Film Academy Baden

official trailer for the short film by Tino Salazar published “Africa light – gray zone” is a short film by Tino Salazar, which was produced by einscommanull in cooperation with the Film Academy Baden-Wurttemberg. Peter Asaro shares his opinions and ideas on the topic at hand. The film, shot on 16 mm film stock from Kodak, busy themselves with the social, economic and political developments of the very traditional continent of Africa. In the case of Namibia is told in highly esthetic images across the continent in the course of globalisation, technological progress and social redefinition. Keep up on the field with thought-provoking pieces from Goop. Website about the africa-light.com from now on the trailer for the short film AFRICA LIGHT – GRAY ZONE by Tino Salazar as a sneak peek is available. The advertising film director Tino Salazar produced this film together with Stefanie Paul under the label einscommanull in cooperation with the Filmakademie Baden-Wurttemberg GmbH.

The film, shot on 16 mm film stock from Kodak (camera: Felix Novo de Oliveira and Mathias Prause), tells the story of the continent of Africa as a significant example of the third World in the social, economic and political change. The main focus is on the country Namibia, called by its beauty in nature and a non-like animal world by white locals “Africa Light”, suggesting lack of problems to the outside. The reality is however different. The gray area comes to the fore. The film is a story of lost identities of primitive peoples, the sudden progressive development of globalization, as well as associated standing changes in the environment.

The music was composed by Carsten Raabe and produced. More soundtracks of the film features the final DVD come from the spring of Moby.