Until The Edge Of The World
by Daniel Bertram
Synopsis | Cast & Crew | Technical Information
The five-year-old Flo cannot understand the condition that her father is in. Her mother explains: “He is with us but also far away at the same time”. This description sparks the child’s creativity, as she begins to imagine her father embarking on a journey far away, into the vastness of space.
ALICIA VALENCIA POLLEX
At the young age of 20, Daniel Bertram directed the Anti-Racism-Spot for the Fifa World-Cup 2006 with national team players from Germany, USA and Albania. His Social-Spots were broadcasted in more than 70 countries worldwide. Until the Edge of the World is his debut film and diploma film at the University of Applied Science and Arts, Hannover.
I wanted to make a film in which the audience becomes a silent observer of a world dominated by grief and loss. My vision was a film in which we immerse ourselves in the thoughts of the characters, to a metaphorical, visual and acoustic dimension, where we slowly begin to realize on whose mind we are.
Born in Berlin in 1979, Lisa Hagmeister studying at the Ernst Busch Academy of Dramatic Arts from 1999-2003. She was a resident performer at the Düsseldorf Schauspielhaus from 2003-2006. Her haunting portrayal of a young mother in Tatort Der frühe Abschied (2007) saw her honoured with the German Television Award. In 2008 she received the Boy Gobert Award, awarded by the Körber Foundation for outstanding achievement by a young actor.
Directed, written, edited, produced by: Daniel Bertram
Cinematography: Knut Adass
Costume design: Christian Hofmann
Production design: Patricia Ulbricht, Ann-Kathrin Paul
Music: Billy Ray Schlag
World Premiere at Oldenburg FF
Original Title: Bis die Welt einen Rand bekommt | Aspect ratio: 2.39 / 2k Scope / 2048x858px | Colour | Audio 5.1 | Shot on Red One and Sony PMW F5
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