lisa bierwirth is a friend and le prince is her debut feature film. the film marks the second in our on-going collaboration with komplizen film in berlin. the film is a particularly realistic sketch of a relationship between a man and a woman from different worlds in frankfurt. we presented a series of ideas with which to tackle the complexity of emotional drama in the film, and lisa selected the idea you see here. caspar painted the poster during his travels between england and germany this summer.
our friend and long-standing collaborator, tim sutton is back with his latest feature film. it's a western called "the last son." it was shot during the pandemic in montana. it's a film about an outlaw with a curse on his head. the curse dictates that one of his own children will one day kill him. he consequently proceeds to try and kill all his children, right down to the last son. this poster is our attempt to talk about, amongst other things, how you cannot kill can idea.
poster for the feature documentary, the great void.
our friend and long-standing collaborator zsuzsanna kiraly put us in touch with maxi haslberger at amerika film. maxi and director sebastian mez were looking for a poster for their film, the great void. the film depicts a world subtly emptied of human beings and their vehicles only to reveal the bleak landscapes they've left behind. the poster you see here is how we chose to interpret this cinematic idea in print.