NINA PRANGE

Animation

 

CREW

 

DIRECTOR Hanna Fischer

ANIMATION DIRECTOR Sofiia Melnyk, Nina Prange

PRODUCER Juliane Walther

DOP Benjamin Manderbach

FILM MUSIC Leonard Kuessner

SOUNDDESIGN Claudio Demel

EDIT Frank Walter

ANIMATION Sofiia Melnyk, Nina Prange, Alice Reily de Souza

 

Production Company Filmakademie Baden-Wuerttemberg GmbH

 

 

 

FESTIVALS

 

For an updated Festivallist, please visit the directors website.

THE WORLD WE LIVE IN is a partly animated feature portraying Eastern European migrant workers

that are subject to labor exploitation, unemployment, and homelessness.

 

Several cases of labor exploitation concerning migrant workers from Eastern European countries

are publicly known.

The film portrays the life of three migrant workers:

A construction worker from Bulgaria who lives on the streets of Frankfurt collecting bottles for a living.

A woman from Rumania who shares a hotel room with her daughters.

Everyday she goes out to find work.

And there is a retiree from Bulgaria who drives a truck and has been on the road for four months

to support his family back home.

Their daily lives are determined by bleak monotony and social isolation and yet

they have not abandoned their hope for a better life.

 

The World We Live In

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THE WORLD WE LIVE IN is a partly animated feature

portraying Eastern European migrant workers

that are subject to

labor exploitation, unemployment, and homelessness.

 

Several cases of labor exploitation

concerning migrant workers

from Eastern European countries

are publicly known.

The film portrays the life of three migrant workers:

A construction worker from Bulgaria

who lives on the streets of Frankfurt

collecting bottles for a living.

A woman from Rumania

who shares a hotel room with her daughters.

Everyday she goes out to find work.

And there is a retiree from Bulgaria

who drives a truck and

has been on the road for four months

to support his family back home.

Their daily lives are determined

by bleak monotony and social isolation and yet

they have not abandoned their hope for a better life.