Impact Space

It’s like a blog. But outta space.
Impact Space shows regularly added interviews, commentaries or opinions from the next generation’s talented young filmmakers: The main topic is all about film and the development of this art form in general.

An interview with Emeara K.

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29. November 2019

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What is it like to live in a city with such a high population density as Mumbai? It is sometimes confusing, exhausting and euphoric to be in a city with bustling energy of so many people. Bombay is like a lover you want to hate but it is so charming that you cannot. No matter [...]

An interview with SuperBlimp

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12. November 2019

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If you could choose an era to live in, what would it be? We’re big Sci-fi and Asimov fans in general, so 100 years in the future, far into the unknown would be interesting to see how humans developed, could imagine them being very unlike us, which is fascinating. How does one come to become [...]

An interview with Juri Ferri

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22. October 2019

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You are Italian, you are studying at a film school in England and your film UB-13 is in German. You seem to like the linguistic challenge? Making a film in German without speaking the language was definitely a linguistic challenge, but it seemed to me like the best way to go for the film. It [...]

An interview with Tristan Scott-Behrends

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5. October 2019

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You've been living in Los Angeles for several years. What is it like to live between yoga, vegans, cage-free eggs and kale salad? I have lived in Los Angeles since 2006 and much like most cities it has changed dramatically in that time. I have a monthly membership to a yoga studio that I use [...]

An interview with Ignacio Rodó

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30. September 2019

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Why did you attribute yourself to filming? Why don't you have a normal job like bus driver or bank employee? I studied computing science engineering in university. While I was studying, I started making films as a hobby. The more I got into film, the more I loved it. And then there was no going [...]