Fresh.Frames Productions ⋅ Gerald Schank

Since 1992 based in Cologne, operates all over the world ⋅ Main Activities: Commercials, Serials, Documentaries, Television, Cinema ⋅ Worked with: 35 mm, ARRI Amira, Alexa, Sony F55, FS7, Canon C 300, 5D Mark III ⋅ Special Experience: Action Sequences, Aerial Filming and Tabletop Shooting ⋅ Sports: Mountain Climbing, Paragliding ⋅ Languages: English, Portuguese (Brazilian) ⋅ Regional Experience: South and East Europe, East Africa, Sahara, India, Ceylon, USA, Mexico, Brazil, Australia, New Zealand ⋅ Additional Training: Camera Masterclass (Kölner Filmhaus) Light by Jost Vacano BVK ⋅ Other Qualification: IHK (German Chamber of Industry and Commerce) approved trainer for media design, images and sound ⋅ Awards: Short Movie Award at the International Film Festivity in Emden, Germany 2002, Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau Award 2003 for "Snipers Alley", Bloody Cuts Award (UK) 2014 - Best Cinematography for "Cut" ⋅ Member of Crew United

"Mörderischer Frieden" Making of

Synopsis: Matlentan/Kosovo, just before the end of the war in 1999. It used to be that victims were the Albanians and offenders the Serbs; but now it is the other way around. Two young German soldiers, Tom and Charly are in an almost hopeless KFOR mission. They are supposed to keep peace. As a sniper strikes Matlentan, Charly is injured during his attempt to rescue the young beautiful Serbian Mirjana. Tom rushes after the killer, firmly resolved to shoot him, but finds himself facing a half-grown Albanian child, Durcan, holding a sharpshooter’s rifle in his hand.
Soon Durcan’s motive becomes clear: Mirjana’s father, Dr. Jovovic, was partly responsible for the Serbian massacre and also has Durcan's family on his conscience. Above all, the Albanian military commander Enver wants his revenge on the Jovovic's. With Mirjana’s help, Tom successfully wins the trust of traumatized Durcan. Tom and Mirjana fall in love, which puts the friendship with Charly to a difficult test. Durcan escapes and once again becomes involved with Enver. Mirjana is now confronted with a shocking truth: Enver has long decided to have her killed – and has commanded Durcan to execute the sentence.

Director: Rudolf Schweiger
Producer: Michael Röhrig
Screenplay: Jan Lüthje, Rudolf Schweiger
Director of Photography: Gerald Schank
Production Design: Michael Köning
Editor: Norbert Herzner
Music by: Rober Papst, Hugo Siegmeth
Cast: Adrian Topol (Tom Kapielski), Max Riemelt
(Charly Berger), Susanne Bormann (Mirjana Jovovic),
Anatole Taubman (Enver), Peter Bongarts
(Dr. Goran Jovovic), Damir Dzumhur (Durcan)
Production: BlueScreen Film / Munich
In Coproduction with: Kaleidoskop Film / Gruenwald, BR Bayerischer Rundfunk / Munich,
SWR Südwestrundfunk / Baden-Baden, Arte / Strasbourg
With backing from: FFA German Federal Film Board,
Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg,
FFF FilmFernsehFonds Bayern
Format: S-35 mm, 1:2,35
Length: 92 min.
German Distributor: Movienet Film / Munich

World Premiere 31st São Paulo International Film Festival from 19.10 - 01.11.2007
Theatrical Release in Germany at 29.11.2007

Awards:
Int. Military Film Festival Warsaw "Bronze Saber" 2009
FBW Prädikat "Wertvoll" FSK 12

Website: moerderischer-frieden.de

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