Max Richert - 16'40"
Two students from different countries meet on the last night of their school trips to Italy. Sharing dislike for their respective farewell parties, initial distance and reservations between them quickly turn into bonding and rapport.
Director not to present this film for Public, the Jury can award the film through private screening.
Max Richert was born 1990 in Munich, Germany, where he graduated from High School in 2010. After several years of internships, workshops and jobs in the film industry (among others with Werner Herzog, Tivoli and Nanukfilm) He founded his company “R&R Filmproduktion” in 2014 with the aim of producing narrative shorts and features. So far, Max Richert has written, directed and produced two films: In 2015 his micro-budget feature “What You Want Is Gone Forever”, and in 2016 his first short “Walking Home”. Both projects were self-funded and are completely independent productions.