- Opening title sequence for the german feature "Feuchtgebiete"
- Animation by TALKING ANIMALS
- Directed by David Wnendt
- Produced by Rommelfilm - 2013
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.
Co-Director,2D Animation,colour,8 min
Director,2D Animation,black and white,50 sec
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Animation Art Director,Storyboard
Animation Director,2D Animation,black and white,12 min
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Once I Dreamt of Life is a feature length documentary film about suicide — subject that people rarely want to talk about. It’s an account about one’s personal relation to suicide, but also studies suicide as social phenomena: What are the motives, warning signs and consequences? The film follows the journey of a young man, an animated character based on a real person, on his path towards suicide. The journey is described by people who’ve had encounters with suicide – parents who lost their child, young adults who considered or even tried committing suicide. official website of the film: onceidreamtoflife.com/