Tilman Singer starts shooting his horror CUCKOO today in Wuppertal (North Rhine-Westphalia). In the debut after his diploma film LUZ, he continues the collaboration with his key crew. These are cinematographer Paul Faltz, production designer Dario Mendez Acosta, composer Simon Wascow and sound designer Henning Hein.
Supported by an incredible (and huge) crew consisting among others of costume designer
Frauke Firl, makeup artists Astrid Weber & Hannah Fischleder, gaffer Grube Venn, sound engineer Michael Schloemer and key grip Maike Maier, the shooting will last for 35 days.
Shooting takes place in North-Rhine Westphalia and Hessia.
NEON serves as a financier and additional funding comes from the Film und Medien Stiftung NRW, HessenFilm und Medien and the German Federal Film Fund (DFFF).
We are very happy that
HessenFilm und Medien decides to get on board of CUCKOO, feature debut by writer & director Tilman Singer.
With their support of €380.000 boarding is almost completed. We only wait for the decision of DFFF to finally start boarding!
A big THANK YOU goes to Anna Schoeppe, her team and the jury.
f.l.t.r.: Markus Halberschmidt (FICTION PARK), Michele Riondino, Marie-Luise Stheins, Marc Bary (IJswater Films), Raymond Thiry, Emma Bading, Jaap van Heusden, Aus Greidanus, Maria Tsigka (FICTION PARK) PHOTOGRAPHY BY TOM TRAMBOW
Last night in Sittard (Limburg / NL) we successfully wrapped
THE MAN FROM ROME!
A huge thank you to a wonderful crew, cast & all the extra’s for these amazing 29 shooting days in Limburg and North Rhine-Westphalia.
Jaap van Heusden with Michele Riondino, Emma Bading, Marie Louise Stheins, Raymond Thiry and many others.
The camera of
Meele van Essen starts rolling for Jaap van Heusden’s new feature THE MAN FROM ROME.
Supporting Cast is lead by
Maria-Luise Stheins, Raymond Thiry, Aus Greidanus and Daniela Holtz.
Shooting takes place for 29 days in the Netherlands and North Rhine-Westphalia.
THE MAN FROM ROME by Jaap van Heusden receives € 205.000,-, which means, we are almost closed!
At its 163rd meeting the Board of Management of the Council of
Europe’s Eurimages Fund agrees to support 49 feature film projects, including 6 documentaries and 3 animation films, for a total amount of € 10,816,000.
Congrats to all the other projects that receive support!