Amoklove

Amoklove
Scene from "Amoklove" (photo © Filmakademie Baden-Wuerttemberg)

A magical moment between two people in the subway, but then it is all over and they will never see each other again – wrong! Fabian fights for his love and chases Marie through Stuttgart. That is Amoklove: a declaration of love during a cardiac recess.


Julia C. Kaiser was born in 1983 in Munich. After internships at Bavaria Film and Munich’s Kammerspiele Theater, she worked on various productions at the Munich University of Television & Film. Since 2006, she has been studying Screenwriting at the Baden-Wuerttemberg Film Academy in Ludwigsburg. She has written the screenplays to the shorts Die Trockenhaube (2007), Der letzte Rest (2008) and Vogel.tot. (2008) and directed the shorts Vigilia (2007) and Amoklove (2009).
Genre Love Story
Category Short
Year of Production 2009
Director Julia C. Kaiser
Screenplay Julia C. Kaiser
Cinematography Dominik Berg
Anna-Kristin Nekarda
Peter Gromer
Cast Thomas Fraenzel, Anne von Keller
Producer Anja Goll
Production Company Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg
Length 9 min
Format 35 mm, color
Original Version
 German
Subtitled Version English
Sound Technology Dolby SR
Festivals Sehsuechte Potsdam 2009, Cellu l'art Jena 2009, Emden 2009, Molodist Kiev 2009, Shnit Bern 2009, Camerimage Lodz 2009
Awards Best German Short Bern 2009

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