Don't get too comfortable in that shiny golden light. She knows. She fuckin' knows.
BURNWHO for hire. Commercial work for fashion labels. You knit it, we shoot it.
Disclosure: Animals have been fingered multiple times in the process of making this multidimensional disaster look as realistic as possible. We're all so sorry for this. If there's anything we can do to make you feel better about the situation, please let us know.
Feature length infomercial about the glorious 1st Church of Hartzday, founded by non other than BURNWHO's very own director Dan Haag. Our camera team follows Meikel and Sassi on their violent, yet bone crushing journey to god.
Die Schreckliche Wirklichkeit des Lebens an meiner Seite - Trailer. Based on the book by Christoph Höhtker. Gudrun Ensslin never looked better. You are welcome.
"He just left one day. He left. I've never been the same since."
Raphi Liebkind observed by Dan Haag in a BURNWHO documentary about the bell of winning.
Based on the play "True West" by Sam Shepard. Starring Raphi Liebkind as Jake. Shot to death by Dan Haag. She smells like coconut or butterscotch. Glen Grant distortion.
Liebkind & Haag interviewing short film makers from around the world. It's like Between Two Ferns without Bradley Cooper's beard. - For the complete collection visit: Short-Talks.com
Official selection 99-FIRE-FILMS 2013
The piece that didn't screen for press and snuck into the festival with all the fanfare of a hobo taking a dump behind the 7/11. Wutbürgertum at its best.
The New Jersey carousel.
“Do you not see all these things? Assuredly, I say to you, not one stone shall be left here upon another, that shall not be thrown down.”
“Tell us, when will these things be? And what will be the sign of Your coming, and of the end of the age?”
“That day and hour no one knows, not even the angels of heaven, but My Father only.“
I see what is happening. I know. Say nothing. We don't have much time. I hope they don't succeed. Wake up and smell the coffee. They are just leading you down the primrose path. Ok.
Based on the short story "The Sea Change" by Ernest Hemingway.
Starring Elisabeth Johannisdottir as "Her" and Raphi Liebkind as "Him". Shot and directed by none other than Dan Haag. To the Loo.