Gregor Dashuber was born under the sign of the cross in the last century. At the turn of the millennium, he played a Roman Soldier in the Passion play of Oberammergau. He underwent a hard apprenticeship with the carpet dealer and girl trader, Alfred Wigel in Munich. Followed by late years of study in Prussia, where he graduated with a beautiful film about ugly people from HFF Konrad Wolf. This morbid diploma: "Never drive a car when you´re dead" is an homage to the dark corners of Berlin and the music of Tom Waits. He is currently working on a short film about the ludicrous clichés of love relationships, called "WHY NOT".
Co-Director,2D Animation,colour,8 min
Director,2D Animation,black and white,50 sec
Director,2D Animation,colour,10 min