Musikvideo “Optimist”

“Weil ich das Leben genieße, wie eine Blume spriesse…”

Wer hätte das gedacht? Unsere Mitarbeiterin Nina steht nicht nur gerne hinter der Kamera, sondern auch mal ganz gerne davor.

Ihr kennt sie ja schon als Field Reporterin von unseren Weihnachtssendungen, aber diesmal macht sie noch etwas anderes: Sie singt und spielt dabei Gitarre. Und zwar ihren ganz eigenen Song “Optimist”, der davon handelt, sich einfach mal am Leben zu erfreuen und glücklich zu sein. Und wo könnte man das besser sein als im wunderschönen Vancouver, wo ihr erstes Musikvideo gedreht wurde? Bearbeitet hat sie das ganze übrigens selbst.

Schaut doch einfach mal rein, sie freut sich über Feedback und Kritik. Auf ihrem Kanal findet ihr noch mehr eigene Songs und Coversongs.

Musikvideo: Nina Beier – “Optimist”

Reel 2 Real – International Film Festival for Youth 2014

This year’s Reel 2 Real International Film Festival for Youth is just around the corner: April 4 – April 11, 2014!

Among the many films that will be screened are also two productions by Swiss directors:

Horizon Beautiful (Switzerland, Ethiopia/88 min.), directed by Stefan Jaeger

The 12-year-old boy Admassu, living on the streets of Addis Abeba, dreams of a carrier as a professional soccer player. When the Swiss soccer magnate Franz comes to Addis Abeba in order to promote soccer, Admassu sees his chance. He tries to impress Franz with his soccer skills, so that he would take him to Europe. But since Franz keeps ignoring him, Admassu elaborates a plan to kidnap Franz. The film is shot entirely on location in Ethiopia. The languages of the film are English, Swiss and Amharic with English Subtitles. It’s a British Columbia Premiere!

Screens:
Saturday, April 5, 2014 – 13:00
Wednesday, April 9, 2014 – 10:00
Location:
Vancity Theatre
1181 Seymour Street, Vancouver

Teaser:

Shana: The Wolf’s Music (Switzerland, Canada/95 min), directed by Nino Jacusso

In the Lower Nicola Indian Reserve near Merrit, BC, lives the talented musician Shana together with her father. Since her mother died, the 12-year-old girl, hardly ever plays her violin, does not go to school. When her new teacher recognizes her talent, he registers her for Vancouver music school. This will change Shana’s life. Shortly before the day of her entrance exam, her father decides to sell the violin that her mother used to play. Shana starts an adventurous search in order to get the violin back. While she is walking deeper and deeper in to the forests, Shana experiences the spirits of her ancestors. All actors of the film are members of the Scw’exmx nation. It is a Canadian premiere!

Screens:
Sunday, April 6, 2014 – 13:00
Tuesday, April 8, 2014 – 12:00
Location:
Vancity Theatre
1181 Seymour Street, Vancouver

Teaser:

Watch our latest episode: Uwe Boll’s “Rampage 2″

Welcome to a new episode of AhornTV and to the film set of Uwe Boll’s “Rampage 2″. Today, there is going to be a lot of action, gunshots and stunts in our show!

We spent one day with the German film producer Uwe Boll on the film set of his new movie “Rampage 2″. This time, the gunman takes a whole TV station as hostage – including the crew of AhornTV! Yes, we are right in the middle of it (in the background)!

The  first “Rampage” movie has already been a big success. It got a very positive reception, a huge fan community and the best reviews that any of Uwe Boll’s movies ever received. In Germany, there are now numerous people waiting for the next “Rampage”.

“Rampage 2″ has the same casting as the first “Rampage”, Brandon Fletcher again playing the gunman. And – as the first “Rampage”  – “Rampage 2″ is a movie which is without any moral concepts touching on sensitive issues.

Have fun!

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