Wtf Finishes Second Shortfilm Project Number 85

Wtf Finishes Second Shortfilm Project Number 85

Munich, Germany

After a successful festival-run and the online-release of their first short film “No Goodbye“ the Munich based film production company Weird Tiny Films finished their second project, which is going to the festivals now. Using a standard thriller situation, a handcuffed man being interrogated in an empty factory building, the movie states, that every love is bigger than the line between fiction and reality.

The big bosses might think that Eric is only a small fish, and he doesn’t deserve any success, but he proves that he deserves far more than that. After many years doing theater, cabaret and comedy the german director Ludo Vici decided to do films. So he crowded some friends around him and started a small film production company. To do one step after another they began to produce short films. A genre which gained a real renaissance through the internet.

Their first film “No Goodbye“ was shown on different festivals and online competitions and won the Grand Prix at the well known short film festival in Landshut, Germany. That gave them quite some confidence and they made another one. “I knew that it would be a real challenge to start filmmaking at my age (49), but according to my experiences on our first film, I just can say: It is always worth to stick to a project if you love it. You will never know what is going to happen if you don´t stick to it. This is also the same that happens to Eric, our main character in our latest film “Number 85”

Written and directed by Ludo Vici  @ludo_vici

Produced by Weird Tiny Films


Cinematographer Thomas Bauer

Postproduction and VFX Michael Sigel

Starring: Philipp Künstler

Lavinia Novak

Detlef Bothe

Chris Janik

Sandra Steffl

Number 85 – – pass:nelly2016

No Goodbye

NO GOODBYE – subtitled from ludo vici on Vimeo.

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