The newly founded band We Are Rinah - who was named Sidewalk before - asked us to produce a music video for their song “Say Say Say“. The music video was shot at the Galeriehaus Stuttgart which is an art gallery. The combination of art and music worked out terrifically. We thank Galerie Schacher for their cooperation and for providing the location for us. And of course the artists who's art can be seen in the music video.
Heisskalt has its first very own headliner tour at the moment. As part of their crew, Lucas Meyer of Filmfabrik Schwaben came along as a sound mixer and technical adviser. His challenge: every day another city, another location, different stereo equimpent and a different mixing desk. Lucas captured his expieriences of being on the road on camera.
First stop was Frankfurt on March 7. A lot of shows followed all over Germany and Austria.
It's getting colourful! We made an advertising spot for our friends of the JugendPresse Baden-Württemberg. The spot was shot at a studio in Stuttgart!
With around 40 extras, a second camera team and a cinematographer sent from SWR, the band Heisskalt and Filmfabrik Schwaben went out to shoot a music video for their new song „Hallo“. Stuttgart city at night seemed to be the perfect location for this fun and exciting music video. Nearly 300.000 views on YouTube prove that the shooting was a success.
In the music video to their song “Dezemberluft“ Heisskalt is making their way through the bitterly cold but beautiful winter wonderland.
We chose Lake Formarin in Austria and the rooftop of the Chimperator office in Stuttgart as the perfect setting for the video that we shot from November 24 until November 26 in 2012.
It was cold, snowy, exhausting and terrific.
The Porsche Carrera RS 2.7 celebrated its 40th anniversary and Filmfabrik Schwaben was asked to film during the festivities from September 13 until September 16.
Porsche owner from all over the world came to proudly present their Porsche Carrera RS 2.7 and for four days it was all about the RS. We documented the presentation of the cars in front of the Porsche museum and the palace in Ludwigsburg. We also filmed the cruise with rally legend Walter Röhrl to the museum of cars in Langenburg. On Saturday the owners were able to show how fast their cars were and how good they were to handle their cars when driving on the test site Boxberg.
“Follow The Road“, written by Hagen, is the soundtrack to our short film “Karussell“. More than a year after producing it, we had the perfect idea for visualizing it. We thought that the time has come for making that music video. We wrote the script and found the perfect location right away. The weather however didn't play along. Believe it or not: Sunny 30 degrees are not always ideal. On September 1 the conditions were great and we were able to shoot. We're proud of the outcome and “Follow The Road“ has its music video at last.
This is for all the people who love travelling or are just tired of this long cold winter!
The other day Josua sorted out his hard disks and stumbled over the file Peru 2010. In there were photos and videos of his trip through in Peru.
Together with his little sister Anne, he had been travelling through Peru for a month three years ago. Filmfabrik Schwaben's Canon 7D with a simple Kit zoom lense was his constant companion.
In connection with the “Zukunftskonzept Korntal-Münchingen 2025“ we produced an image film for our hometown Korntal-Münchingen.
The film with a duration of four minutes was presented at an information meeting for the citizens of Korntal-Münchingen on July 17. The audience loved it.
Thank you, Korntal-Münchingen!
6 o'clock in the morning. Ready to go on the Autobahn to the Southside Festival with a trunk full of technical equipment and 8 cameras. After a two-hour-drive we arrived at the festival site and had to check in backstage. It took a while to get our passes including one for the car but then we were able to get all of our equipment directly to the stage. Right on time at 12:30 pm the doors opened and the fans were rushing in. The Band Heisskalt came on stage and the atmosphere was amazing. It was definitaly a show to remember.
“Karussell“ is the biggest project we have done so far. The idea was developed in winter 2010/11.Our main actor was once again Kai Schrauth. The merry-go-round in Killesberg, the Hotel Maritim in Stuttgart and the Central & Union Cinema in Ludwigsburg were great settings for our short film.
The „Central & Union Kino“ cinema were very supportive and even gave us their biggest hall to have our premiere with over 200 guests.
Many thanks to all those who helped produce this film and supported us on our project.