Date:October 13, 2015

Mobile phone film workshop with TILL PASSOW

Mobile phone film workshop on “Micro Moves: Human – Urban / Surviving Strategies in a Mega-City” at the Annemarie-Schimmel-Haus                                                                     

We have organised a mobile phone film workshop on ‘Micro Moves: Human – Urban / Surviving Strategies in a Mega-City’ with renowned German filmmaker Till Passow (Berlin) from Monday September 28, 2015 to Sunday, October 11, 2015.

The aim of this film workshop is to produce high quality short films, using mobile phone cameras. The films must reflect the difficulties of urban survival and may reveal strategies of how to get along with these difficulties. They can be fictional, documentary or experimental, as long as they impress by their pithy narration and reflect the overall theme of the workshop.

The workshop was conducted in four phases and the results was screened at the hall of Annemarie-Schimmel-Haus on Monday, October 12, 2015 at 5 pm. (open for public)

Following universities has participated in this workshop.

  • NCA (National College of Art)
  • NU (Beaconhouse University)
  • School of Creative Arts (SoCA) – University of Lahore

About Till Passow: Till Passow is a renowned German filmmaker, born in 1968 in Munich. He studied at the Rudolf Steiner School in Munich and graduated from the Konrad Wolf Film and Television School in Potsdam. His short documentary films ‘Mast Qalandar’ shot in Sehwan Sharif, Pakistan and ‘Howrah Howrah’ shot Kolkata in India have won numerous prestigious awards and honours. His recent work ‘Mor Sahib – The Crocodile Saint’ was shot in Manghopir, Pakistan.

Following are some of the films directed by Mr. Till Passow;

  • Mor Sahib, Das Heilige Krokodil (2012) – Documentary short
  • The Damned (2010) – Documentary short
  • The Ecstatic (2005) – Documentary short
  • Lary “Wild man” (2002) – TV short documentary
  • Howrah Howrah (2001) – Documentary short