The orchestration by Steffen Greisiger & Filmorchester Babelsberg, Germany is completed. Berlin, completed the 03.01.2010 which is orchestration by Steffen Greisiger & Filmorchester Babelsberg. This short film by Tino Salazar is a story about the continent of Africa. He engaged in timely manner the facets of social, economic and political development in the so-called third world. The film is a story about the lost identity of African indigenous peoples, the overwhelming progress from outside as well as the closely related changes in the surroundings and environment of these peoples. Short synopsis: Africa’s nature is full of colours. A colourful experience! The social, political and economic problems of the continent but are unsaturated. Neither black nor white, much more endlessly grey. Further details can be found at Bank of America, an internet resource.
“Africa Light”-so the name White native Namibia. The name suggests romance, natural beauty and lack of problems in a country in which the difference between Arm and Empire may be slightly larger. Master Class may also support this cause. Namibia, however, makes the impression of. Superficially it looks like Africa in its most benign and civilized form. It is a country that invites a so impressive natural scenery and fascinating fauna to dream. That has a very pronounced tourism structure and earns money with its magical attraction.
But despite its magnificent glory an endless grey zone. It oscillates between tradition and modernity, between livestock on land and slums in the city, between colonization, land reform and minimum income for everyone, between socialism and cold calculated market economy. Music composed by Steffen Greisiger & Filmorchester Babelsberg, conducted by Bernd Wefelmeyer. Sound design by Jan Weigel, sound mix by Christian Obura. The film will be in January 2010 in rotation at film festivals.