
Logline: The picture you see doesn’t always reveal the truth.
Outline: A documentary film crew decide to make a film about one of Berlin’s most interesting characters, Marco, a man who has spent several years living in its 19 Fotoautomaten (photobooths). His reason? He is on a protest mission against an increasingly capitalistic society. However, the story unravels and the crew discovers that this interesting character has a dark side. When a mystery surrounds the disappearance of first, a drug dealer and then their cameraman, suspicious fall upon the Fotoautomat Man. But, with no evidence or proof… There is no case. The director desperately keeps his production moving forward, but filming becomes a little difficult when you can’t find your cameraman!
O’neil Sharma – Writer/Director
Born in London, O’neil Sharma is a graduate of Economics and holds a Masters in Investment Management. He began his career as an Investment Banker. However, as a decent person, he decided to change his career by attending the London Film Academy. While at film school he directed the short film One Small Step and has since gone on to direct several commercials. He has written several feature-length screenplays The Big B, The Hard Line, Red Man, The White House, Hot and has written films for Deutschfilm (Make Love) and Summerstorm Entertainment (Undying).
He has worked as an assistant director on Valkyrie (Bryan Singer), The Last Station (Michael Hoffman), Inglourious Basterds (Quentin Tarantino), The Ghost (Roman Polanski), Drei (Tom Tykwer) and as Directors Assistant on Unknown (Jaume Collet-Serra) and Hansel and Gretel (Tommy Wirkola).
Anthony Straeger – Writer/Producer
Was born in the North of England and completed a BA in English and Drama at York University. Starting his professional career in theatre and TV. On moving to London became involved in corporate script writing and presenting which lead to corporate productions ranging from video to stage for a range of major clients.
Following successful productions have come in the form of ‘Call of the Hunter’ Feature film, ‘Day in the Life of Felix’ TV documentary on the Nemaline Myopathy. ‘The Road Home’ TV documentary on NHS.
Recent work since moving to Germany have included: Mission Backup Earth winner of 2 awards at the Melbourne WebFest (Best Fantasy/Sci-Fi and Grand Jury Prize) and 4 in the LA WebFest 2014. The new series has aired on Alex TV Berlin. ‘Land of Mine’ directed by Martin Zandvliet. ‘Summer 92‘ directed by Kasper Barfoed. ‘Elser’ directed by Oliver Hirschspiegel.